5 More Fat Latinx Travelers to Follow

Last year we shared 10 Fat Female Latinx Travelers to Follow and this year we’ve added 5 more to your list!  The newest study on underrepresented travelers shows that Latinx travelers spent $113.9 billion in domestic leisure travel in 2019. National Hispanic Heritage Month is observed from September 15 to October 15, by celebrating the histories, cultures and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America. As  National Hispanic Heritage Month comes to a close we wanted to celebrate diversity and members from our  Facebook Community.


Paola is the Boricua behind Boricurves. This NYC based wig-loving bunny mother is also a professional photographer.

Briana Hernandez

Briana aka Hot Fat Mess is an OG Fat Girls Traveling Member and like me, a Bay Area native. Making her one of the first members to ever attend an official meet-up. Not is she constantly slaying the fashion game, she’s one of my favorite bloggers, and she’s still active on Tumblr. She’s that swaggy!


Robin is a Family Travel Blogger who travels with her Indian husband and mixed raced kids. Documenting their adventure on her blog Around The World With Kids.


Diana is a member of our Fat Girls Traveling Facebook Community and answered our call when we asked members of the Latinx community to share a travel photo.


April is a Fashion Blogger and Co-Founder of the San Antonio Latina Bloggers community.

Please share some of the Latinx fat female travelers you follow in the comments!

Annette Richmond

Annette Richmond is an award-winning content creator, travel writer, public speaker and advocate. Richmond is an immigrant that splits her time between Mexico and the United States. The creator of the fat positive travel community Fat Girls Traveling is a native Californian. Annette got her start in the fashion industry working in trend forecasting and public relations. Her love for travel inspired her to start Fat Girls Traveling in 2017 which is where she and Amanda met. When she's not creating diverse travel, fashion, and beauty content for The Fat Girls Guide she is hosting Fat Camp retreats and fat positive tours. In her spare time you can find her speaking publicly and writing articles promoting diversity and inclusivity, recording her new podcast, or sipping a margarita on the beach. Richmond hopes to continue to inspire other marginalized people to see the world and be seen.

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