A tribute to the diverse storytelling girls and nonbinary individuals who come about to travel the planet.
Jewels Rhode @ Travel Jewels
Jewels seeks out the stories of other culturally diverse individuals when she travels. Verify out her interview with a regional South African photographer and her guides to getting culturally respectful in Bali.
Trishita Bhattacharya @ Overrated Outcast
Indian inventive Trishita has an eye for aesthetics and a heart for adventure, it is no surprise she identified her calling in travel blogging.
Atikah Amalina @ The Tudung Traveller
Atikah is a young Muslim lady who devotes her travel weblog to empowering girls and shattering stereotypes about mental illness. Have a study of her Huffington Post featured piece “7 Lessons I’ve Learnt Traveling Solo As A Hijabi”.
For location guides…
Aileen Adalid @ I Am Aileen
Beginning from square a single? Aileen’s travel website has lots of inspiration and detailed itineraries for your upcoming odyssey.
For cultural insight…
Jakiya Brown @ The Traveling Fro
Jakiya gets down to the nitty gritty on The Traveling Fro. Verify out her posts on a international packing list and how to make buddies as a solo female traveller.
Cynthia Andrew @ Merely Cyn
Cameroonian-American blogger and lawyer Cyn travels NYC and beyond seeking like a damn dream. I can barely place a appear collectively out of my property wardrobe (let alone a suitcase!) so Merely Cyn is a continuous supply of “You’ve got this” when packing.
Trisha Velarmino @ P.S. I’m On My Way
Trisha frames her travels with her proud and distinct Filipino viewpoint, writing about travelling the planet when your parents ge do not want you to, reverse culture shock and why #YOLO is overrated. She also has an empowering “Dear Girls of the World” series which entails numerous travel bloggers debunking travel myths for female travellers via their personal experiences.um
Bani Amor @ Everywhere All The Time
Bani Amor is badASS. The queer Ecuadorian writer unpacks main travel challenges via sharp feminist argument and captivating narratives. Bani’s weblog is refreshing as it appears beyond the fairly photographs and endless location listicles. Their piece “The hyperlink among tourism and settler colonialism in Hawai’i” set me off on a wild writing spree, prompting me to discover my personal experiences as a culturally diverse lady abroad.
Victoria Alicia @ A Traveling Translator
Becoming a fellow hiker, I was rapidly drawn to Victoria’s function. But it is via her distinctive voice as a translator, an immigrant and a sufferer of chronic illness that she definitely opens up the conversation and permits readers to discover an completely various take on travel. Her piece “I’m a Latina who hikes” says a lot about the surprising social privilege of getting in a position to hike.
Jeny Rajkumari @ Jen Goes Locations
Indian-born Jeny provides a glimpse into travelling all through her multifaceted homeland. Her weblog also functions an in-depth wellness section that explores her appreciate of yoga.
For travel lists…
Sonal @ Drifter Planet
If you like visual, uncomplicated to comply with snapshot guides to cities, Sonal is your go-to.
Oneika Raymond @ Oneika The Traveller
Oneika’s weblog has all the components of a travel weblog, except with much more opinion pieces. Her posts weave immersive travel storytelling with social conscience and reality checks, coz let’s face it, having paid to travel the planet is bonkers and is not often completely relatable. Oneika’s post “Stop pretending everybody can travel” supplies a sharp take on travel privilege.
Welile Vilane @ Welile
Swazilander Welile knows the which means of life. Typical travels, spicy meals and coooold tequila. Ahead of you get into her detailed stories and colourful photography, make certain you do not have an empty stomach or any flight booking tabs open. Temptation awaits, earnest traveller.
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