If you love travelling and want to make a living while travelling to different places in and outside the country, you can definitely do it and be a star. Create a travel blog for yourself and keep recording your trips in words or/and videos to tell the world how wonderful those places are. In a way, you’ll be boosting someone’s courage to catch up on the same line as you will be.
Your blog can become an inspiration for the others. If you want to teach others what you know and tell your stories, you should have a blog.
If you’re just looking to start up with your travelling plans or with your blogging plans, I’ve listed out some amazing women out here who are travelling places and running a successful blog alongside. Let these women inspire you for your upcoming travel blog!
She is a decade old travel blogger. She has bagged a book on her name, called “The Mouse Charmers – Digital Pioneers of India”. She came out of her corporate job after more than 12 years and went on to explore the world. She also reviews books on another blog of her own called AnuReviews. Her blog IndiTales covers Indian and International tourist places with keeping in focus the art history, culture, heritage and nature. She also has a huge following on social media.
She has covered five continents and been to over 25 countries. And, she did start after completing 15 years on her day job when she realized that she should go and travel the world.
She has got herself published on names like National Geographic Traveller, India Today Travel Plus, Times Crest, Time Out Explorer, Deccan Herald and the list is too long to be mentioned here. She has been counted in so many top 10s and top 100s of India and the world that words will fall short of.
She travels solo and wants to inspire other women to do so and be independent. She won the best travel blogger award in the year 2013. Her travel blog The Shooting Star teaches you to travel like a local on the long term. She has written amazingly useful stuff for people who want to fulfil their dreams of travelling the world. Her experiences from when she quit her corporate job to become a complete nomad are worth reading and learning from.
She has been featured in a lot of big names like BBC Travel, National Geographic Traveller India, The Hindu, TOI, and a lot more. Do visit her blog for more details.
She calls herself a Travel Adventure Fashion VBlogger. She has travelled to 18 countries. On her blog Ankionthemove, she has told 380+ travel stories, 15+ sports that she has experienced herself, 100+ videos etc. She has her name on The Hindu, Fox Traveller, ELLE, Hindustan Times etc.
She writes travel blogs country-wise, adventure-wise and makes it very easy for a blog visitor to understand her journey.
She boasts of her 14 years of travel blogging, which includes 22 Indian states. 6 continents. 35 countries. Her travel blog Itchy Feet is an amazing place to visit. She has segregated her travel articles in interesting categories like India, Asia, Africa, Europe, Oceania, Eat stay shop, Travel tips, published.
Neelima loves to visit off-beat places, has written travel guides, won photography awards, quit her job as a programmer and now just travels with friends or solo.She has travelled across India and has covered 20 states and Union Territories. On her blog The Wandering Souls’s Wander Tales she tals about her adventures in India as a traveller and as a photographer.
Holds a PhD from IIT Kanpur, Mridula left her job to travel all around the world. Mridula Dwivedi started blogging in 2005 and her travel blog is a mix of her experiences, travel tips and stories. She has also been featured in BBC, The Guardian and National Geographic Skoda Yeti Video.
She is a travel blogger and a photographer. Her blog Voyager For Life gives a great sense of travel blogging and shows Renuka’s love for travel. The kind of knowledge she shares on her blogs will make anyone want to be a traveler like her.
She is a learned in this field of travel and she writes for people who are travelling in India or to India. Her blogs cater to the needs of every such person with all the things important while planning a trip. Other the travel, she writes about local culture, food and people. She has also written travel guides.
Travelled to 32 countries, all self-funded and self-organized after quitting her job. She travels while maintaining her budget well. She has experienced the mountains, oceans, adventure sports and disasters as well. She cooks her own meals, stays in shared rooms and manages to stay a vegetarian throughout.
On her blog Miss Walking Shoes, she shares her beautiful experiences and tips to travel.
Even you can explore your passion for travelling and become a full-time travel blogger! Here’s how you can create a travel blog and live a life of a wanderer.