Music to Inspire Your Wanderlust

I don’t know about you, but music is like water to my soul. I play it when I cook, when I clean, and when I’m breathing. We love listening to international music; it feeds our wanderlust and we get to daydream about far off places!

If you love music as much as we do, we’ve curated a list of music to inspire your wanderlust. So go daydream and plan your next adventure!

 

Buddha Tribe

This music is serene and calming, inspiring daydreams of clouds, tranquil ponds, and lotus flowers. If a meditation retreat is your idea of a vacation, you’ll want to subscribe to their YouTube page.

 

Strunz & Farah

We’ve mentioned these duo before here. If you want something a little more upbeat that you can dance to shamelessly, look no further.

 

Ulrich Schnauss

If you’re looking for something that’s way chill and will inspire daydreams about riding in some European metro, Schnauss is your dude. I’ve loved his music for years now and it never gets old.

 

Buena Vista Social Club

If Latin America is more your travel flavor, put these boys on to inspire plans of sipping mojitos, samba dancing, and enjoying a variety of cuisines.

Amália Rodrigues, Queen of Fado

We first had the opportunity to listen to Fado first-hand when we visited Portugal last spring. It’s traditionally listened to after-dinner and can be a bit melancholic. Perfect for planning your next escape.

 

Do you have a favorite that we missed? Let us know in the comments!

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