Consider Following These Top Solo Female Travel Bloggers
Solo travel is a journey of a lifetime; a way to learn about the world, yourself and exciting cultures, from a different perspective. If you can’t wait to fulfil your solo wanderlust, but you don’t know where to start, the world’s top female travel bloggers can help answer your questions, give you tips and ignite your sense of adventure.
Here’s a look at some of our favourites.
Hippie in Heels
Rachel Jones, aka the ‘Hippie in Heels’, is an American who left a career in nursing to live on the bohemian beaches of Goa. She’ll teach you how to globetrot the glamorous way, with luxury guides, packing tips, travel tricks and salon and spa stories from her own travel archives.
Jessie on a Journey
If you need a little push to jump into solo travel, Jessica Festa is your girl. Inspired by travelling beyond the guidebook, Jessie on a Journey is all about helping you face your fears and launch into life-changing experiences, just like she has. She’ll tell you about making friends while travelling solo, along with accounts of her adventures in a stella line-up of destinations, including Guatemala, Hawaii, India and South Africa.
The Blonde Abroad
Kiesten, from California, left her career in corporate finance to become a world traveller. The Blonde Abroad features travel, fashion and lifestyle tips, with a larger than life feel that’ll leave you aching to pack your bags and follow in her footsteps.
My Travel Affairs
Maryisa, or ‘The Luckiest Girl in the World’, is a Polish travel girl embarking on crazy adventures across the globe. She dedicates her time and energy to unconventional exploring, seeking amazing people, unique places and travel stories. Delve into her photography and settle in to discover her enchanting escapades on My Travel Affairs.
Anna Lysakowska is a permanent nomad, with solo female travel a firm focus of her blog, Anna Everywhere. The ‘smart luxury and adventure solo female traveller’ has studied, volunteered and worked in many countries and she’s brimming with tips to help you do it too.
Gray Cargill runs Solo Friendly, a site dedicated to destinations and activities that are solo-friendly. You’ll find guides on trip planning, solo dining, solo safety, travel for women and reviews, to give you a first-hand view of solo travel.
Torre DeRoche travels the world, searching for ways to step out of her comfort zone and learn about what it means to be alive. Fearful Adventurer is a blog about fear, love, art and adventure, with wonderful insights into the way travel can change your perceptions.
This Battered Suitcase
Brenna Holeman blogs about the where and the how of travel, as well as why we do it. The writer has travelled to nearly 90 countries and she believes adventure is everywhere, as long as you keep your eyes, mind and heart open. Get yourself a cup of tea and check out her wonderful narrative stories on This Battered Suitcase.
Christine Ka’aloa is a female solo travel blogger and YouTuber who left a life in New York as an actress and reality TV producer to teach English in Korea. A solo backpacking trip through Asia and a trip to India resulted in GRRRL TRAVELER, about imperfect travel tales and the beauty of solo travel.