Vacation From Your Desk

The top long-term travel blogs for every type of voyager

Illustrator: Tomi Um

For Go-Go-Go Urbanites: Graphic designer Adam Groffman excels at guides that cover expertly pulled espressos, secret graffiti spots, or lazy brunch locales in cities such as Berlin and Tel Aviv. (travelsofadam.com)

For the Cautiously Frugal: After living on the road for 15 years, Derek Brown answers questions like “Should you start traveling now?” with restless travelogues and in-depth saving plans. (wanderingearl.com)

For Committed Careerists: “Serial expat” Oneika Raymond is proof you don’t have to quit your job. She’s worked worldwide while writing about glitch fares, intercontinental getaways, and cool gear. (oneika-the-traveller.com)

For Family-First Types: Three years after leaving Australia, Josh and Erin Bender have visited 50-plus countries with their children, now ages 2 and 6. They know airline hacks and ways to spend months in Bali or the Pacific Northwest. (travelwithbender.com)

For Daredevilish Couples: Sea-kayaking in Antarctica, cage-diving with great white sharks, driving the Mongol Rally—no challenge scares Dave Bouskill and Deb Corbeil, who’ve conquered more than 100 countries in seven years. (theplanetd.com)

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