8 Bloody perfect female travel videographers to inspire your next adventure
There are so many vloggers posting on various different social media platforms nowadays, Youtube being the most recognisable for bloggers to use. Delve a little deeper into the different vlogging niches and you will find the specialty of travel vloggers who spend their days travelling the world and sharing the adventure with their thousands of subscriber audiences.
One thing you might notice after doing a quick search for travel vloggers to follow is that arguably most of the ones you will find are in fact, dudes, nothing wrong with that but we thought why not highlight some of the not quite as well known chicks who are also getting out there discovering the world and taking us along for the ride…
In no particular order, here are our top 8 female vloggers to get you pumped and inspired to see the world in 2018:
Probably the most well known female travel star on YouTube, Nadine Sykora goes by the moniker Hey Nadine. With her signature bubbly personality she creates travel and lifestyle videos for her 368K followers.
Created by 24-year-old Sydney blogger, Emma Lucey, SpinDizzyFall takes her 2.2K followers on adventures to Budapest, Japan, Germany and many other destinations with some fashion, music and other photography peppered in.
Aussie YouTuber, Natalia posts videos about her travels, her girlfriend, tv shows and how she reacts to different things. Her earnest accounts of travelling and all of the different adventures she goes on is what keeps her 45K followers coming back for more. She was also nice enough to do a little How to become a travel vlogger story for us not long ago too.
After India graduated high school she decided that college wasn’t for her and started traveling the world instead. She’s also the self described “Poster child for the social media obsessed, wanderlust driven, millennial”. Her videos are super cinematic and easy to get lost in which is probably why she has 31K subscribers on Youtube.
Yes this vlogger does in fact own the Youtube name of Sophie (social media nerds are probably the only people that’ll find that cool). This Kiwi’s describes her passions as being travel, coding and new adventures. She keeps her video formats consistent which is nice if you’re looking at choosing your next travel destination and want to compare cities easily.
She looks like a pro surfer and is known to some as the girlfriend of another popular Youtuber, Mr Ben Brown, but Nicole Eddy is an adventurous travel vlogger in her own right. From Cape Town, South Africa, Nicole does surf though not professionally and is easy to listen to as she vlogs about her travels across the globe, hence the 67K followers she’s accrued.
Christine Kaaloa describes her channel best as “An American female solo travel vlogger and blogger on YouTube sharing video travel guides, foodie adventures, cultural shock and travel tips on how to travel alone and survive travel, one country at a time! “ She has 51k followers that she takes on each new trip.
Originally from Birmingham, England, the vlogger behind Psycho Traveller, Aly has been off discovering the world for over 3 years straight. She is a psychology graduate that loves to inform and inspire people of all ages to live the life they want to live. Each week her 144K subscribers get to see inside her life on the road, the people she meets, the food she tastes as well as the highs and lows of living as a digital nomad.
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