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As you sit, sipping a steaming latte, you scribble in your notebook about your world travels. If you have travel stories to tell, plenty of markets are more than willing to pay for your stories about destinations, tips and your experiences on the road.
Plenty of local and regional publications are actively looking for travel stories, sometimes for destinations right in your own backyard. Many envision travel writing as sharing tales of globetrotting and running with the bulls in Pamplona, exploring the ancient relics of Rome, or island hopping in the South Pacific.
Publications are often even more eager to snap up stories about the lake an hour away that makes an easy weekend getaway or the nearby metropolitan city that has a new art exhibit and great restaurant scene. Check out these 34 paying travel markets for just a few ideas where you can sell your travel writing.
Click on each title to access submission guidelines or editorial contacts. This site often looks for interviews with travelers and tips on saving money, packing and other topics, but be sure to check its guidelines to get an idea of just what BootsnAll is looking for at the time you want to contribute.
Calls for submissions are often very specific. Outpost Magazine Outpost Magazine looks for submissions about travel, adventure and culture. It is looking for longform travel stories, travel guides, and stunning photography.
Wanderlust This British travel magazine publishes destination features up to 2, words, along with shorter dispatches, special interest features and consumer articles. The publication is looking for pitches for One Great Block focusing on one block of one special neighborhoodnews items, local resident stories and food pieces.
The Wayward Post is an online publication for mid-range to upmarket socially conscious travelers.
Payment varies based on experience, feature length and writing samples. National Geographic Traveler This magazine looks for fresh content and stories that share the spirit of each destination. Each issue typically includes about five features, with about half on U.
It aims to cover places regular people can go, not just the wealthy. Stories range from words for a department to up to 2, words for a feature.Travel Stories: Tired of hearing pundits pontificating about Cuba, Chris Ryan wanted to see the island for himself -- before the coming of Best Western and American Express Birth of a Birder Travel Stories: Eva Holland never got too excited about birds.
So you say you want to be a travel writer? You want to wander the world, sending back tantalising tales of far-flung adventures to magazines, newspapers and websites. And get paid handsomely for it. You can find numerous websites on travel writing.
But finding the best websites can be a daunting and time consuming task. First, you want websites that will advance your knowledge of freelance travel . We kick off with the Best Travel Blogs and Websites Fathom's editors have combed the world and the World Wide Web in search of remarkable travelers and the sites they keep.
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We kick off with the Best Travel Blogs and Websites Fathom's editors have combed the world and the World Wide Web in search of .