225 episodes

Have you got the travel bug? Does the urge to get away never go away? Did you just get back from a big trip and are struggling with post-travel depression? Are your dreaming of your next travel destination?

Amanda & Ryan have been there. As twenty-something travel enthusiasts and world travellers, Amanda, Ryan, and incredible guests share their stories and adventures from around the world. After more than a year of travel together to more than 40 countries, they have had up's and down's lost themselves, found themselves, and a whole lot in between. You'll learn tips and tricks for your travels, awesome places to go, and how travel can allow you to lead a happier life.

The World Wanderers Podcast Amanda Kingsmith and Ryan Ferguson

    • Society & Culture
    • 3.9, 210 Ratings

Have you got the travel bug? Does the urge to get away never go away? Did you just get back from a big trip and are struggling with post-travel depression? Are your dreaming of your next travel destination?

Amanda & Ryan have been there. As twenty-something travel enthusiasts and world travellers, Amanda, Ryan, and incredible guests share their stories and adventures from around the world. After more than a year of travel together to more than 40 countries, they have had up's and down's lost themselves, found themselves, and a whole lot in between. You'll learn tips and tricks for your travels, awesome places to go, and how travel can allow you to lead a happier life.

Customer Reviews

3.9 out of 5
210 Ratings

210 Ratings

ShawnG! ,

Great travel pod

I only began listening to podcasts in 2018. This is one of the better travel podcasts that I subscribe to. I may not be in the same age group as the hosts, and I may never become a digital nomad, but I love hearing their stories, interviews, and suggestions.

Bunnie7986 ,

Disappointed

I was searching for a podcast about Taiwan so I could have my husband (white) listen and get a different perspective from mine and where I could also possibly learn as I didn’t grow up in my home country. I had to stop the podcast at about 19 minutes into it because I don’t feel like you guys are true travelers in search of an adventure - it feels more like you are doing to for the money and/or to say you did it. Your comment that Taipei/Taiwan should be power washed so that it can be more aesthetically pleasing might be true but that comment most likely rubbed a lot of people off the wrong way. You aren’t genuinely trying to be open and accepting of other cultures. A lot of countries are equally NOT aesthetically pleasing (have you seen downtown Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco - all of which are, if not more “dirty” than Taiwan will ever be). It also seems like you are not willing to try food from these different cultures where you would probably find yourself pleasantly surprised - even if the scents seem to be overpowering/pungent. True travel bloggers are open to trying experiences and food that they’ve never had.. even if it looks and smells intimidating. Your audience will respect you so much more if you give these things a chance and THEN say it’s not for you. I’ve only come across travel bloggers that inspire others to visit the countries they mention but yours seem to downright bash the country. I’m not saying these things because I love my country so much (I’m neutral) but you guys are not doing a good job as “world travelers” - it’s fine if you are doing this privately for just the two of you but if you are going to have a blog/podcast/social media, it is almost irresponsible/zero value to put out this kind of commentary. I’m glad my husband is open minded and loves Taiwanese food (amongst many other Asian dishes) - some of which are now his favorite things to eat. That is because he gave it a chance. Sorry to leave such a critical review but I hope people aren’t basing their travels off your podcast. I hope you guys have grown from your travels and are seeing the world from different lenses than the ones in 2017.

Fa Fa Flohigh ,

Cringe worthy

These two are so boring and vapid. Don’t bother. And omg, the vocal fry!

Top Podcasts In Society & Culture

Listeners Also Subscribed To