Not everyone gets to travel for a living. Those of you who are passionate about traveling should seriously consider starting a travel blog. You will not only get to share your experiences on your blog but also help many others get more out of their trips to areas you have traveled to. These 7 WordPress themes work just fine for travel blogs:
Explorable: is a location-based theme that lets you pin you posts on a map. It works for travel sites, location-based listings, and more. The theme is powered by the ePanel.
Navigator: this theme is developed for travel blogs and location guides. It comes integrated with Google Maps and has “draggable” and collapsible windows.
Geo Places: use this theme to create city directories and guides. It has a responsive design and is ready to be monetized.
wpTraveller: this template is designed for WordPress travel and photo blogs. It comes integrated with Google Maps. You get 4 color variations, custom widgets, an advanced options panel, and more.
Travel: a responsive and full-screen template for travel sites. It is AJAXified and offers 4 post formats. You get 60+ options to play around with.
Traveller: a elegant theme for travel blogs and portals. It has a responsive design with built-in SEO options. You get a featured slideshow to showcase your best content. The theme can be customized using its backend theme control panel.
Midway: designed for travel businesses. You can manage and book tours with this template. It has 4 custom post types, 3 built-in widgets, and 2 sliders.
Which one of these themes are you impressed with the most?