Hire Top Travel & Adventure Writers For Your Brand

With ClearVoice as your content marketing talent and production partner, you’ll have access to vetted travel and adventure freelance writers for your ongoing copy and content writing needs.

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Why Hire Freelance Travel Writers

Writing for different industries takes different skill sets. Subject matter experts have a deep knowledge of their industry and can adapt their copy to different brand voices and audiences.

Hiring an industry expert freelance writer means that you can count on:

  • Custom content that speaks the language of your industry
  • A higher quality of work that elevates your brand
  • Faster delivery to save you money
  • Improved SEO

So, what makes writing about travel different from other industries? 

Pretty pictures splashed about social media or in a listicle are one thing, but real, remarkable travel writing is another.

Over the past few decades, international and airplane travel has become increasingly accessible. This means, more than ever, inexperienced and well-seasoned nomads are making their way to every last corner of the planet — and thus, making the role of a travel writer more in demand than ever.

A good travel and adventure writer has, well, traveled and adventured. Recently and frequently. And unless you want to take on that travel as a business expense (if so, sign us up!) you definitely want to hire a freelancer rather than hire an employee in-house.

What to Look for in a Freelance Travel & Adventure Writer

Not all content is created equal, and not all freelance writers present the same qualifications. Understanding that the ability to write well is at the top of the list, your ideal freelance travel and adventure writer should also have:

Hire Freelancers What To Look For

A Passion for Travel & Adventure

There's nothing like real travel experience. Reading about it and looking at photos can only get you so far. To convey the full scope of travel, the writer needs to travel a lot, and love it. When people read about travel and adventure, they want first-hand experience. The tips and tricks that the average tourist couldn’t tell you. They want more than the highlights, they want the real deal.

A Curious Mind

With travel writing so highly sought-after and competitive, it’s not enough to write well and have done a lot of travel. A good travel and adventure writer knows how to come up with a new, fresh angle on the stories they’re pitching. They seek out the latest trends in hospitality, culinary, and culture worldwide. A travel writer asks appropriate questions about traditions and trends while maintaining an open perspective.

Patience and Flexibility

Anyone who’s ever traveled knows that it can be unpredictable. Flight delays, traffic, lost luggage, and overbooked rooms - just to name a few - bumps in the road. But a travel writer’s job is to write about the places they’ve been and those they think others should visit, so they have to maintain their sense of professionalism as they’re challenged along the way. This requires flexibility and understanding, especially when visiting parts of the globe that are more underdeveloped than others.

Check Out Some of ClearVoice’s Freelance Travel & Adventure Writers

Eric Rosenberg
Eric Rosenberg

Eric Rosenberg is a finance, travel, and technology writer in Ventura, California. When away…

Ashley Eneriz
Ashley Eneriz

Ashley Eneriz is a financial writer who has been published on Time, Forbes, Huffington Post, Business

Are you ready to work with top freelance travel writers?

We know great content and that quality, proven talent is critical to ensuring you have content that engages, educates, and converts.

Are you ready to work with top freelance travel writers?

We know great content and that quality, proven talent is critical to ensuring you have content that engages, educates, and converts.


Frequently Asked Questions

In addition to the qualities we’ve listed above, a good travel and adventure writer is able to translate cultures to a wide demographic. Regardless of where the assignment or their inquisitiveness takes them, the task of a travel writer is to translate their experiences for their audience, inspiring them to take the risk, book the ticket – and get to exploring. And, as with all freelance writers, they should have a collaborative mindset and be open to customer feedback. They have a creative vision but are able to work within the confines of your brand identity.

At ClearVoice, we pride ourselves on our Talent Network of 4,000+ vetted freelancers in 200+ industries. Within the ClearVoice Talent Network, freelance writers identify with their areas of expertise. When you work with us, a ClearVoice Talent Manager searches our Talent Network to pair you with vetted writers that best suit your needs and budget.

Once a freelance writer or editor has been admitted to the ClearVoice Talent Network, Talent Managers will pair them with the customers best suited for their industry, pay rates, and content level.

ClearVoice freelancers develop strong relationships with ClearVoice and our customers through editorial feedback, customer ratings, and quality of work ensure they are hired repeatedly.

The ClearVoice Talent Network has a thorough application process to vet freelancers seeking to work with ClearVoice. To be considered complete, each CV Portfolio requires a minimum of six work samples, areas of expertise, and examples of published work. Then the portfolio is reviewed by the ClearVoice Talent Team for approval before the freelancer is admitted to the Talent Network. Once writers work within the platform, those who regularly update their CV Portfolio with new publications and correctly-tagged content will appear higher in search rankings for easy matching with customers.