Perceptive Travel is an award-winning site comprising a monthly narrative webzine and a daily blog. We garnered a Silver medal from the North American Travel Journalists Association in 2012 for “Best Online Travel Journalism Site” and both the blog and the bloggers themselves have repeatedly been recognized in other awards. See that “People call us names!” list to the right for details.
To learn a little bit about our adventurous, frequently traveling readers, you can check out the Perceptive Travel media kit.
The five talented bloggers below put up a new post each weekday, going beyond surface-level list posts and tired destination round-ups. They seek out the offbeat and interesting places, people, and stories from dots on the map big and small. The editor is Tim Leffel, who occasionally pops by with a post, but mostly he runs the webzine and saves his rants for the Cheapest Destinations Blog.
This blog started in 2007 and has been steadily growing from there. While a few people have come and gone over the years, here’s who’s on board now. Follow the link to see their full profile. You can also find all of our Twitter handles here and contact info here.