Mission Statement

This Latina Travels is a platform to motivate women of color to break barriers so they can travel the world too! According to the National Tour Association, “Latino/as are strong consumers that account for over $56 billion in leisure travel every year” (2019). The founder of This Latina Travels provides first-hand experiences of the countries she has visited and the tools you need to get there!

It’s time the world sees more Latinas traveling!

About Bianca Alba

Bianca Alba is a proud Latina and first-generation college graduate. She was born in the heart of South America in Cochabamba, Bolivia and is the oldest of four sisters. Bianca holds a Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in Public Health. Despite many years of schooling, Bianca managed to pay off all her student loans and feels liberated by being debt-free.

Bianca is the voice and creator of “This Latina Travels!” – A podcast about travel through the eyes of a First Generation Latina traveler/college grad sharing all her travel experiences first-hand! As a little girl, living in a single-parent household, trips and vacations were just a dream and felt unreachable. This Latina Travels is more than just Bianca telling you about her experiences, but it is a true reflection that dreams can become reality! To date, Bianca has traveled to 6 of the 7 continents in the world and her goal is to encourage and support women who look like her to travel the world too!

Facts that you may or may not know
about Bianca of This Latina Travels:

6 out of the 7 continents!

Bianca has been blessed to travel to 6 out of the 7 continents – guess which one she has left?! In this picture, Bianca is swimming in the Great Barrier reef with sea turtles in Australia! A must adventure to add to your bucket list!

Completely Debt Free!

Bianca believes it is essential to learn about Building Generational Wealth. By being debt free, and learning how to manage her finances, it has allowed her to travel freely! You can do it too, Sis!  

Proud Immigrant de Bolivia!

Bianca was born in Cochabamba Bolivia, but was brought to the states when she was 6 months old. Like many immigrant parents, the hope to come to the US is to provide a better life for their children, aka the “American Dream.” 

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