This is our collection of WordPress travel blog themes. We hope you enjoy.
Get your motor running with Adventure, an amazing Organic Themes travel blog theme for WordPress. The Adventure theme is really well built, it’s packed with exciting features and it’s very simple to customize. You want to give the absolute best user experience, right? Then you should certainly consider Adventure. Perfectly responsive on all devices, Adventur allows for multiple languagesm thanks to the WPML plugin, which is free! I love the portfolio and slideshow template that’s included, it really shows your images well and for a travel blog, that’s really important. Adventure is also WooCommerce compatible, so you can create an amazing online shop to go along with your travel blogging. That makes for a real multipurpose site that can do a little bit of everything. There’s one click demo data import, Google fonts, custom color options, custom page templates and a whole bunch more incredible options that make Adventure a really wonderful theme for almost any sort of blog.
What kind of WordPress theme is best for a travel blog? Well, I think it’s one with an outstanding, mobile friendly, responsive design. A theme with fantastic use of images. One with clear search and navigation features. Most of all, a theme that’s easy to use for both front and back end users. All that is exactly what BloggingBox offers. Tons of custom shortcodes, custom options, widgets and a blisteringly fast load speed makes this an ideal blogging template for travel blogs, travel tips and guidebooks. SEO is primed to go wild, since this theme loads so rapidly. There are multiple, attractive layouts to choose from. Three new and exciting post layouts, custom carousel for dynamic presentation of images and a lot more.
For travel bloggers, The trip could be a very good theme to build your website. Your Journeys may take you to the far corners of the world, but The Trip can always be home for all of your content. The Trip is a great looking theme, laid out in a professional way with an incredible array of functions and tools to make it unique and fun. Your images and posts will be displayed in a responsive setting, great for those who want to take your content on the go. Both personal travel blogs and travel or tour organizers will appreciate this theme, since it’s so professional and well designed. There are beautiful sliders that make your images really jump off the page, The Trip is great for all kinds of travelers, no matter where your destination is.
This is Adrenaline, a theme that was specifically built for adventure sports and travel blogging. The style of Adrenaline is modern, crisp and fun. WooCommerce is fully supported, so you can build a wonderful page for your online store quickly and efficiently. I think the clean, clear layout and style of Adrenaline makes it a great candidate for selling just about any type of product. Since so many travel blogs monetize their work with selling products, either physical or digital, an eCommerce store is always a great idea. Adrenaline is fully responsive to look amazing on all devices, it’s SEO friendly and optimized for speed. The theme sets up very quickly, there’s demo content available and the live customizer makes it very easy to fine tune your site. I think you’re really going to love this theme for your travel blog.
Go Explore is a big, bold and powerful travel theme for WordPress, helping make it easy to highlight destinations around the world. You can create a travel agency, a destination website, guide book, personal travel blog or anything related to the travel and tourism industry with the Go Explore theme. If you’d like to turn your site into a community with many contributors, that’s one way you could go. Or, create all the content yourself if you choose to. With the custom tools included with Go Explore, it’s simple. One tool that helps make this one of the very best travel themes is the Travel Destinations plugin, which gives you a great way to sort and categorize travel destinations. Though it doesn’t have to be a specific part of the world. Let me give an example, if you’re building a site for a theme park, each area of the park would be the general destination while each ride or attraction could be a child destination. It’s a great way to organize a site like this. I think this is the perfect full featured travel guide.
Travel blogging is big these days, people spend billions of dollars annually on vacations and world travel. And a lot of those travelers will do a lot of research on where they’re going long before they actually make the trip. If you’ve got some great advice to give to those travelers, from tips and tricks on how to stay safe in a foreign country, little known secret destinations that they should check out, how to save money on traveling and other helpful information, you can make a lot of money.
Whether it’s a single local destination or travel info from around the world, a great WordPress travel blog theme could be the ticket you need to create amazing content and share it to readers from around the world. I love the ability to create map lists from your data and posts, add a ratings chart, pull quotes and galleries and even the front end submission, allowing readers to share their own travel stories, images and reviews.
Flymag is a modern, attractive magazine WordPress theme with great looking responsive design, clean code, perfect browser compatibility with all the major browsers. For a travel blog, I think it’s perfect. Flymag is ultimately customizable, thanks to the built in theme options panel that allows you to create a custom look with fonts, colors and widgets that you choose.
Theme Isle has made Flymag for any sort of modern, contemporary magazine and it’s design is flexible enough to work for nearly any sort of niche you want to write about. Travel is just one, but I think it’s well suited. Flymag is well documented and well supported too. If you run into problems installing the theme, or customizing it to function perfectly for your needs, you can always get help through their fast and thorough support system. Flymag isn’t just a magazine theme, you can use it as a traditional blog, a portfolio or a flawless looking corporate site.
This is a theme called Blogue, a personal blog theme with stylish presentation that I think makes it a good fit for travel blogs. Any sort of lifestyle blog needs great typography, a clean and clear, well balanced layout and enough ability to show a wide range of posts, from video to text, image to galleries. Blogue does all that and more. You can really highlight your travels with featured images, slide bar, like icons, a lot of social media promotion choices and more. The layout is flexible with left or right sidebar options and there’s even a three column masonry layout, which can be visually appealing for some writers.