Travel Journalists

Browse the directory of travel journalists below. We found 439 travel journalists listed.

Tasmin Waby

Writer | Editor | SEO | Podcaster

Born in London to New Zealanders, I somehow ended up growing up in Melbourne. Today I split my time between the UK, Australia and NZ. As well as freelancing as a travel writer and editor, I'm training to teach English to non-English speakers: ask me anything about phrasal verbs! When not away on assignments, I live on a canal boat with my kids and a fat Russian Blue cat called Millie.


Tony Davis

Author / Professional Writer

Tony Davis is a retired Army officer, former Country Director for a congressionally chartered nonprofit organization in South Korea, civil servant, and professional writer. Across 21 years, Tony served his country in the United States Army as a career military intelligence officer, retiring from Joint Forces Command / Special Operations Command as a lieutenant colonel. From commissioning to retirement, Tony served in a wide variety of staff and leadership positions globally, including combat operations in Iraq. Among his overseas assignments and deployments are Germany, South Korea, Japan, Thailand, Egypt, Croatia, Spain, Qatar, Kuwait, Jordan, Bangladesh, and many others. Tony is the author of numerous articles and blog posts as well as the book, God Loves You: Some Restrictions May Apply (and Many Other Christian Dilemmas) (2019). He is available for freelance writing and editing, with a special affinity for science, travel, politics, and theological topics. Tony holds a bachelor’s degree in political science and two master’s degrees: in international relations from Troy University and professional writing from New York University. He is a graduate of both the US Army Command and General Staff College and the Joint Forces Staff College. His hobbies include SCUBA diving, paragliding, classical guitar, and a passion for traveling (fifty-one countries and forty-five states so far and counting).

Marlot Heerink-Martin


As a former writer for National Geographic Traveler online, I'm a journalist who is always looking for the next exciting challenge! I am skilled in writing, research, editing, social media, WordPress, photography, and photoshop.


Abigail Flanagan

Consumer journalist, copy & content writer.

I write about all sorts, from travel, lifestyle & relationships to wellbeing, wildlife and parenting. The last two are often interchangeable. I take photos, too. I was just celebrating a proper 'pinch me' run of travel commissions for The Telegraph and The Times (Peru; Iceland; North America; Thailand; Kenya...) when the pandemic hit. Adventure restricted to a cheeky G&T in Richmond Park (just a tin, mind — there was no suitcase), I spent lockdown creating content for private clients on topics as diverse as British contemporary art; partnership disputes; equal rights in the workplace; menopausal health, and astonishingly beautiful/ludicrously expensive jewellery. The widely differing subject matter was a Godsend in those Groundhog days. At least something changed, even if it wasn't the view. Plus, I now know my Boivin from my Bulgari, and the differences between Hambling, Hirst and HRT. (Only one of which I'm ever likely to own, but still.) Other clients include The Guardian; Sainsbury's Magazine; Family Traveller; Encounters Magazine; South China Morning Post; Janus Arts & Jewels; Experience Travel Group; Hilton; You Magazine; - the UK’s leading parenting website; - the UK's leading family travel website; and John Brown Publishing. Commissions include newspaper and magazine articles; web content; programme development; scriptwriting and PR projects.

Claire Henderson

Chief sub editor, writer

Scottish freelance writer, sub editor, layout artist, craft beer drinker, food fanatic and travel addict currently based in London after a seven-year stint around the world.

Denise Stephens

Freelance writer

I’m a Wellington based writer who mostly writes about travel, including New Zealand, Japan, culture, history, and solo travel. Recent destinations include Dunedin, Hamilton, Kaikōura, Auckland, Wairarapa, and Paris.


Caranissa Djatmiko

Writer and Editor

A Jakarta-based writer who recently completed her MA in Cultural and Creative Industries at King's College London, UK. Former Editorial Assistant for Indonesian Expat (2015 - 2017). An occasional dancer and a full-time overthinker.



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Irene Wibowo

Creative Writer | Digital Marketing Specialist | Script Writer

Hello, i'm a creative content writer based in Jakarta, Indonesia. I have experience in writing about career, finance, relationship, health, beauty, and fashion. I'm a full time content writer at, a digital magazine which focused in a good relationship, entertainment, and lifestyle for women. I'm also a part of freelancer for SEO, UX writer, Copywriter, and blogs.

Thomas H. Ward Books

Author, Teacher, Storyteller, Entrepreneur, and Engineer

Need a writer for books, brochures, website content, technical articles, or for story- telling, then let me help you. I write in a manner that reflects how everyday people speak and act. Please scan through my portfolio and book summaries below. I think you will agree they are clear and understandable, thereby sparking your interest. Maybe, you will end up buying one of my books because of that book description. Yes, I think you will do just that. All it takes is the right words that provide a spark of interest to the reader. So, which one of my books do you want to read? Thank you for reading my Portfolio. Let me help your company. Let me help your business increase sales and/or readers. I have over 30 years experience in international sales and marketing which you can use to gain customers and/or readers. A number of my books have been Amazon best sellers in their genre. Summary of Education and Experience: Thomas H. Ward, prior to becoming an Author, was a Metallurgical Engineer and Business Owner. He obtained an MBA in International Business. Having traveled extensively to thirteen different countries his favorite ones are China, Japan, and South Korea where he was based for a period of time. He has made 150 trips to Asian and Europe over a 20 year time period. He owned and operated three different types of businesses before becoming a Teacher. Subjects he teaches are high school reading, writing, math, history, and business. Thomas has published twenty-seven books on Amazon. Eight of these are non-fiction with four being related to international business, accounting, and investments. Nineteen books are fiction stories. A special note: Ward's book "TEMPLARS QUEST TRILOGY: THE LOST ARK." won a 2018 President's Award from the Florida Author and Publishers Association for a historical fiction story. Some of the books are included in this portfolio. Ward started writing white papers, technical manuals, and business books years ago. He has composed over 40 white papers, many on Associated Content in the past, before Yahoo closed the site. The papers cover a wide variety of subjects such as; travel, guns, investments, business, global warming theory, quality control manuals, and engineering reports. Ward has also written website content for three websites which are; Kemco International Associates, Great Earth Vitamin Stores, and Premium Nutritional Products. Ward's industrial experience in manufacturing included writing process control manuals, test reports, assembly instructions, and inspection procedures, which provide a well rounded background. "In every truth there is non-truth, in every fiction there is non-fiction." ~Thomas H. Ward