(Feel free to add your tips on bloggers in comments below)
New Zealand-born blogger runs her business while travelling the world with a suitcase - hence the name The Suitcase Entrepreneur. Make sure to follow her if you enjoy sport - she recently cycled all the way from Nairobi to Cape Town and raised over $12,600 for Women Win. Read more about this and her other adventures here.
Ayngelina left her amazing job, boyfriend, friends and apartment in Canada to travel. She is a serious foodie - that's why her blog is called Bacon is Magic. Most of her posts are about Central and South America. Read more about her travel tips here.
Sally aka unBrave Girl
Sally claims to be scaredy cat which is hard to believe as she travelled all over South East Asia among teaching English in Thailand also helping to build sailboat in Malaysia. Sally was awarded Best Asian Weblog and you can read her articles or download a free e-book here.
If you love flora, you should check out Alice's Garden Travel Buzz blog where she writes about gardens around the world she visited, including islamic gardens, green roofs or historic gardens. See lots of pictures here.
The Gypsy Gals
Two sisters - Prime and Nina Sarmiento, originally from Philippines, travel the world, publish city guides for solo female travellers. They mainly cover Asia and Europe. Check out their blog full of resources here.
Elle aka Solo Female Nomad
Elle has been traveller and expat for over 20 years, now middle aged solo traveling the world and encouraging other middle aged women to travel. Read more here.
Jenny is graphic designer, photographer, skateboarder, writer, entrepreneur, world traveler and student of life. She has a long to-do list including whale watching or climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro. Most of her posts are from South America and she covers lot of adventures - read more here.
Stephanie is on the road since 2007 travelling around the globe and writing her blog Twenty-Something Travel encouraging young people to explore the world. Her website includes reviews, tips and guests posts and you can check it out here.
Megan went around the world. Twice. I personally love all her pictures - especially those of souvenirs and her sketchbooks. Her website contains road planning and also detailed finance report - she travelled the world for $10,188 or $55 per day. Get more information here.
Jodi - Legal Nomad
Jodi aka Legal Nomad saved money for travelling while working as lawyer in NYC and has been travelling since 2008 all over Asia, South America and the Middle East. She also wrote traveler's handbook on food - you can find everything here.
Shannon if former actress and web-nerd, travelling & volunteering around the globe since 2008. She is a vegetarian foodie and currently exploring Asia with her 11-year-old niece while home-schooling her. Visit her page here.
Amanda is a small-town girl from Ohio, US travelling the world and writing funny posts, especially on China, East Europe, North America and Australia. Her bucket list includes pursueing tornado with a team of storm chasers (!!!!) or being a geek at the Harry Potter World :-) Check her extraordinary adventures here.
Adventurous Kate is full-time woman solo traveller and her goal is to show all the girls they can travel the world as safely and easily as her. Read her posts on Europe, Southeast Asia and more here.
Ali travelled to over 35 countries before her 30th birthday. She now lives in Germany with her expat-husband whom she met on Twitter. I personally love her posts on Antarctica and Oceania. Check her blog out here.
Mariellen is award-winning professional travel writer, blogger and editor who writes about "meaningful travel" throught India - solo, long-term enjoying yoga, volunteering, wellness and eco-tourism. Find more here.
Laura - A Wandering Sole
Laura is a young runner, a volunteer and Africa enthusiast solo-traveling around Asia, Europe and Africa since 2010. Read her fantastic posts here.
Ekua - Girl, Unstoppable
Ekua is adventurous girl with origins in Ghana. When she doesn't wander around Asia, Europe or South America, she is working with high school youths in San Francisco. Her blog also contains tips for female travel and solo travel. Read more here.
Torre DeRoche - Fearful Adventurer
American/Australian writer/designer Torre swears she has phobias and anxiety, but nevertheless she travels around the globe and her memoir is coming out soon. She sailed the Pacific with a man she met in a bar. Read more about her fearful adventures here.
Abi traded her medical career as doctor for travelling journalist/photographer. Check out her blog if you like beautiful pictures, recipes and unusual travel such as the oldest desert in the world in Namibia or sleeping inside of volcano.
Former editor-in-chief of design magazine, now a freelance writer travels the world for home designs exploring treehouses, hotels, hostels, inns in Asia, Europe and Africa. Follow her story here
Another girl traveller with a long bucket list! Nicole has lots of tips not just on travelling the world, but how to live simpler life, save money, become location independent. She has been travelling since age 22 and this is her blog.
Julia Dimon aka Travel Junkie
Julia is travel addict, visiting more than 80 countries and hosting a TV show for National Geographic Adventures or MSNBC. She has some crazy stories she shares like eating live scorpions and bugs or getting radioactive in Chernobyl. Visit her website here.
Stephanie aka Travel Chica
Stephanie writes about femal solo travel on budget, how to live simply - meaning consuming less and experiencing more. She is currently on sabbatical in Latin America. Her blog provides also spreadsheet with expenses. Read more here.
Born in Canary Islands, Spain and currently living in London, Katherina explores Europe, New Zealand and Europe. Check out her blog here.
UPDATE: MORE TRAVEL BLOGGERS
- http://www.crazysexyfuntraveler.com/ - by Alexandra Kovacova
- http://www.yourtravelwriter.blogspot.com by Margaret Pitonhttp://emotionrit.blogspot.com by Giovy (it's in Italian, but easily translated in google translate plugin)
- www.toohappytobehomesick.com by Elisabetta Borda (another Italian blog)
- http://aglasshalf-full.com/ by Lee Mylne
- http://blog.travelpod.com/travel-blog/mc1rvariant/1/tpod.html by Kellie O'Donnell
- www.pursuit-of-life-satisfaction.com by Sofia Armenteros Engleson
- http://www.lemonicks.com/ by Nisha Jha
- http://belexplores.com/ by Bel
- http://monkeysandmountains.com/ by Laurel Robbins
- http://siwasoul.wordpress.com/ by Sue Ryan