Traveling well is an art. Being able to convey the immense pleasure and complexities of traveling the world takes real skill. These 15 Black Travel Bloggers do it with ease. When travel is simply part of who you are, it’s easy to portray the life you are living. Why? because you are living your truth and doing what you love.
Please share this post so the world can see a small sampling of Black Travel Bloggers that often get ignored by mainstream travel outlets. These 15 Black Travel Bloggers prove that traveling isn’t only for the elite, but it’s open to anyone who simply has the desire to see what this wide world has to offer.
15 Black Travel Bloggers
I’m Roni, The Travel Guru and I’ve been traveling way before travel became trendy. I do my best to combine my over 30 years experience in world wide travel to show you how you too can travel gracefully, stress free and in style.
With the ability to speak three languages fluently (I learned Spanish and French after the age of 25) I use the same skills to educate my audience on travel that I used when I obtained my MBA, my Elementary Teaching Credential and my Tour Manger license.
My goal is to educate and hopefully inspire my thousands of followers across the globe to take the leap and travel. I’m one of the few Travel Bloggers that can give you insider tips on packing and airport operations because I have worked for a major airline for the past 13 years.
And guess what? I make masks, beautiful Black girl stickers, blankets and more.I also wrote a guidebook on Paris, I offer courses on how to use Canva and make cute tee shirt to wear. Whatever you need,I got you boo.
The caliber of Travel Bloggers currently changing the travel game is astounding. Nadeen from The Sophisticated Life is a shining example of a blogger that is using her education and expertise to entertain and educate her worldwide travel audience.
Not only is Nadeen an award winning Travel Blogger but in her spare time (I need a sarcastic font for my humor) she’s a Pediatric Hospitalist. How many people do you know can save a child’s life one day then be on a plane to an exotic location the next? Following the adventures of a doctor who is a Travel Blogger will inspire you in ways you never thought possible.
How many Travel Bloggers do you know are also lawyers? There are a few but none as superb as Tyra of Barristourista.com. She is a former adjunct professor at University of Southern California and is currently the managing partner of her own law practice.
Somehow she finds the time to travel extensively, offer travel products in her travel store and blog about her travels while giving legal advice to bloggers, photographers and small business owners on hughleysmithlaw.com.
Tomiko of Passports and Grub will not only educate you on the art of traveling well, she is going to make you laugh while doing it. This Black Travel Blogger is also in the over 40 club.
She shows that women over 40 know how to enjoy life. Her panache for the finer things in life will have you booking your flight to some exotic location.
With every blog post Lauren is dispelling the belief that women don’t like the outdoors. Her blog Outdoorsy Diva:
is for women who love outdoor adventure, unique travel experiences, the great outdoors, foodie adventures, theme parks and every other kind of adventure.”
Not only is she adventurous but she is educated. She has a B.S. in Management Information Systems from University of South Florida. Her blog is perfection for those that enjoy the outdoors and want to know how to navigate outdoor spaces.
Black Travel Bloggers You Will Want To Get To Know
Do you know Francesca? If not you should head over to her blog at One Girl One World and prepare to be dazzled. Once there, you will understand why she was voted One of 10 Bloggers to Watch in 2016 as seen on Huffington Post.
She recently took a blogging break but don’t let that deter you from looking through her archives and checking out all the expertise she has to offer.
Eerick Prince from Minority Nomads is one of the dopest Travel Bloggers on the Internet. His photographic documentation of his travels to 90 countries will have you checking out flight deals and putting in for more vacation time.
Have you heard of Ernest of Fly Brother? If not you need to add him to your list of Black Travel Bloggers to follow because his fresh perspective of traveling will inspire you. He has been featured in too many national and global publications to name but that is just a small testament to his fabulousness. And…um…he’s very easy on the eyes.
When you go to HollyDayz.com you don’t know what to click on first! Holly gives you all the information you need to make your trips spectacular. She shows you why a destination is worth your time. Showing people the best way to maximize their time and money and still have an amazing time is her expertise!
Pay attention. I know it’s difficult to focus after looking at her picture but she’s so much more than a beautiful body. Tracey of BrooklynTravelAddict is a Travel Blogger extraordinaire that will excite every sense you have, and make you want to take the leap and travel to far flung destinations.
She’s dynamic and her traveling chronicles will captivate you. She’s also the co-creator of Curlfest which brings natural women together for a day of celebrating the splendor of their natural curls.
Gloria Atanmo from The Blog Abroad is simply divine. The world is her home and she shares her unique experiences with her global audience. Her pictures on Instagram will have you searching the Internet for travel deals. She is honest about the things she encounters while traveling. You will want to call her and invite her out to dinner, just so you can sit in front of her and listen to her enthralling stories.
When did Travel Bloggers become superstars? Chanel from CulturalXplorer is one of those bloggers that has turned her personal travel aspirations into a blog that will embolden you to explore this world. She has lived and taught overseas. She has a fresh perspective on traveling that endears her to the thousands that follow her. Why not check her out?
So many people think you have to work part time or have a flexible job to travel the world. Tausha at The Globe Getter proves the fallacy of that assumption. She shows how she travels extensively and often while having a full time job. If you want to know how to incorporate travel into your full time corporate life then look no further, Tausha will show you how!
Nicole (pictured) and Renee from I Luv 2 Globe Trot are fast becoming a one stop resource for travelers from all over the world. They have combined their travel expertise to provide their multinational readers with advice needed to make traveling fun, exciting, and attainable.
This is Rachel. She travels. She travels in such a way that you will have a pep talk with yourself about stepping up your travel game. She is inspiring because having once battled anxiety and depression, she found that travel was a welcomed outlet to encourage her happiness. She’s proof that your current circumstances don’t have to be your reality if you aren’t happy. Go check her out on Rachel Travels. NOW.
Ok, I know I said 15 but I couldn’t leave off Alyssa. She has a smaller audience but her voice and her truth is just as important. Make sure to check her out.
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