How I can help your travel business stand out

From websites to brochures, if it uses words, then that’s my thing. I can elevate your brand with engaging travel copywriting, either starting from scratch or refreshing existing content to hook and hold your customers.

I write for:

  • Tour Operators and Travel Agents
  • Hotels, Lodges, and Guest Houses
  • Holiday Cottages and Vacation Rentals
  • Tourism Boards
  • Attractions and Entertainment Sites
  • Tourism and Hospitality Businesses
  • Event Providers

Here’s a selection of the main travel content writing services I offer:

Blog Posts & Articles

I love a good blog post, and so will your clients! They are a great way of establishing yourself as an authority in your industry, as well as building trust with your audience and adding weight to your other online travel content. I specialise in using Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) strategies and targeted keywords to increase reach and ranking, which means more eyeballs on your content, and a greater brand awareness too. Destination guides, product reviews, and travel itineraries are all do-able too.

Web Pages

Need some snappy landing pages that reel your customers in and entice them to embark on a multi-stop journey around your website? Using creative SEO techniques and compelling travel copywriting, I can produce web pages and product descriptions that you’ll be proud to call your own. They are the doors to your shop, so it’s important to get them right. If you have existing content that isn’t quite hitting the mark or need pages optimising for the search engine gods, then I offer travel copy editing too.

Newsletters & Emails

Save your emails from the dreaded trash folder by letting me get my hands on them before you click that scary send button. Whether you want to put together a monthly travel newsletter for your subscribers or are stuck creating email sales sequences, I’m here to help. I can set up templates and work with you to create content schedules relevant to your potential clients . We’ll get those open rates soaring, and the click-through conversions roaring. Just like the lions that your customers will soon be seeing on their safari in Kenya.

Brochures & Print Copy

People still love a printed travel brochure, despite having the world at their fingertips online. There’s just something so satisfying about running your hands over the glossy cover and opening it up to reveal the possibility of adventure within. Brochures are a great talking point too, and a constant reminder that a holiday needs to be booked! I’ll leave the shiny pictures to you, but when it comes to the travel copywriting part, I’m your girl! I can help with text for printed flyers, leaflets, magazines, and direct mail too. Just say the word…no wait, that’s my job.

Content Strategy & Brand Tone

Just starting out on your content journey or feel it’s time for a rebrand? I can help you figure out your long-term content goals, as well as rustling up some bespoke tone of voice guidelines that align with your brand personality and business values. Cracking your tone will strengthen your brand, build trust, and pave the way for an emotional connection with your clients. Together, we’ll show your audience exactly what you’re about, and make them realise they need your Brazilian beach holidays or New Orleans ghost tours in their lives.   


On most travel copywriting websites you’ll find a lot of fluff about all projects being unique and therefore charged on an individual basis. This is how I work too. But isn’t it frustrating when you have to jump through hoops just to get an indication of costs?

So, here’s a little teaser to make sure we’re playing in the same ballpark:

  • Short blog articles (700 words) – from £200
  • Long blog articles (1000 words) – from £320
  • Mega long blog articles/guides (10,000 words) – from £1400
  • Web pages – from £200
  • Copy editing – from £150
  • Email newsletter – from £90
  • Friendly communication and a bit of dry northern banter – free

You can probably find a cheaper copywriter. But cutting corners doesn’t often pay off, so save yourself the future hassle and part with a few extra £’s to get it right the first time.

Fees include research and planning, time for calls and/or email consultations, SEO keyword research and meta descriptions if required, proofreading, one round of edits, and whole lot of behind-the-scenes tasks.

Quotes are valid for 30 days. A 50% deposit will get me out of the starting blocks, with the remainder due on completion.

Have a travel content writing project in mind? Let’s talk and I’ll send over a no obligation quote.