4 Black Travel Podcasts You Need To Download ASAP
By Shontel Horne
Everything I know, I learned from a podcast. Well, not everything, but podcasts are my choice way to discover and explore new topics from people that know their industry the best. There are podcasts for everything you could ever want to learn (and podcasts for things you didn’t even know you were interested in), and travel is no different. If you’re looking to get some travel inspiration and are always searching for new podcasts to listen to during your daily work commute or gym workout, download these four podcasts, all produced by black creators, today.
On She Goes
A podcast created to help women of color feel more comfortable with traveling, the hosts of On She Goes talk about everything from what happens when the traveler becomes the tour guide to the challenges of exploring the great outdoors with natural hair.
Soul Society 101
A podcast that explores travel, pop culture and all things black, Soul Society 101 features interviews with entrepreneurs and travel experts and gives listeners tips for making the most of their time while traveling abroad.
RELATED: Top 25 Travel Tips Revealed
Afropop Worldwide isn’t about the art of travel, but the weekly radio series will school you on how African sounds have influenced music all over the world. After you learn about the hip-hop scene in Lebanon, discover how Nollywood soundtracks are made in Nigeria and explore the sounds of Afro-Venezuela, you’ll want to book a trip abroad just to explore an international music scene.
The Travel (Guy)des
Hosted by Just GQ and International P, this podcast aims to make travel accessible to everyday people and features interviews with travelers who all share stories about their recent trips while offering tips and hacks for making traveling just a little easier and more accessible.