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5 Best Female Solo-Travel Destination Vloggers on YouTube

  1. Be My Travel Muse

Kristin from Be My Travel Muse probably has the widest variety of solo travel tips, videos, and insider information to keep you safe (and entertained) on her YouTube channel. Kristin is a solo traveler who has been to six of the seven continents.

“With a thirst for adventure, hiking, camping, hitchhiking, and pursuing unique experiences all over the globe,” Kristin’s channel @Bemytravelmuse is a standout option if you’re looking for helpful travel tips.

  1. K.Rod Collective

K.Rod Collective is run by Kim, who advertises her channel, @KRodCollective, as a “one stop channel for all things travel.” Kim has been traveling solo for more than 11 years and has tons of helpful advice to share.

Kim serves up travel tips and offers reviews on her channel, and solo female travelers will appreciate her solo-travel tips uploaded every week, including mistakes to avoid, destination ideas for solo travel, first-timer tips, and more.

  1. Allison Anderson

Allison Anderson is a traveler and photographer who posts incredible videos on topics like general travel, solo travel, and photography on her channel @allisonanderson.

“I spent my childhood snapping away on point-and-shoot cameras and making goofy videos with friends, so when I stumbled across YouTube during a summer in college I couldn’t resist creating a channel,” she says.

Her travel videos are not only expertly shot but also capture unusual destinations like Antarctica, Turkey, and Namibia.

“In January 2018, I made it my New Year’s Resolution to begin solo traveling,” Allison writes on her website. “I’ve since traveled alone all over the world, sharing my experiences through photographs and cinematic videos. I hope to encourage other women to embrace the adventure of exploring by themselves.”.

  1. She Travelled the World

If you’re looking for some advice for traveling on a budget, then @shetravelledtheworld7272 is for you. The channel’s About section reads: “A guide for the young, adventurous and broke.”

Courtney from She Travelled the World offers all kinds of money-saving tips, as well as specific solo-travel advice, like how to make friends and how to plan your first trip. Courtney encourages viewers to “live life to the fullest” and save a few euros along the way. 

  1. Girl vs. Globe

Girl vs. Globe, aka Sabina, has been traveling since she was 17 and has been to more than 50 countries. Sabina says she “loves to travel, eat and meet new people.”

Sabina shares travel tips, how to get cheap flights, how to get jobs that pay you to travel, tips for travel outfits, and so much more on the @girlvsglobe YouTube channel. She doesn’t exclusively post about solo travel, but her solo-travel videos are definitely worth a watch.

She makes it a point to connect with women in her solo-travel videos, stating: “Traveling solo – especially as a woman or girl – may seem intimidating, but I promise you that if I can do it, so can you! It’s totally normal to be nervous before you take the leap and travel solo for the first time.”


Want some DUDE content? Although he didn’t make this list (because he is not a female), YouTuber Niklas Christl made this video that summarizes what he learned from his year of solo travel after high school, and you should not miss it:

Whose YouTube channel do you hit up for travel advice?

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