Travel Experts Curate Weekly Summer Travel Email: How to Get It
Mia Quagliarello / July 10, 2017
How’s your summer going so far? Here at Flipboard, we are managing to get out and about camping, sailing and city hopping, but we also love to live vicariously through our platform. With topics like adventure travel, road trips and beaches, and publishers like Travel + Leisure, Grind TV and Lonely Planet, there’s no shortage of places to dream about and new experiences to be had.
Now you can get lovingly curated travel stories delivered to your email inbox each week. Every Friday throughout the summer, people who follow the travel topic on Flipboard, or who have created a travel Smart Magazine, will receive a digest with 10 articles curated by travel experts and bloggers around a special theme. So far, Tawanna Brown Smith of Mom’s Guide to Travel has showcased her passion for Central America and Cacinda Maloney of Points and Travel has taken us around the world (literally) in 10 stories. We’ve also done special collections around family travel, tech gear and gadgets, adventure travel, and U.S. road trips. All the stories are archived in our Summer Travel 2017 magazine.
So far, we’ve featured Charles McCool on beach life, Inhabitat‘s Kirstine Lofgren and hiking experts 33AndFree in our weekly mailer. You won’t want to miss it, so just follow the travel topic or create a travel Smart Magazine, and we’ll take care of the rest.
Happy trails to you!
travel: Summer Travel 2017
Got wanderlust? Let this be your guide to road trips, adventures and globe-trotting this summer.view the magazine
Charles McCool: Beach Travel
Favorite beaches around the world, scenic beaches to visit, beach fun, living the Salt Life. Find a new favorite beach today! Fins Up!view the magazine
Tawanna Browne Smith: Untapped Travel: Central America
Nicaragua and Guatemala are two Central American destinations that are fairly untapped by tourists.
We’re not calling ourselves Christopher Columbus – far from it – by saying we’ve discovered them as hot spots. Nor are we saying that no one else has traveled to these countries before.
These picks are the less-familiar paths, not overrun by tourists (yet). However, tourism is on an uptick.
The Jack Cousteau’s of travel, the ones who need no green light, movie placement nor fancy magazine spreads have already been here. The rest of us are just catching up.view the magazine
PointsandTravel ✈: Cultural Stories from Around the World
Come along with me I share with you cultural stories from around the world!view the magazine