This month’s featured blogs focus primarily on adventure travel, cultural experiences, must-visit bucket list destinations, budget backpacking through Asia and much more. Dozens upon dozens of countries from the UK on down through the tips of Indonesia are covered in the following blogs, as well as enough food and exciting travel ideas to keep you occupied for a while…or at least until the next round of the best new travel blogs is released 😉
As far as this edition, well these are my favorite female travel bloggers. That’s right, it’s a ladies-only edition of the Best New Travel Blogs. (I don’t know what the official ratio is but most of the submissions I receive are from female bloggers…)
Girl Vs Globe
From the moment I first read Sabina’s blog I was hooked. Why? The writing style is simply amazing! Sabina’s voice really shines through to the point where readers can almost hear her speaking aloud, telling her tale in real life to an audience of just one: you. She has been traveling for three years now but only started blogging back in January.
It’s a shame that soon Sabina will be pausing her travels for ten months to finish her political science degree. However given how far her blog has come already, not to mention a large backlog of pre-blogging adventures to write about, I have no doubt Sabina will keep up the great work here. In fact after reading so much of Sabina’s blog now I think I’ve developed a lil crush hahaha.
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For the love of wandering
After being tipped off as to Jasmine’s blog I browsed through it and read damn near every post. What did I find? An ambitious adventurer and a blog that shows lots of potential. In it you will find destination information and recommended itinerary ideas, travel tips, advice on how to work/volunteer abroad and of course the obligatory reviews. Jasmine has already covered Asia and Australia and now has her eyes set on Europe. All she needs now is more loyal readers 🙂
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One girl, her passion and a whole lot of traveling
From boarding down various geologic formations on various types of boards in random countries to biking down Death Road in Boliva, Miriam definitely believes in finding lots of adventures along her journey. Although she has only been blogging for a few months already her blog has awesome posts on Central and South America, Europe and Asia. Oh and don’t miss her What Mom Doesn’t Know series, very entertaining. 😀
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Inspiring Tales of Life and Travel
Presenting a travel blog by a Ukrainian girl living in France and getting lost in different parts of the world. From Europe to India and Southeast Asia, Elena is making her way around the globe one trip at a time. Although English is not her native language she blogs well in it, dropping an amusing phrase or combination of words accidentally every so often. (It’s okay, I’m not being harsh, I mean this in a good way and in fact she freely admits this may happen.) It also reflects very energetic, free and positive spirit, and has definitely become another blog I always enjoy reading.
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The Passport Lifestyle
Devoted to a better way of travel…
Stephanie’s blog is one of my newest discoveries but I like it very much. For starters Stephanie is already an accomplished photographer who has had photos printed in the travel sections of both the Los Angeles Times and the New York Times. Her blog, in addition to offering travel insights and advice, also contains useful tips and suggestions on how to improve your photography. For the last three years she and her husband have been living in Japan and traveling around Asia so if that’s an area that interests you, definitely give her blog a look.
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