Wandering Carol isn’t every traveller, but it might be you. If you’re interested in experiential travel, top destinations, adventure, culture, wellness and the occasional splurge, this travel magazine is designed for you.
WanderingCarol.com is an award-winning travel site that was created in 2009. An inspirational travel magazine, it was designed to highlight travel both in Canada and abroad. Specializing in unique destinations and experiences, we focus on luxury, culture, wellness and outdoor adventure, with in-depth research on history and an emphasis on ‘Place.’
The goal is to showcase the excitement of exploring our wonderful world, to entertain and provide travellers a level of insight that will help them travel deeper, better and more mindfully, whether it’s by digging into the scandalous history of a luxury hotel or into the sacred garden of a shaman in Peru.
Publisher, Writer and Editor-in-Chief:
Canadian travel writer and luxury travel expert Carol Perehudoff, is a former freelance travel columnist with the Toronto Star, and her work has been featured in numerous publications such as the Chicago Tribune, enRoute Magazine and the San Francisco Chronicle.
Her work has won many awards, including a 1st Prize in the 2018 Travel Media Association of Canada Awards and a Gold in the 2018 North American Travel Journalist Association Awards. She was voted a Top 10 Luxury Travel Blogger in the USA Today 10Best Readers’ Choice Awards, and is nomadic to the core.
With a degree in environmental science and an obscure interest in ‘the first principles of democracy,’ Mark Simpson is a vital force behind WanderingCarol.com, serving as editor, sounding board and advisor.
His passion for hockey is matched only by his love for history and he probably knows more about the American Constitution than most history students ever will (or would want to).
WanderingCarol.com is proud to have contributing writers who are experts in their field.
Read why the remarkable Douro Valley in Portugal is such a great place to visit in fall by Ann Kelly. Formerly from Vancouver, Canada, she now lives in the UK, advocates for a minimalist lifestyle and blogs with her husband at TheRoad-IsLife.com.
Check out this article on Antibes by Patricia Sands. Author of the fiction series Love in Provence, she is spends much of her time in the South of France.
Historical fiction writer Sally Christie contributed an insider’s knowledge about backstage access to Versailles, a fascinating glimpse into aristocratic France before the Revolution.
Hilary Leo, a Washington local, tells us how to spend one day in Washington. A freelance photo editor for the National Geographic Society, she is also a former fashion editor.