There are a lot of amazing female travel blogs out there. But it’s rare to come by a ‘Girlboss’ travel blog that stands out.
What makes these bloggers unique?
For one, these travel bloggers need to captivate our attention and inspire us to explore the world. It’s an escape from our current lives in order to live vicariously through their lifestyles.
To round-up our top 14 list, we took into consideration the blog’s design, credibility, content quality, reputation, and experience. If you’ve caught the travel bug already, following one of these girlboss travel blogs is going to take you over the edge.
Let’s begin with…
Founder: Chiara Ferragni
On top of being a fashion goddess and running a $10MM fashion empire, Chiara is an avid travel blogger sharing her journey on The Blonde Salad. The travel blog is now an online lifestyle magazine, inspiring millions of female fans around the world.
Founder: Gloria Antamo
Gloria (one of Rype’s influencers) has traveled to over 45+ countries in 5 different continents, and is on a mission to help you do the same. Her humor, authenticity, and energy makes her stand out amongst the other travel blogs out there. The amazing photography skills she has (or the person she hires) is also not bad either!
Founder: Negin Mirasalehi
After winning some early success on Instagram, Negin took the plunge to start her own blog chronicling her travels. As she quotes in her interview, “When I passed my master degree, I didn’t want to find an average job at an office or something. I really wanted to chase my dreams and be able to live from my passion, which is fashion!”
Founder: Natalie Sisson
Natalie is an online entrepreneur helping you become a lifestyle entrepreneur, doing what you love. Since 2010, she’s been living out of her suitcase traveling the world and running her business. Take her free quiz on ‘What Type of Entrepreneur You Are.’
Founder: Kate McCulley
If you love hearing juicy (and often embarrassing) stories from your friend’s travels, you’ll love Kate’s. From hitting on Jon Stewart in NYC, being shipwrecked in Indonesia, and being an extra in an awful German movie, Kate’s done it all.
Founder: Sebrin Elms (a Rype influencer)
What started out as a personal blog in anticipation for Sebrin’s wedding, has now turned into a popular travel blog that documents her travel stories and journey. She has sections dedicated to solo travelers, female travelers, and some great travel tales!
Founder: Maria Stoyanova
Voted as one of the best 2016 travel blog by trivago, Maria has made her mark as the ‘Bulgarian’ female travel blogger. She also writes extensively about other countries in Europe, which are worth checking out.
Founder: Kristin Addis
Do you have that one outdoorsy friend that loves to go camping, scuba diving, skiing — and just about anything that revolves being outside? Meet Kristin, your virtual outdoor travel buddy.
Founder: Gala Gonzalez
This London based Fashion blogger is not just your typical blogger. She’s also a designer and DJ that’s constantly keeping you on your toes with her new stories and projects.
10. Gal Meets Glam
Founder: Julia Engel
Julia adds a little glam into your travel, fashion, and home life. What started as a side hobby in 2011 as a junior in college has now turned into a full-time gig for her, and it’s only picking up momentum.
Founder: Heather Armstrong
Heather has an incredibly story that chronicles her journey of starting Dooce. From being raised as a Mormon, and being fired from her job because of starting Dooce, it’s been no short of a challenge to get to where she is today. Perhaps you can relate.
12. Penelope Trunk
Founder: Penelope Trunk
Penelope is not only a girlboss blogger, but she’s also an entrepreneur. Having started four startups in her career (and currently running one called Quistic), she’s documented her journey through the ups and downs.
13. Hannah Gale
Founder: Hannah Gale
Like many of these girlboss travel bloggers, Hannah started her website to position herself as a freelance writer. When her blog posts went viral in 2014, it quickly became a destination helping women feel reassured they’re in the same boat. Our favorite is her ‘Dear Diary’ section.
Founder: Lauryn Evarts
Lauryn got her name out there because… well the name of her blog says it all. It’s raw, vulnerable, and realness caught the attention of many female readers who want advice on real things. From talking about her own flaws, business/career advice, and more, she represents authenticity to the core.
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