What-up Mother Pho'ers! We are Nick and Amy from What The Pho Travel Podcast. We travel around the globe making a travel podcast to entertain, inspire and teach you about the world. We do this by introducing you to interesting guests, playing ridiculous games, and getting involved with the local culture. Our podcast is produced by The Travel Podcast Agency, a podcast production company specialising in travel. Do you or your company want to start your own travel podcast, or need help running an existing one? We've got you covered: https://www.thetravelpodcastagency.com/ ====================================== Contact us… Instagram: @what_the_pho_travel (https://www.instagram.com/what_the_pho_travel/?hl=en) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @phopodcast (https://twitter.com/phopodcast)
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Join us in an underrated European destination, Poland! The home of Kazakh apparently, according to Borat!? more
Hey hey and welcome to Helsinki! Join us in the Nordic (not Scandinavian!) country of Finland where we spend most of our time either extremely hot or extremely cold, and we bloody loved it! more
Welcome to Austria! In October 2022 we had an epic adventure around this country as part of the national tourist board's 'Stories Untold' press trip. We started in the capital city Vienna and ended in the heart of the Alps. more
Hey guys! I just listen to my first episode of your podcast… The one on Ecuador and I just want to tell you how much I enjoyed it! You two have such a cute rapport, and I smiled and giggled so many times. Also, my kids and I are headed to Ecuador for a month in October and all of these tips were incredibly helpful, thank you so much for taking the time to put this out into the world☺️
The host weren’t bad, but their guest was just awful. She complained about literally everything, and most of the stuff she complained about was due to her own poor planning. It seems like she really didn’t do much other than the golden circle and Reykavik and then was baffled why it was underwhelming. She didn’t do any research before the trip and seemed dumbfounded at every turn. The Budapest pod was a bit better.
This podcast is not only super educational, it is fun too! more
Really funny & interesting travel podcast. Can start in season 1 & not feel dated at all! more
This couple does such a great job outlining both what they’ve enjoyed as well as didn’t particularly like about a place, something many travel podcasts and instagrammers are afraid to do. They provide language lessons, talk about the logistics/how to get from one place to the next on a budget, play funny, creative games, and bring on other travelers or locals to provide an additional perspective. I’ve traveled a ton and listed to many travel podcasts and this one seems to be very authentic. Nick... more
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What The Pho Travel Podcast launched 8 years ago and published 98 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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