Wanderlust! 5 Female Travel Bloggers to follow in Kenya
Now that the travel restrictions have been eased in Kenya, you can indulge your wanderlust again. So, if you’re looking for travel ideas or hacks, these 5 female travel bloggers can be of help. They share their travel experiences as women and useful tips on navigating the country and other places abroad.
Rachel is a three-time Kenyan travel blog award winner. Her Safari254 blog is rich in aesthetics and plenty of useful travel hacks. You can book trips on this site too. Rachael was inspired to start this travel blog after returning home from studying abroad. She works closely with industry leaders to bring us the best of tourism in Kenya.
Rupi Mangat has shared her travel tales with us through the Saturday Nation for years! Her blog has entries from two decades ago. Mangat is a seasoned traveller and has a wealth of knowledge on tourism in Kenya and abroad. Rupi is passionate about conservation and ecological justice.
Kemzy posts a blog entry every Monday. She travels extensively around the country and every weekend she’s up to something exciting. She has some great hidden gems you can check out if you’re on a budget. Her restaurant reviews are hilarious but never malicious. If you love to travel and eat, Kemzy is your plug.
Maureen of Tembea na Mo has been blogging since 2015. She has some great, honest reviews of every restaurant, hotel, shop she visits in the country. From Kilifi to Garissa. Maureen has shared about the dingiest cafe to the most luxurious hotels. Through her blog, you get to experience travel that transcends class.
Eva offers financial advice on travelling in the country and abroad. She’s been all over the country and gives details on all her local destinations. She also offers tips on how to get the most out of air travel and hotel bookings. Eva has travelled to more than 50 countries worldwide over a decade. She’s your plug for deals on accommodation.
*Image: Rachael Safari254