Female Travel Blogs
Here is the Ultimate list of Female travel blogs. Discover new travel blogs, support the community, all bloggers are in our female travel community.
Please include the following; The website, social media links (up to 4 accounts), a name of your blog and what makes it special and a link to your She Roams Solo user profile. I will be in touch when your blog is listed.
So check out some of our fantastic community bloggers and their great blogs below. Also, if you are a member of She Roams Solo, feel free to click on the user profile and chat with the bloggers by sending them a message, you can join the community for FREE
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Slow travel Turkey guide with local knowledge and off the beaten path destinations. Unique all-in-1 map search for inspiration on places to go & places to stay.
My blog is The Boutique Adventurer. It is about having interesting travel adventures and finishing your evening in a lovely boutique hotel with a high thread count on your sheets! It is for over 35 solo luxury travellers. I found so many blogs for under 30s looking for money saving tips and quite a few at the very high end – nothing seemed to deliver interesting travel experiences and local boutique hotel experiences.
I have just set up a blog, telling the story of my journey since my marriage ended 5 years ago. It took me a while to have the courage to travel solo, but you will read how life experiences, the people we meet and the decisions we make, take us all along our own path to self-discovery. This was certainly the case for me …. and the vulnerable, emotionally fragile lady I was 5 years ago has evolved into a strong, independent woman who now jumps on a plane on her own at the first opportunity!
I help travelers stay current with news, tech tools, and activities on trips. Taking trips is a part of my life. I have an enormous appetite for exploring – I always have. I arrange and go with my travelers on boutique groups trips throughout USA and Europe. You can bet there will be good food, history stories and even lighthouse visits if we are near a coast – I love to connect to local people stories. Social media icons on my blog. And for the do it yourself peeps – I contribute to favorite charities when you reserve hotels – click on Travel Biz at the top of my blog. Let’s help each other – and follow everyone.
So far, I’ve been focusing on weekend getaway type destinations across the USA, and I’m going to try to slant towards the lesser known and the outdoorsy. Right now I’m working on a post about the surprising variety of ethnic cuisine available in Sioux Falls, SD!
focuses on getaways and short trips & tips! I’ve traveled to quite a few places already, a lot of it being Europe, and write about how to spend your time there, or travel tips + also blogging tips!
I’ve lived in 4 countries, soon to be 5!
I run http://thatanxioustraveller.com which I started after avoiding the terror attack in London last year by a couple of hours – although I have an absolute, life-long love of travel, suffering from anxiety had meant that I’d been putting off travelling out of fear that something could happen to me. Coming close to such a shocking event made me realise that travel and enjoyment of life is something that should never be delayed, and never taken for granted. I’m taking steps back into travel in honour of those who aren’t able to, and trying to push my boundaries further with each trip. So feel free to pop along, have a look at my wins and fails, and have a chat – everyone welcome! 🙂
Hi everyone! I run The Rainbow Route which is a blog that covers lesbian, gluten-free, and budget travel, but is really for anyone who loves travel. Sometimes I travel with my wife, and sometimes I travel solo.
A university student studying political science at a school in the southeastern US. I started my blog during my semester abroad in Paris, France, and I’ve been writing about my international travels ever since! I travel with my family and friends, so my travel tips cover everything from nights out with friends in Budapest to family trips to Disney. When I visit a new city, I love trying local foods and doing interesting activities that aren’t in the guidebooks.
I am an Equestrian Adventuress on a quest to see every country in the world (preferably on horseback!) I have worked internationally with horses in over 13 countries and have traveled to 50+ most of which solo. I specialize in solo travel advice for women and offer many online courses and resources for women whether your interested in solo travel, or travel with your mom, friends or partner! I offer some equestrian based tours to off-the-beaten-path destinations
The basic point of life is to form relationships through shared experiences. What connects and bonds people is being authentic and vulnerable. Travel exposes you and strips away all pretenses. There is nothing more real than being a stranger in a new place. Minds expand past well-worn patterns. I want to connect with you through these experiences.
I'm just a girl, solo traveling the world, with a serious case of Wanderlust. Lost in Wanderlust documents all of the places I have been lucky enough to visit and all of the places I still long to go. If you share my passion for travel then please take a peek!
Toques & Boots is an adventure travel blog. Its main purpose is to inspire people to see and experience the world, from its landscapes to its people and culture to the food. It's all about finding adventure everywhere you go whether it's in your own backyard (luckily our is the Rocky Mountains) or across the globe. We share travel tips, destination guides, photography and everything in between.
Skip to Malou is a Sustainable travel and Caribbean lifestyle blog, based in Barbados. I blog about responsible travel, Caribbean culture, mindful living, and everything in between.