We decided it was time for an update! Some of the lesbian travel blogs we listed before have been suspended, but other blogs have found their way into our list! We tried to list some more blogs and hope you will be able to find inspiration and ideas in the stories and tips of these lesbian travel bloggers!
Meanwhile, we also posted a list of lesbian Instagrammers to follow.
Missing any lesbian travel blogs? Please let us know so we can add it to our updated Lesbian Travel Blog list!
Melissa, the creator of Lez Backpack, is a lesbian travel and lifestyle blogger who writes about queer travel and cultural differences.
Her writing is funny and engaging.
On this website, you can read about different travel styles as well as expat living. Melissa travels with her girlfriend and they share a lot of great photography on their lesbian travel blog as well.
Recommended read: How to meet other lesbians abroad.
Globetrotter Girls is the brainchild of Dani, a full-time traveler and lesbian travel blogger since 2010. The lesbian travel blog is bulking with information on everything that is travel related. This is the place to find tips and tricks on accommodation, food, budget travel, LGBT and much more.
Globetrotter Girls also features experiences and stories of other LGBT travelers.
Recommended read: This insightful post on lesbian solo travel.
Dopes on the road
Dopes on the Road is a lesbian travel blog about adventure and luxury travel.
Owners, Meg and Lindsay Cale, are full-time travelers, writers, and LGBT activists. This website is the place to be for all lesbian explorers to find inspiration, tips, and tricks on lesbian travel.
Recommended read: Safety tips for LGBT travelers
Hols and Bear
Hollie and Claire are a British lesbian couple who are traveling the world together. Their website features videos, photography, and stories of their 18-month round-the-world trip.
Hols and Bear offer articles on budget and lesbian travel, itineraries, flights, and tips on how to do all this.
Recommended: Check out the Hols and Bear YouTube lesbian travel vlog channel
Bounding over our Steps
Mindy and Ligeia are a Canadian-US lesbian couple, living a nomadic lifestyle.
Their website is a source of information on LGBT travel, vegan lifestyle, and life as a married lesbian couple.
Bounding over our steps has been around for a long time. This website saw its first light in 2005.
Lez Wander the World
Zoey and Mari are a lesbian couple who explore the world together.
Their blog Lez Wander the World documents their travels and experiences.
These girls aim to provide useful information to the LGBTQ and lesbian community.
Read their personal experiences and inspirational posts about what it’s like to be a queer traveler.
Recommended read: the Being Queer in… experiences
Happy Camper Wives
Happy Camper Wives is a great lesbian travel blog about an adventurous couple who travels the US with a teardrop camper trailer.
These adventurers roam the United States, living minimally and meeting interesting people along the way. Valerie and Jessi write about exploring the natural world, cooking delicious food and life on the road.
Recommended read: Things learned as LGBT traveler in the USA.
Travel with MK
Travel with MK is an inspirational lesbian travel blog with a lot of travel stories and interviews with lesbian travelers.
Mei and Kerstin were both born in Luxembourg, but soon left their home country to see the world.
Their website has plenty of travel stories on a variety of destinations and topics. Together they have traveled extensively and lived the expat life in cities like Paris. Interesting blog with a lot of great photography.
Recommended read: 10 favorite castles in Luxembourg
Les Talk, More Travel
Les Talk, More Travel blogger Leslie is a Canadian and lesbian travel blogger.
She’s an introverted, lesbian traveler who likes to talk less and travel more.
But she does like to write about a lot of things on her blog. Read stories about destinations, experiences, and practical travel tips.
Recommended read: How travel helped me come out
WOW Travelers World
WOW Travelers World is all about women sharing stories.
Dinah and Chanelle write and collect stories about women who travel.
Even though this website isn’t only about LGBT travel, it does have a lot of information about this topic. Read the experiences and tips of female travelers all over the world.
Recommended read: Our contribution to Wow Travelers World: What skin shall I wear today
Gabriela Here and There
A Woman Afoot
As the title already gave away, this weblog is about a woman afoot.
Lesbian travel blogger and hiker Ioanna gets her inspiration and energy when hiking the woods. Her weblog has a lot of useful information on hiking and nature.
A woman afoot is bulking with great photography too.
Recommended read: Hiking and Camping etiquette
Vagabroads is a lesbian travel blog by the adventurous Sunny and Karin. They have traveled the American continent overland with their 4×4 jeep and documented their travels along the way. We loved reading about their adventures in Central America.
Recommended read: Ultimate guide to gay Central America
Once Upon a Journey
Roxanne and Maartje are a lesbian couple from our neighboring country: the Netherlands. With their lesbian travel blog Once Upon a Journey, they bring back the magic of travel.
Aside from travel stories and experiences, you’ll also find interesting tips for lesbian travelers and traveler couples.
Recommended read: Travel and romance interviews with lesbian Instagrammers
The Rainbow Route
The Rainbow Route is all about lesbian, gluten-free, budget travel.
Laura and Jen are avid travelers and they want to share their experiences with others.
The Rainbow Route has a lot of information on travel with food restrictions, lesbian solo travel, and lesbian couple travel.
Recommended read: Lesbian travel in Cuba
That's our updated lesbian travel blogs list!
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