Joshua Berman is a freelance writer, K-12 Spanish teacher, television production fixer, travel expert, Returned Peace Corps Volunteer, trip leader, husband, and father. Joshua writes a monthly column in The Denver Post and is the author of six books. His travel articles have appeared in The New York Times, Yoga Journal, Delta SKY, Sunset, and National Geographic Traveler, among other publications.
Joshua has appeared multiple times on the Travel Channel, including as a tour guide for the host of “Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern” in Nicaragua.
His first narrative travel book, CROCODILE LOVE: Travel Tales from an Extended Honeymoon, was published in December, 2015. His next book, Moon Colorado Camping, will be released in Spring, 2016.
TEDxBoulder 2013 Talk on Purposeful Travel:
Travel, for many of us, has become a safe, sanitized, and predictable practice, when it should be more about spinning the globe, jumping off cliffs, and eating the worm. Travel writer Joshua Berman speaks about ways to make travel a more purposeful, transformative experience—like it was meant to be!
If you are an editor or producer, I have a story for you:
I can provide feature articles, destination/service pieces,or travel narratives, accompanied byimages from my stock of Central America and Colorado photos.
I am fluent in Spanish and specialize in tourism for all budgets, adventure travel, environmental issues, and volunteering abroad. I am available to give talks about my books and travels with stories, slides, and live music. Contact me to arrange an event at your bookstore, fundraiser, or home.
I can also talk to your students or group about volunteering abroad, and help prepare them for their upcoming trip. If you are producing a television show or film in Nicaragua or Belize, I can serve as a location scout and fixer.
E-mail me: firstname.lastname@example.org