The top travel blogs you must read

With stunning beaches, a rich culture, ancient heritage buildings and majestic temples, India will always be one of the world’s most enthralling destinations. It’s no surprise, then, that country has produced a complete coordinator of trailblazing travel writers who are dealing with the globe one post at a time.

There are many other sites that have come up with their own lists of the “top” travel blogs.Below are quick tips on travel blogging

However, each has their own subjective means of ranking sites, using from Alexa results, Twitter supporters, Facebook likes, projected traffic, inbound Yahoo links and even subjective design criteria.

We've scoured web positions and social marketing to compile the ultimate set of travel's most significant, useful and amusing blogs

1. Stuck in Customs

Referred to as a 'Daily Photo Experience', this blog showcases Trey Ratcliff's amazing travel photos. Of all interest to aspiring photography lovers will be the step-by-step guides to how he got them. His guide to HDR picture taking, is probably the best on the net.

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2. Fluent in three months

Irishman Benny Lewis pieces himself terms challenges and on the way shows how you too can learn another dialect cheaply and quickly.

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3. The Everywhereist

Geraldine DeRuiter journeys the world and eats. But she's not your average Travel Foodie Blogger, as posts like 7 Badass Bavarian Foods YOU NEED TO Try testify.

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4. Fox Nomad

Anil Polat's tech guide to travel is the go-to blog for up-to-the-minute advice on wireless internet on the road, international sim credit cards and just what chargers you should be taking together with you.

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5. Journeywoman

Heralded as the premier travel resource for women, Evelyn Hannon's blog tackles from packing to travelling safely and a lot of good food among.

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6. The Jibber

From the brains behind The Mongol Rally, this blog revels in the wackier side of travel, and gives a heads-up on upcoming events and adventures.

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7. The Aussie Nomad

Chris Richardson's blog has a distinctly Aussie undertake the entire world. But his breakdown on costs of Western cities is an invaluable travel tool for those on a budget.

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8. Freedonia Post

Not only your usual photos-and-stories-from-my-round-the-world-trip blog. This one's got quizzes! Plus anyone who minds his post Let Saigons be Saigons is alright by me.

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9. Unbrave girl

Another travel blog that takes an off-beat approach. Sally, aka Unbrave Girl, creates open letters (and the casual Dear John ones) to locations, fellow travellers and herself. Mad? Yes. Funny? Generally. Entertaining? Always.

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10. Canvas of Light

I wish to take photographs like Daniel Nahabedian. And after visiting his blog, Canvas of Light, you will too. Luckily, David isn't afraid to talk about a few of his secrets.

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11. Tim Leffel's Cheapest Destinations

Travel veteran, Tim Leffel, lets you know how to stretch your travel budget further with advice on destinations, travel offers and travel items.

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12. The Longest Way Home

Dave has been on the highway for seven . 5 years now. And on the way he has picked up a shed-load of tips and experience that he stocks openly and with sometimes alarming candour.

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13. Single Traveller

Janice Waugh is unashamedly a single traveller and sites exclusively about getting the most from visiting on your own. From destination tutorials to tips on finding classes as a solo traveller, you'll find all you need to visit on your lonesome.

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14. Time Travel Turtle

Michael Turtle quit his job in marketing in Australia to go to every UNESCO site in the world. Follow his goal and make a set of your own.

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15. Fine art of Backpacking

Were only available in 2008 by Michael Tieso, this celebration of the simplicity and authenticity of backpackers has evolved into a community of like-minded individuals sharing tips, advice and the philosophy.

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16. Global Grasshoppers

Advice and enthusiasm with hook off-beat outlook. The world's weirdest beaches is an outstanding exemplory case of their style.

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17. Get In the Hotspot

Travel stories and tips from an expat Brit surviving in Australia. Uplifting. Useful. Crazy.

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18. The Itinerant Writer's Club

Wanderlust regular Liz Cleere has generated a corner of the net where aspiring travel writers can hone their build. And you may too.