Whether you want to travel more or are ready to exit corporate life and live as a traveling nomad, you can get inspired by these 16 female travel influencers providing all of the tips. These influencers predominantly travel alone and live to collect stamps in their tattered passports.
Go on an adventure with these female solo travel influencers
Pip And The City
Pip is a U.K.-based world traveler who shares all kinds of tips with those who have the travel itch. She runs several blogs, does a regular podcast, and writes for several media outlets. Her Instagram is full of fun adventures, like an underground mine tour in Wales, a trip to Machu Picchu, and a sunset at Pen and Fan.
With 128K Instagram followers and 59.3K TikTok followers, Ciara is one of the most popular travel creators online. She is a huge advocate of solo traveling and uses her platform to share her destinations and tips to stay safe while alone abroad. Her travel blog, Hey Ciara, also has posts on topics like budget travel and female travel.
Liz is the traveler behind the blog Young Adventuress, a site she started in 2010 when she moved to Spain to teach English and “procrastinate in life.” More than a decade later she has traveled to 60 countries and shares fascinating snaps of the Fiordlands in New Zealand and the rugged, lush cliffs in Ireland.
With a blog aptly named Adventurous Kate this adventure seeker quit her job in Boston 12 years ago to travel and has been doing it ever since. Even with 83 countries under her belt and vibrant pictures of Guanajuato and the snowy vistas of Mont Blanc on her Instagram, she has no plans of unpacking her bags.
A travel vlogger since 2010, Nadine has a passport with more than 55 stamps. She’s the mind behind the Hey Nadine website, which has a wildly popular YouTube channel with almost 500K subscribers. Her channel has rookie travel mistakes, the best toiletries to pack, and location-specific guides like this one from Ottawa.
A journalist turned travel blogger, Amanda helps you add more travel to your current lifestyle. She started her blogging journey back in 2010 and shares snaps of national travel like Death Valley National Park and the Finger Lakes Region in NY and international landscapes like the jagged peaks of Faroe Islands in Denmark.
Juno’s travels are chronicled on her blog, Runaway Juno. A native of Seoul, Juno says traveling reminds her that the world is a better place than what you see on the news. It’s easy to see the beauty of the world when you check out pictures of moose in Alaska, the ragged rocks in Zion National Park, or an adorable otter.
One of the minds behind the travel blog Globetrotter Girls, Jess left her job for a one-year trip. That was 12 years ago. She has traveled the world ever since and shares her trip pictures — like one from the Pyramid of Djoser in Egypt and an immersive Van Gogh exhibit in LA — on Instagram along with tips to make travel easier and more affordable.
A native of Albany, NY, Alex left her wintery home to explore and manage her ‘incurable case of wanderlust.” The result is a travel blog aptly named Alex in Wanderland. She offers travel tips and hosts retreats all while sharing updates with 80K followers on Instagram. Her most recent travels include trips to Saint Martin and Tulum, Mexico.
When you visit Vicki Flip Flop, an upbeat blog about traveling on your own, you’ll see Vicki’s journalism skills and her love of travel all at once. She recently welcomed a son, Reggie, who will no doubt get to enjoy some great trips. Vicki’s passport includes stamps from Canada, England, and South Korea.