Blogging From HomeHere is a list of freelancers that pay far more than the Huffington Post.

Travel Publishers

  1. AMC Outdoors pays up to $700 for feature articles. They “inspire readers to get outside and get involved by providing high-quality coverage of outdoor recreation, education, and conservation topics throughout the Northern Appalachian region, from Maine to Virginia.” To learn more, read their submission guidelines.
  2. Transitions Abroad is the magazine all about “travel, work, study, living, and volunteering abroad.” They want practical information gained from first-hand experience. They pay up to $150 an article. To learn more, read their submission guidelines.
  3. The Viator Travel Blog accepts pitches for feature length contributions. They want to share an “insider’s view of travel.” They focus on more traditional tourism. They have a helpful list of cities they would need articles about. They pay $100-$150 for feature. For shorter articles, they pay $40-$45. To learn more, read their submission guidelines.
  4. Big Grey Horse needs writers from Texas to write about “restaurants, hotels, events, music, bars, etc.” They pay $125-$200 per publication. To learn more, read their submission guidelines.
  5. MotorHome, the magazine for RV enthusiasts, covers all aspects of the RV lifestyle. They accept queries, and pay writers up to $900 an article. According to their guidelines ”
    The easiest way to sell your work toMotorHome is to query us on an interestingand tightly focused motorhome story.” Learn more here.
  6. Wanderlust is a British travel magazine. They accept pitches from freelance writers. They pay £220 per 1,000 published words for feature articles.  They accept submissions to their website as well as their print magazine. To learn more, read their submission guidelines.

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