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How do you afford to travel all the time?
I am a freelance photographer, digital creator, and blogger, so I essentially travel for work. Read this blog post to find out more about how I’m able to travel full time and how you can do it, too!

What is your camera set up?
Take a look at my in-depth blog post, A Look Inside My Camera Bag, on everything I use for travel and adventure photography.

What do you bring hiking and camping?

Everything I use is in my Summer Backcountry Gear Guide (which includes a downloadable checklist to help with packing).

Who takes photos of you?
My friends, some of which are photographers, take photos of me when I am traveling and/or hiking. Majority of the time, I find the composition I’d like, set my camera up with the proper settings and then ask them to take the photo. I also reciprocate this and help them do the same! Other times, my friends have their own vision and take images with me in them. I sometimes use a tripod but it is rare as I don’t like to travel or hike with one. All photos I share are edited by yours truly!

How do you find hikes to go on?
To find hikes, I use AllTrails, The Outbound, blog posts, forums, Instagram, Facebook (local hiking groups) and Google Earth. I also stop by visitor centres to talk to rangers and chat with locals or people on camping/hiking trips.

Why don’t you share locations on Instagram?
There’s no doubt that social media, specifically Instagram, has led to certain outdoor spots being negatively impacted (overcrowded, vandalized, trashed, etc.) and for this reason, I rarely share/geotag locations on Instagram. That said, I want you to explore, make memories and develop a connection with the outdoors. My mission is to inspire you to go outside after all. So, instead of geotagging on Instagram, I choose to share blog posts where I can include information on how to recreate responsibly, stay safe and educate on the Leave No Trace Principles. Along with reading my blog posts, I encourage you to research yourself. Use Google, explore Google Maps, read books, ask rangers questions, etc.. get curious. Put the work in. The information is out there. Researching is how I found the places you see on my Instagram so I can tell you that it works! David Attenborough has said, “no one will protect what they don’t care about, and no one will care about what they have never experienced” and I couldn’t agree more. When people are immersed in the outdoors, they are more likely to become advocates for it and hopefully inspire others to do the same—so happy researching!

How did you go full-time freelance?
Take a look at this blog post to read about my journey so far.

Any tips for people wanting to start a career in the same field (ie. travel photography, content creation, blogging)?
– You’ll work harder than any 9-5 job, so make sure you have a true passion for travel, the outdoors, photography, etc.
– Don’t stop practicing, researching, and learning. Keep growing.
– Create a community and connect with people who are doing the same thing as you via Instagram. It’s so much easier when you have people to bounce ideas off of and ask for different opinions.
– Save your money and be frugal. Invest your money in things related to travel or photography.

How do I start hiking and backpacking?
I get questions like this all the time.. and the short answer is.. just start! I’d suggest going on day hikes to get your mind and body ready. Then, or if you’re already a seasoned hiker, pack your bag, grab a friend, do your research and hit the trails. Start small, then increase the difficulty as you get more experienced. Remember, you don’t need to hike fast when you have a 30-40L backpack on. Take your time. Enjoy yourself. Backpacking is incredibly rewarding and I can’t wait for you to get out there! Check out what I bring on every backcountry adventure here—there’s also a checklist you can save to your phone to help with packing.

Do you host group trips?
Yes, I am hosting a group trip to New Zealand in November 2021. If you’d like to find more information, please click here.


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  1. frolep rotrem on December 22, 2020 at 4:57 pm

    We stumbled over here by a different web address and thought I should check things out. I like what I see so i am just following you. Look forward to looking over your web page yet again.

    • Angela Liguori on December 24, 2020 at 3:39 pm

      Thanks for following along!

      • Sahil on November 12, 2023 at 5:52 pm

        Hey Angela, How are you doing?

        My name is Sahil, currently residing in Toronto, Canada. I have been following you on Instagram for a couple of weeks now and trust me I love your profile/content and so do your website. I was wondering if you are currently hosting a group trip in Canada anytime soon or next year? If so, do let us know. You can connect with me on Instagram.

        Looking for an amazing time moving forward. Thank you, Miss:)


        • Angela Liguori on November 23, 2023 at 11:02 pm

          Hey Sahil! I will be host a group trip with CMH Heli in summer 2024. More details about that will come in a few months.

  2. David on April 7, 2021 at 1:57 am

    Hey very nice blog!

    • Angela Liguori on May 7, 2021 at 12:22 am

      Thanks so much, David. I appreciate it!

  3. d3mon on May 9, 2021 at 5:26 pm


  4. Elle O on July 9, 2021 at 4:28 am

    A have a question !! Where do you get most of your clothes from?

    • Angela Liguori on July 13, 2021 at 6:27 pm

      Hey girl! I usually wear lululemon, Eddie Bauer, Icebreaker and Glyder.

      • Alison Meredith on August 20, 2021 at 5:19 am

        Could you please comment on your favourite lululemon shorts? I’d love to know the name of those. Thanks in advance.

        • Angela Liguori on August 29, 2021 at 12:55 am

          Hi Alison! I love the lululemon Spring Break Away Short and Align Shorts!

          • AnamCara on October 12, 2021 at 3:41 am

            Are your black leggings lulu? Thank You

          • Angela Liguori on November 4, 2021 at 2:37 pm

            Yes! A lot of them are. I also love Glyder (size down), Athelta and Eddie Bauer.

  5. Juli on September 2, 2021 at 9:32 am

    Hey Angela! How do you find people to go on trips with or do you meet them while travelling alone?

  6. Juli on September 2, 2021 at 9:32 am

    Hey Angela! How do you find people to go on trips with or do you meet them while travelling alone?

    • Angela Liguori on September 2, 2021 at 11:53 pm

      Hi Juli! I have made friends through Instagram by DMing people who seemed like they were in the same area of BC as me. I also hosted and met people at an outdoor meet-up a couple of years ago. FB groups for hiking (in specific locations) are helpful, too! You can also convince people in your life now to hike with you (and maybe entice them with food or treats if they need an extra boost)!

  7. Harrison on September 7, 2021 at 3:42 am

    I’d like to know how you live this lifestyle costs value and everything my dream is to travel the world and see the best and ski the best snow, hiking and everything. Would love to get to know more

    • Angela Liguori on October 2, 2021 at 2:20 am

      Check out my blog post on ‘How To Travel Full-time”. That will hopefully answer all your questions!

  8. Tara on March 29, 2022 at 3:05 am

    Hey there! I just found your social media and I am loving all of your stories, tips and guidance! So thank you! My question is, I have a large Cannon camera(that is very heavy) how are packing your camera in your hiking pack. I just bought one of the camera clips but I’m thinking my camera may be too heavy to just leave hanging there. Thank you again! Hope to hear from you soon!

    • Angela Liguori on April 6, 2022 at 12:40 am

      Hi Tara. That’s a great question! I would pack it in my bag if you think your camera is too heavy to hang on your strap.

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