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My name is Renee and I’m the storyteller behind Renee Roaming. The purpose of this blog is to inspire travelers and adventure seekers to live intentionally, place value on experiences instead of possessions, and most of all, to encourage others to find joy exploring this beautiful world!

Renee Roaming isn’t a typical travel blog… whilst I write about travel and adventure, I also share tips about photography, social media, road trips, being a woman in the outdoor community, and traveling as a couple.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What photography gear do you use?

    I currently shoot with Sony bodies and lenses. My main camera bodies are the Sony a7Riv and the Sony a1 my most used lenses are the Sony 24-70mm f/2.8 and 16-35mm f/2.8 G Master lenses. You can check out the full list of my camera gear here.

  • What camera would you recommend for a beginner?

    The Sony a6000 series has some excellent starter mirrorless cameras (a6000, a6300, a6500). I would suggest you get the kit lens at first (the lens that comes with the camera) and then upgrade once that is available to you.

    The Sony Cyber-shot RX100 V is a powerful compact camera if you are wanting an all-in- one small and versatile option (note that you cannot switch out the lens).

    Sony recently came out with the a7iii, which is a fantastic all-round camera for amateur photographers looking to capture high quality photo and video content without breaking the bank.

  • How do you afford to travel so much?

    My current job as a freelance travel photographer, blogger and social media influencer allows me to travel for a living. Prior to this, I funded my own travels during and post university by saving every penny I could and prioritizing travel in my life. I have a blog post about this – check it out here.

  • How did you become a full-time travel photographer & blogger?

    It took a lot of time, hard work, research and practice. I worked at my passion for photography, blogging and Instagram as a side hustle whilst maintaining a 9-5 job. Over time I was able to build up enough skill, experience and a social media following to begin collaborating with brands, tourism boards etc., and eventually take it full-time. Read more about my story.

Latest Posts

  • Your Guide to Exploring Torres del Paine National Park in Patagonia, Chile - Mirador Las Torres hike couple

    Your Guide to Exploring Torres del Paine National Park in Patagonia, Chile

    April 4, 2024

    At the southern tip of the South American Andes sits Torres del Paine National Park, an outdoor lovers paradise. Visitors to this stunning part of the world are greeted with dramatic granite peaks, awe-inspiring glaciers, and countless pristine lakes. I recently spent a week exploring the Chilean side of Patagonia with my family and I’m…

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  • How To Visit Katmai National Park - A Comprehensive Park Guide - Brooks Falls Platform Brown Bear

    How To Visit Katmai National Park – A Comprehensive Park Guide

    August 24, 2023

    Katmai National Park is one of the gems of the national park system, which is why we keep finding ourselves back there! This remote Alaskan national park is world famous for its salmon run that attracts some of the largest coastal brown bears in the world. Not only that, but glaciated peaks, volcanoes, and scenic…

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  • Best Things To Do In White Sands National Park: Epic 1 Day Itinerary

    June 19, 2023

    Nestled in the heart of New Mexico, White Sands National Park is a captivating and scenic destination. With picturesque views and hiking trails to sand sledding and surfing through the dunes, it is absolutely worthwhile to visit White Sands National Park. With a full day and proper planning, you can explore and experience most of…

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  • 11 Incredible Things to Do In Madeira, Portugal

    May 30, 2023

    Visiting Madeira, Portugal has been on my bucket list for years, and my husband and I decided to visit for our latest anniversary. We stayed in an incredibly picturesque vacation rental in Funchal, Madeira and spent the week hiking, watching endless sunrises and sunsets, and exploring the island on foot. It feels like there are…

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  • Best Things to Do in Punta Gorda Florida

    Discovering the Best Things To Do in Punta Gorda: Florida’s Hidden Gem

    April 7, 2023

    Punta Gorda is one of Florida’s hidden gems! Nestled in the southern part of the state, this small town offers an array of activities for all types of visitors to enjoy. Whether you’re looking for unique outdoor adventures or fun indoor entertainment, Punta Gorda really does have something for everyone. Ok, let’s dive into the…

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  • Ultimate Guide to Hiking Trail of Ten Falls Silver Falls State Park Oregon

    Ultimate Guide to Hiking the Trail of Ten Falls in Silver Falls State Park, Oregon

    March 25, 2023

    Some of my favorite hikes in the Pacific Northwest aren’t to the highest mountaintops, but instead with gorgeous waterfall views. The Trail of Ten Falls is one of the very best hikes if you love waterfall hikes! Beautiful Silver Falls State Park is home to this hiking trail in Oregon full of iconic waterfalls, including…

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  • 6 Absolute Best Hikes in Redwood National Park

    March 3, 2023

    Visiting the magnificent redwood trees in California is truly spectacular and worth taking the time to soak it all in. Whether you have a couple days, or a week to spend in Redwood National Park, it is easy to use the trails listed in this guide to plan an epic itinerary. Keep reading to find…

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  • Get Outside The Ultimate Winter Hiking and Camping Guide 8

    Ultimate Guide to Winter Hiking and Camping

    January 8, 2023

    Winter hiking and camping can be absolutely magical… but it can also be downright miserable. It all comes down to being prepared, ensuring you have adequate gear, and researching the conditions. I’ve spent some very cold nights out winter camping and over the years have dialed in my gear and tricks to staying warm. This…

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