Our Travel Writers

Would you like to tell us your travel story? Maybe you have an adventure that you’d like to share on our travel website? We would LOVE to her from you! We are always looking for fresh ideas.

Travel Writers Guidelines
- What's in it for you?

What's in it for you?

We can’t offer monetary compensation at this time, but we CAN offer the following benefits;

1. You get to see your name in print!

2. Your story will be published on an established travel website.

3. We can add links to your travel blog or travel website.

4. You may get a free or discounted trip or service using our Letter of Assignment from Swift House Press. See Below!

Letters of Assignment - Press Release

We can provide you with a Letter of Assignment from Swift House Press if you are planning to write an article about a particular establishment or attraction. This will usually give you a discounted or complimentary stay or, for example, a treatment at a Spa.

We can issue you with the letter to introduce you, and the manager will then confirm what deal he or she can offer in return for a fair review of the business.

Contact me for further details about the benefits you could receive.

And don't be shy - every travel story has it's own interesting angle, from things that went wrong to finding unexpected highlights.

We welcome your travel stories from home and around the world, and we publish them as feature articles. It doesn't have to be a grand World travel adventure; we enjoy hearing about stories about a road trip from your own neighborhood in the United States - or anywhere else - too! An online magazine is the BEST WAY to get your story published.

Your travel story does NOT have to be recent - ALL travel tales are interesting. The best way to send us your story idea is to simply complete the form at the bottom of the page, or Contact Me direct to find out what you can expect in return!

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Travel Writers Guidelines

Write for us!

If you have had some interesting travel experiences, please tell us about them. We'd love to hear about your travel destinations and experiences. Please send your story (or simply an enquiry) to us at our contact page, with "Travel Story" in the subject line. Thank you!

You don’t have to be a professional writer to send us your stories. A breezy, letter-home-to-your-best-friend approach suits us just fine, with a few facts thrown in, of course. Just pretend you are telling a friend about your trip, and write in a familiar first person fashion - ie. using "I" and "we" in the story.

A good way to structure your story is to think about the famous 5 W’s from journalism: Who, What, When, Where, Why? In other words, Who is the story about? What did they do? When did they do it? Where did they do it? And last, Why did they do it?

For example, "David took a flight in May to Paris, to see the Eiffel Tower". That's the 5 W's in one sentence. Of course, in a travel story you can make each "W" a whole section!

BUT DO NOT WORRY about your spelling, grammar, style or punctuation. We have a professional proofreader and copyeditor who can correct any errors, and tidy things up if needed. You can see more about this HERE.

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Travel Writers Guidelines

We’re looking for personal experiences in any format that would be of interest to our readers. The article must be original content, not published anywhere else online or in a print magazine. These must be unique travel articles.

In the body of the article, we like to see your personal observations, how you felt about the place, what you ate, your most embarrassing moment, etc. We like to see the facts interspersed with that.

Here are some submission guidelines for you:

  • Why did you go to this destination? Include destination reviews.
  • What did you like best about it?
  • What was the weather like?
  • What challenges (personal or otherwise) did you face while you were there?
  • How did you handle them?
  • Who was the most interesting character you met there? What were the local people like?
  • Did you do any short interviews?

And don't forget the author's bio at the end of your article!

Contact me NOW with your story, and discover the benefits you could receive!

Travel Writers Guidelines

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Travel Writers Guidelines

Word count: 

For a full article, 750 to 1,500 words is great1!


Save your photos in .png or .jpg format. Photos should be 100-300kb in size, but don't worry too much about that - we can resize your photos quite easily. Just send us what you have, and we can edit the size and crop the image as needed. Of course, YOU will get the photo credit with a link to your blog (if you have one).

We’d like to see you in at least one of the pictures, perhaps doing something with locals or your travel companion(s).

Please be sure your photos are in focus. We want you to look as good as possible!

We like to see anywhere from 3 to 7 photos.


Please use the Contact Me link to send us your story, and we will get back to you!

We look forward to hearing from you!

Thanks so much for sharing with your fellow readers at Adventuress Travel Magazine.

Editor reserves the right to shorten or otherwise edit your piece to fit our format.

We hope our Travel Writers Guidelines have been useful. Please feel free to Contact Us if you have any questions or comments!

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