PLANS & PRICING
The sure shot way is to practice the craft, and show potential employers that you can write.
A good way to do this would be a blog of travel writing, and the good news is, you don't have to travel to do it.
One can write from the position of a traveller exploring her home town, or nearby areas - there are plenty of people writing about Paris, but not nearly as many writing about, say, Cleveland and its surrounding suburbs. Maybe those people are being sent their on business, or for school, whatever, and want to get to know the surroundings.
You can also join travel forums, such as TripAdvisor, and make yourself an expert on a specific area like your hometown. Let people ask questions, so you understand what their interests and concerns are. Travel writing is service writing. Ultimately - and once she has plenty of practice - one can start pitching stories about their home town to national and international publications. Once you’ve made contacts there, you can start writing about other places and begin to travel..
There are plenty of people writing about the well-known tourist attractions. Specificity is going to be what gets you the attention as you starts out.