Women are taking the world by storm in the travel blogging world. No longer are we tied down to motherhood and stuck in the kitchen. Oh no, here the ladies of the world are exploring, adventuring and occasionally taking the kids and husband/wife with them. There’s no doubt about this. No longer are these lady travel bloggers purely Insta-stars, they are successful business women who choose to work within the travel content creation realm.
In celebration of International Women’s Day we are presenting you with ;
2019’s Most Amazing 19 Female Travel Bloggers You Need To Know.
This is the fourth year running that we’ve taken the time out to celebrate the travel ladies who rock our world. And will rock yours too. Yes there are a few repeats, and a few new ladies on the list.
How does one get on this list of awesome female travel bloggers?
Now you might be wondering how these female identifying ladies came to find themselves on this illustrious list. Well it’s an algorithm more complex than the latest Instagram update. More secretive then your Nana’s Snapchat account and generally a rather difficult task.
Each year we look at women who are all round fantastic influencers. These travel blogging ladies are great to connect with in real life and on those ever so important social medias. Think the Facebook, Twitter, Instagram kind realm. But most important the women listed here are generally nice lady travellers with a decent side serve of sass. Just the way I like it. You’ll find that the lady bloggers listed below are raw, honest and transparent in their writings and actions. Which in the travel blogging world can be rather rare to find. There’s no blogger gate happening here. Just amazing women, having amazing adventures and being well pretty fucken awesome.
Just to be clear – There is no way to buy yourself into this list. Every year I get swamped with emails from March to April with bitches literally begging to be on this list. Which is rather flattering for me, however, this isn’t a list in which we have asked people to nominate themselves. The first time these female bloggers will discover that they are on this list is when we flick them a lady crush email.
No, these are ladies that are amazing based purely on their own merits. This isn’t a “sexiest” list either. We’re not here to objectify these women based on their age or perceived sexuality.
So why an all-female list? Well, it isn’t exactly the easiest travelling as a female travel blogger and the month of March we celebrate International Women’s Day! Not to mention that there’s comfortable underwear considerations, safety concerns whether you’re in London, Melbourne or anywhere in between. And let’s not forget the sexual health considerations too. Who really wants to talk about traveling with their period?
Each of the women listed below is incredibly sexy word smith, as sassy as your cat when you try to take a selfie and is a kick ass travel blogger in her own right. Quite a few also run very helpful Facebook groups, giving back to the community for no monetary gain. Thank you to the ladies who run the Facebook groups and support one another. Love ya work!
Brittany K, The Sweet Wanderlust
Travel, desserts and the sweetest Southern Belle you’ll ever get to meet. This is a match made in sugar filled heaven. Brittany is uber cute in her writing and photos. The Sweet Wanderlust chronicles her journey as she searches for the world’s best desserts and greatest adventures. Warning Brittany does have a lot of #foodporn on her Instagram account. You’ve be warned. Don’t go reading this post if you’re hungry.
Sara McCleary, Belly Rumbles
A Sydney-based food and travel blog, Belly Rumbles has continued to grow and evolve into one of Sydney’s most consistent and well known single-voice food and travel blogs. Sara’s blog takes you on a culinary adventure. She’s also up for answering any I stuffed up this cake questions, so don’t be afraid to ask away.
Roxanne, The Tiny Taster
5 foot of delicious hilarity. Roxanne is the Tiny Taster and she really does live up to her name. Travelling around her home country of India and where ever the food trail takes her. She’s one of a kind and well worth watching the Insta stories of her culinary adventures. If you ever get the chance to travel with Roxanne, as she’s recently started offering guided tours, don’t think about the money just hand it over and go for the adventure.
Anje, Going Somewhere Slowly
Anje is a South African based blogger. Writing for her own website, Going Somwhere Slowly, and quite a few national and international publications Anje shows us how to tackle the road, enjoy eating in a poo themed cafe and generally how to enjoy life no matter what lemons are thrown at you. She’s really does show you the truly beautiful hospitality of the South African people.
Congrats to Anje for making this list for the fourth time.
Tomiko, Passports & Grub
Ok so you might realise that I love combining food and travel. Tomiko takes that love to the next level, with a great site that takes you to some odd yet interesting food destinations. Her writing is as full as life as what she is. Again this is another blog not to read if you are hungry.
*Note – a photo of Tomiko will be added when I’m back in the land of solid Wifi! Nepal really doesn’t have great wifi for working on articles like this.
Jayne, Girl Tweets World
Jayne has such a delightful subtle Brittishness about her blog. A recent departure from the coffee drinking Melbourne lifestyle and recently returned to the mother land to welcome baby Miles to her working team. Jayne is by far one of the friendliest ladies I’ve been fortunate enough to have met on Twitter and connected with at my very first TBEX. She’s openly candid about making her life work as a freelancer and provides brilliant guidance for those wishing to step away from the 9-5 corporate life and embrace the coffee infused freelance life style. Now you can also read about her hilarious adventures into motherhood and travel.
Ling is a little pocket rocket of hilarious and one of my regular besties to hassle on Instagram. Much like the other ladies she likes to eat and show you the wonders of travel through eating. Over the past year Ling has deep dived into her home town of Canberra and has almost convinced me that it’s worth visiting. Almost…
Vicki, Make Time To See The World
I don’t know anyone who’s kicked so many amazing goals as Vicki in the past year. This isn’t her first time appearing here and for good reason. Amazing content, helpful content and even better photography. If anyone wants to start a blog then this lady’s site should be the bar that you set yourself. Anything less and why bother?
Erin, Explore with Erin
You may be familiar with this face. After more then a year back in Melbourne, and with her family well and truly settled it’s great to see Erin continuing her travel & lifestyle blog journey. Proving to all mothers that it is possible to work, raise a family and still travel to epic places. Not to mention that sometimes it’s ok to leave the kids at home.
Gemma, Two Scots Abroad
As the name suggest Gemma is one half of Two Scots Abroad. You’ll find her website oozing with generous and useful advise and a very Scottish flair. But the big kudos to Gemma this time around isn’t her funny Scottish accent, or the voice mails she leaves me, but it’s the amazing SEO group that she, along with friend Laura, run. The free guides, the conferences that they teach at. Gemma has taken teacher life to a whole new level.
Toni, Enchanted Serendipity
Toni takes you on some of the most wonderful journeys to places where some of our favourite films and tv shows have been filmed. It’s a rather fun way to see the world in a totally different light. All the while holding down a full time teaching job and actually going to the film locations across the world during school holidays.
Bec, Wyld Family Travel
So not only is Bec a kick-ass female travel blogger herself, she’s currently raising two mini-me versions of herself. Bec is 1/4 of the family that is the Wyld family. The Wyld family are currently on their around the world adventure. I’m still waiting for them to send me a post card.
Kylee, These Foreign Roads
Kylee is hilarious and Canadian. Some days I think that’s one and the same thing. Kylee is a delight to travel with, has hilarious Instagram moments and is a chef by trade. So you know that when her and husband Mark have an Air Bnb going on, there;s going to be some delicious food happening.
Shandos has shown the world how easy it can be to travel with a dog. I love watching where Shandos and Schnitzel go and what they get up to. Schnitzel is such a little character and Shandos happily deals with all his moods, tantrums and recently a long term injury. I was lucky enough to get Schnitz kisses in Europe last year. The dog is adorable and perhaps Shandos owes some of her success to him? Kudos to Shandos for the great traveling with dogs Facebook group she runs.
Alesha is one part of the duo over at Nomadasaurus. She’s also the one most likely to be behind the lense. If you’ve seen her work, especially on Instagram, you’ll see why I have a lady crush on Alesha. Super nice, super talented and a whole lot of fun. If you do get the chance to join her own a photography tour, do yourself a favour and go.
Amanda has a very unique outlook on life. Taking each slap in the face with a piece of pie like it’s the norm. You’ll find her blog filled with unfiltered personal travel stories, along with a good dose of tips and advice to help you stay sane and out of hospitals while on the road. Cause staying out of hospital is kinda a good idea. Amanda is also brutally honest on her Instagram stories. Take a peek and see the other side of travelling.
Jean, Traveling Honeybird
Ok so I like me, and this is also a wee bit of a test to see how many of y’all make it this far down the list. You should know by now that I’m a sassy writer, who’s been behind the wheel of this website for nearly 6 years. Meaning I’m old and cranky in blogging years. If you’re not already why not go follow me on Instagram.
Victoria, Follow Me Away
Ok so I did need to include some amazing Instagram ladies on the list. BUT Victoria does amazing content on her blog, as well as runs a crazily engaged Facebook group which is helping a lot of people come to terms with Instagram and how to improve their photography skills. She’s actually a really nice lady, not the usual Insta-ho that people associate with long skirts, long hair and a great smile.
Penelope, The Fly Away Girl
Penelope is a highly caffeinated Brit with a sometimes excessive sense of wanderlust. She currently lives in Southampton, where she is a full time travel blogger and content creator. But seriously following her stories you wouldn’t know she gets around so much. I couldn’t not have another coffee loving lady on this list!
Woo hoo. Congratulations to everyone who made the list this year. Seriously I love you all and can’t wait to see what adventures you take on in 2019. Whilst I have a total lady crush on these ladies, this isn’t a fully comprehensive list. It can’t be. There are far too many of you, who I love working with, travelling with and reading your blogs. It’s just well I really like symmetry, so 2019 – 19 top female travel bloggers just kinda works for me. And yes I will whip up a dudes version of this list for y’all.
Do you feel as if I’ve left anyone off this list? Let me know in the comments below. Now don’t be a dick and try to nominate yourself. If you do nominate yourself then why not go hide your misery behind a pumpkin spice latte. It’s that basic.
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