A Community For Female Travel Writers
Who We Are
Female Travel Bloggers launched as a Facebook group in November 2015, because even though there were communities online for blogging, there really wasn’t one for women who write about travel.
We have been able to create a legitimate group because we screen all of our members to validate that they each run their own registered travel website. This is our utmost priority in creating a supportive network, but further, in connecting with brands in the most relevant way.
The Benefit Of Joining Female Travel Bloggers…
We offer our members opportunities to:
- Enhance their readership
- Develop their social media presence
- Network and make connections from around the world
- Promote their blogging related businesses
- Keep up with relevant trends in blogging and social media
- Provide opportunities to work with travel brands which we promote for sponsorships, FAM tours etc
If you are a Female Travel Blogger and have not requested to join us you can find us by clicking on the image below. If you are just starting your blogging journey, please note that you do need to have a website set up in order to join our community.
Travel Inspiration From Our Blog
Blogging Resources From Our Blog
Why Work With Us…
For brands, we can offer you a place to connect with our members – in a legitimate space so you can gain exposure for your products or services – as well as offering our members an opportunity to enhance their media kits and professional relationships.
Connect with us now about your opportunity via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We work with some awesome brands to give our community chances to apply for FAM trips, sponsorship opportunities and building their travel writing network. You can find all our current opportunities here.
Meet The Team
Jess is a cat loving, mountain climbing, cowgirl boot wearing travel blogger from Texas, USA.
She is a recent graduate from Colorado State University in Human Development and Family Studies. When not teaching the future of her country, Jess is usually on her laptop doing Pinterest Consultation for bloggers and small businesses, working on her blog, or sharing funny cat videos and memes.
Within the next 5-10 years, Jess hopes to be location independent so she can see as much of the world as possible. If you’re looking to talk cats, country music, mountains, wine, or Pinterest with, Jess is your gal.
Connect with Jess on her site Thrifty Traveler Tips
Susanna Kelly is an adrenaline junkie from Alaska, on a quest to explore the great outdoors.
However, she openly admits to being a total geek at heart. Her blog, the Wandering Chocobo, focuses on adventure travel and eco-tourism, while hitting pause for what she’s defining as hipster city travel. Her hipster city guides explore craft cocktail bars, boutique hotels, markets, local businesses and geek hideouts.
When she’s not creating content for her travel blog or freelance ventures, she likes to work on her fiction novel, LARPing and gaming, volunteering and getting to level 99 in life. She currently lives in Munich, Germany.
Connect with Susanna at her site Wandering Chocobo
Sophie is a biologist and science writer who blogs about commercial spaceflight, space tourism, and space destinations.
She travels the USA and the world to bring space to her readers as editor of Cosmic Chicago with ChicagoNow – a blog network with the Chicago Tribune Media Group.
Currently, she is working on a book and off chasing rockets!
Connect with Sophie on her site Cosmic Chicago
Website & Facebook Manager
Originally from the UK, Lottie has traveled extensively across 6 continents & lived in Australia, Canada & South Africa.
She ditched the bright lights of primary classrooms to embark on an adventure exploring South Africa in a caravan as a location independent freelancer. Her next adventure is taking her, temporarily, back to the UK where she will be living in a narrowboat and bobbing around on the waterways.
A self proclaimed princess who loves all things pink and sparkly; connect with Lottie at her site Princess In A Caravan