Since 2005 Amateur Traveler has been talking about a different destination every week. It covers destinations all of the world with an emphasis on culturally rich travel. Learn more about your world. Amateur Traveler won its creator Chris Christensen a Travel+Leisure award as the "best independent travel journalist".
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I took some time today to listen to your show!! amateur traveler travel podcast is a fantastic podcast with great info, advice, and perspectives. You won't regret listening to and learning from the podcast.
The host really ruins this podcast. Cool idea but it was hard to listen to
I often listen to Chris’ podcast while driving in the car. One week he’ll cover a place like Omaha, the next week, a place like Oman. Such diversity of locations. A comfort food of podcasts. Keep going Chris!
So informative and helpful. I discovered it because I am going on my first trip to Turkey. more
I enjoy 95% of these shows. The 5% account for those shows where a guest may not be an expert in the community or has a narrow focus (as an example; lots of info about food and drink, but not much info about what makes a place special and different). Chris: I enjoy your podcasts on my commute, so I do not take advantage of the enhanced podcasts. No need to invest the time if remainder of audience has same input.
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Amateur Traveler Travel Podcast launched 18 years ago and published 856 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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