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As the year winds down and you start planning your travels, we wanted to bring you a female-oriented round-up of the best travel blogs to inspire you with wanderlust.
We reached out to the blogging community to find out exactly who has the top travel blog for women. Since a blog’s audience is the best judge, we’ve asked the bloggers to submit their Google Analytics numbers in order to have the best and most accurate list.
So what’s the top travel blog for women? Here’s the list according to Google. Click on the blog names below to visit each of their websites!
Top Women’s Travel Blog
Kiersten, a California native, left her career in corporate finance not too long ago to become a world traveler. She hopes to inspire you to live a life you love and settle for nothing less than extraordinary.
Clelia of Keep Calm and Travel is on a mission to convince you that you have the right to live your dreams, and to make you smile over her latest clumsy adventures!
Annette is an obsessed new experience collector. Her passion is for checking the world off her bucket list one adventure at a time, and she shares all of that and more at Bucket List Journey.
4. I Am Aileen
At 21, Aileen quit her corporate job in the Philippines to travel the world. Today, she wants to show people how it’s absolutely possible to create a life of travel, through detailed travel guides, resources, and tips!
Janice is an author, blogger, and speaker, and shares her solo travel tips, destination guides, and awesome travel stories on Solo Traveler, making it the source for those who travel alone.
Amanda is on a mission to inspire and show others that you don’t have to give up your job or “normal” life to travel!
Why wait to see the world!? Steph has traveled extensively around the world and hopes to inspire others to not put off their travel dreams!
GRRRL TRAVELER is a travel survival and solo travel site inspiring others to find their GRRR for travel. It’s about finding empowerment as a traveler by navigating cultural diversity while experiencing the bizarre, foreign, frightening, and oftentimes, funny.
Sab is a cheeky, fiesty, kickass nomad. This Berlin native captures her hilarious travel stories and tries to sprinkle in some practical advice at the same time on Just One Way Ticket.
To Europe and Beyond captures Marie-Eve’s adventures around the world. She shares insightful advice, compelling photography, and engaging narratives, focusing on epicurean and no-nonsense ways to travel the world through food, architecture, history, and culture.
11. The Travel Hack
Monica is the founder and editor of The Travel Hack, a British travel blog about weekend breaks and travel tips. She now has a small team of bloggers who travel the world in search of stylish adventures.
Be My Travel Muse is a resource for like-minded travelers who want an enriching cultural experience when they travel. Kristin is a serial solo traveler and wants to help others to live out their travel dreams!
13. Hippie in Heels
Rachel is an American who left a career in nursing to live on the beaches in Goa, India over 3 years ago. Her award-winning website gives advice on the 35 countries she’s been to and has become the go-to site on India travel.
14. Travel Break
Stephanie Be is a California girl and UCLA Alumni. She traded corporate America for a gap year and never stopped! 40 countries later…
15. Ever in Transit
Ever In Transit is a food and travel blog featuring travel stories and culinary adventures in California and around the world.
16. Blogger At Large
Blogger at Large is all about “inspiration made easy” as Megan Singleton creates content to inspire, inform, and provide helpful tips and advice that her readers love. She has been travel writing for magazines, newspapers, and websites all over the world for 17 years.
17. That Backpacker
Audrey has spent the past few years crisscrossing the globe with a notebook in one hand and a camera in the other. That Backpacker is where she shares her adventures with the hopes of inspiring you to travel.
Jenna is a California-based freelance writer and ESL instructor. This lifestyle and travel blog focuses on family travel and cultural experiences in Northern California.
Dani is a full-time traveler since 2010 when she escaped her cubicle and decided to travel the world. She has been on the road ever since and has no plans to stop any time soon!
20. Legal Nomads
Jodi loves soup and loves telling stories. Her aim is to share stories that encourage learning through food, and to build longform resources to help make that learning easier.
21. On The Luce
Lucy is a part-time traveller and full-time travel obsessive. On the Luce provides inspiration and advice to help make the most of your travel time and get a taste of luxury on a budget–in the UK, Europe, and beyond.
Aleah set out to see the world solo starting at age 11 and never stopped! She wants to help other solo travelers get out there and see the world.
Vicky and her quirky attitude are on a mission to “push out of your comfort zone” and travel to places you might not have thought of in a way that suits your budget.
24. Indiana Jo
In September 2010, Jo swapped her Blackberry for a backpack and set off on a one-year adventure. Nearly 4 years and over 50 countries later, Indiana Jo has become a resource to help you craft your own travel adventure to see the world on your terms and to your budget.
25. Ashley Abroad
Ashley wants to show others that it’s possible to travel when they’re young and cash-poor–in fact, she thinks it’s probably the best time!
Heart My Backpack began as a chronicle of Silvia’s backpacking adventures through over 70 countries, but for the past year and a half her blog has shifted focus to life after backpacking. She now balances her continued travels with building a home in her log cabin in the Norwegian mountains.
Global Gallivanting is a blog about travel, freedom, and living the life of your dreams founded by Anna Phipps, a writer, digital nomad, travel blogger and Indiaphile. Anna shares her tips and experiences of traveling and making money on the road.
Wonderful Wanderings is a travel blog chock full of useful and practical information and stories designed to help you see the world and plan your next trip!
The City Sidewalks is a lifestyle and travel blog written by the city-loving entrepreneur, Ana Dominguez. Her aim is to help you dream, create, and live a life you’ve always wanted.
Jessie on a Journey is dedicated not only to inspiring you to see the world and live your best life, but to take your trips beyond the guidebook for immersive cultural encounters, unexpected adventures, and transformative travel experiences.
Mrs. O Around the World is a leading luxury travel blog and Ana shows off how to travel the world in the finer way!
Jen’s backpacked Europe, fallen head over heels for New York, toured Asia, road tripped New Zealand, and driven the vast width of Australia, all to satisfy her need to discover new places. She shares her simple and stress-free travel planning tips on The Trusted Traveller.
Nora Dunn is The Professional Hobo, a woman who sold everything she owned (including a busy financial planning practice) in 2006 to embrace her dreams of full-time travel. She has been on the road ever since, traveling through and/or living in over 50 countries.
Becky believes travel is more meaningful when you’re immersed and engaged! If you’d rather be sightDOING than sightseeing, The Girl and Globe is the right place for you.
35. Mags on the Move
Mags On The Move was born in September of 2013, after years of guiding guests through exotic rivers and making jokes about plastic animals on the World Famous Jungle Cruise in Walt Disney World. Mags was inspired to share the same experiences and quirky jokes through her blog.
Anne is a full-time, award-winning, freelance travel writer based in San Francisco. Her blog, Part-Time Traveler, emphasizes the balance of and connection between travel and home.
37. Anna Everywhere
Anna Everywhere combines inspiration for adventure travels with elements of cultural, historical, and political narrative.
Love adventure? Bunch of Backpackers is run by Manouk, a 30-year-old medical doctor who still didn’t find a cure for her travel bug. On her blog, you’ll find stories on backpacking the Silk Road, camping between elephants and hippos, and riding the Trans-Mongolian Express.
39. The Sweetest Way
Leah is a former long-term traveler turned location-independent lifestyle advocate. After years of wandering without a clear path or purpose, she’s discovered the sweetest way of living; now she wants to help others do the same!
It’s the biggest travel blog about Eastern Europe, the Balkans, and ex-USSR. Solo female travels to off-the-path places you probably haven’t heard of!
41. Cheryl Howard
CherylHoward.com is an inspirational expat living and travel blog to encourage others to travel or move abroad.
Flora is a freelance writer, traveler, and avid volunteer with an obsession for hunting out the weirdnesses of the world; she shares that weirdness on Flora The Explorer.
43. Free Candie
Free Candie is a solo female travel blog focused on travel narrative with personal experiences and good humor, usually involving a cocktail or three. Candice is a freelance writer, blogger, and communications manager living between Canada and Berlin.
44. Bohemian Trails
Bohemian Trails is blog designed for the savvy and stylish traveler. It aims to feature must-see places around the world, paying special attention to the underground art, music, and fashion scenes that make each country unique.
Emily Luxton Travels is a personal travel blog focusing on solo female travel, adventure, and personal development through travel. Championing a deeper, slower travel style where possible, Emily tries to really get to know each new destination and encourages others to do the same.
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47. A Life of More
Hayley is obsessed with living the good life and she wants to show you how to live a fuller, happier life through travel and wellness.
48. Wanderlust Chloe
Chloe is a travel blogger with a passion for fun, food, style, adventure, and memorable moments…with a touch of luxury.
Carolyn is an Australian-born traveler, looking to inspire and help people planning to travel to Europe.
50. Ali’s Adventures
Ali’s Adventures encourages you to make up your own rules and live a non-traditional life. The site focuses on travel as well as life in Berlin, earning money online, and following your own path, even if it’s not what’s expected of you.
And if our top 50 travel blog list isn’t enough to keep you traveling all year, here are a few more to add to your reading list!
Through The Department of Wandering, Rachel’s aim is to be your go-to hub for discovering a destination beyond the guidebook.
52. Kelly Ella Maz
Kelly hopes to inspire her readers to travel and plan their dream vacation!
Megan is a girl who shouldn’t travel. Through Forks and Footprints she hopes to inspire those with Celiac disease or food allergies to travel the world by showcasing her blunders, misadventures, and delicious meals!
Melissa aims to inspire you to get out there and see the world, push your own limits and look good while doing it.
Hannah is a Canadian travel addict who has been dreaming of adventure since she first watched Indiana Jones. Traveling on and off since 2011, she’s on a mission to see the world.
56. My Yatra Diary
My Yatra Diary focuses principally on the blogger’s yatras (pilgrimage) and chronicles her travel experiences that cover an array of travel stories and tips, destination guides, and travel photos from destinations–primarily India but other locations as well.
57. Maria Abroad
Maria Abroad is a blog about living an international lifestyle. From traveling to new places near and far, trying exotic recipes from all over the world, to learning about other cultures.
A 50+ girl young at heart, Simon has been a solo and independent traveler for more than 20 years. In her blog, Wild About Travel, she tells stories of her journeys in words and photography. She is passionate about nature and charming towns and is always on the look for lesser known destinations.
Christina Leigh Morgan is a serial creative logging more than 30 flights a year since 2012. Mindfully based in San Francisco by way of Plantation, FL and New York City, she shares the best in local experiences and inspiration on her travel + lifestyle blog.
Zoë is The Quirky Traveller, who appeals to a niche audience of age 40+ travelers with an interest in culture, food, history, people and experiences with a twist.
61. Valerie & Valise
Valerie & Valise shares interesting travel perspectives touching on space, history, movies and film, and everything in between. Valerie enjoys sharing her passion of travel through her unique perspective.
62. Twirl the Globe
Lauren is a full-time marketing professional and part-time wanderer living in Toronto, Canada. She wants to inspire people to get out there and see the world (even with limited vacation days)!
Anna inspires people to travel by highlighting fashion capitals capitals around the world, street style, and movie locales.
64. Big Travel Nut
Marie is nuts about travel and aims to inspire her readers by giving them the means to travel solo, stray off the beaten path, and have unusual adventures, all without breaking the bank.
Baker believes that the best way to achieve personal growth and elevate your state is through exploration and celebration, and that’s what WakenMake is all about.
Tomiko believes that food brings people of different cultures and backgrounds together and on Passports and Grubs she will introduce you to great recipes, restaurants, boutique hotels, and traveling tips.
Danielle loves to cover her passions of outdoor adventure and so much more on Adventure Editorial.
Thank you to all the bloggers that participated! If you’d like to be considered for our annual top travel blog round-up, please send us a screenshot of your Google Analytics from November 1, 2016 – October 31, 2017. We’ll be updating this post with the contact email closer to submission time in October 2017, so bookmark this page in advance!
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