THE 11 MOST FABULOUS FEMALE TRAVEL BLOGS
MEET SOPHIE, FROM SOPHIE'S SUITCASE
MEET VICKI, FROM MAKE TIME TO SEE THE WORLD
“MakeTimeToSeeTheWorld began as a hobby in November 2015, created to document my past adventures whilst planning for the next; and all the while holding down my full-time job as a lawyer.
MEET CHLOE, FROM WANDERLUST CHLOE
“After many years working 24/7 jobs in the media industry, I found myself totally burnt out. I quit, much to the shock of my friends and family, and headed off on a life-changing trip to Central America. I travelled, learned, and relished the break.
MEET LIZZIE, FROM WONDER HERE WANDER THERE
“I started my blog Wonder Here Wander There because I was on a mission to document and share the stories of my travel adventures; recommending interesting places and unique experiences across the globe to my family, friends, and the wider world.
MEET DANNIELLE, FROM WHILE I'M YOUNG
“While I'm Young started as a retrospective travel diary when I returned from a backpacking trip, aged 21. I've since shared countless adventures – from climbing Mount Rinjani in Indonesia to moving to Dubai alone for 14 months. My Dubai expat diaries attracted a lot of new readers, probably because I was doing something a bit different from the norm!
MEET SAM, FROM YOKO MESHI
“I started travel blogging 4 years ago as a creative outlet from my full-time job (Vet Nurse). When I started, I had no idea it would turn into what it is now. At present I have over 18,000 social media followers and reach over 23,000 people each month on my blog, all of which are people like me: people who want to see the world around a 9-5.
I saw my blog grow substantially when I started frequently sharing my other life passion: wildlife conversation and animal volunteering. I started to really engage with fellow travellers who believe in ethical wildlife tourism and who want to see animals in the wild.
MEET CLAIRE & LAURA, THE TWINS THAT TRAVEL
“We began our travel blog in 2014 when, ironically, we were too anxious to travel. We saw our blog as an opportunity to 'fake it 'till you make it'; creating alter egos: Twins That Travel (i.e. the people we wanted to be). We quickly grew from 0 to 61.5k followers on Instagram and it was this community that changed our lives – encouraging and supporting us to see the world. What began as our therapy quickly became our full time jobs.
MEET VICTORIA, FROM POMMIE TRAVELS
“I got into travel blogging in 2008 and since then, the blogging landscape has changed massively. Back then, social networks like Instagram didn't exist. I built up the numbers from scratch. I have around 38,000 followers across my social networks but I mainly focus on blog traffic.
MEET BECKY, FROM GLOBAL GRASSHOPPER
“I come from a family of small business owners and I always felt restless working a routine 9-to-5 job. Owning a travel site seemed like the perfect solution as it combined my love for writing, photography, design and of course… travel!
MEET FLORA THE EXPLORER
MEET CHARLIE, FROM WHERE CHARLIE WANDERS
“Where Charlie Wanders started as a way to document my quest of visiting 30 countries before I turned 30. As I started to travel more and my list of destinations grew, so did my blog. As an all-round traveller, open to any style of trip, I share my stories from trips such as short city breaks, group tours and solo travel.
I have a full-time job in the events industry and have dedicated my spare time to growing my blog with consistent posting and engaging with others on social media. I have grown from nothing to over 10,000 followers across various platforms.
I am yet to monetise my blog; however, I have been lucky enough to have some amazing sponsored opportunities in countries such as Chile, Portugal and Iceland. I like to think I stand out from the crowd by sharing not just the highs but also the lows. I don’t pigeonhole myself into one type of travel. I hope to inspire people by showing them that it is still possible to travel despite constraints of time, money or even companionship. I am open to all types of travel and believe adventure can be found anywhere… even on your doorstep.”