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Travel Guides for Women to India
Beth Whitman of Wanderlust and Lipstick shares her special knowledge of travel on the Indian continent with another travel guide for women - this time for women travelling to India.
Into the Desert on camels
Intrepid women travellers venture into the Sahara Desert with Venus Adventures for women to sleep under the stars and see the sun rise over the desert. Memorable
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Women Travellers go it Alone
“Where are the men?” This was clearly the unspoken thought of many who watched the five of us toss the ropes and maneuver our Barge through the locks on the Canal du Midi in Southern France. We were the only crew of women on the canal and when on the last day we steered our way through the famous seven locks at Beziers, the crowds that come to watch this spectacle gave us a round of applause for our efforts.
Recent Travel Articles
Volunteer Travel is a growing sector in the Travel Industry – Our Women Travel website tries to keep an up to date listing of Volunteer Networks, here us a snippet from one of them Edge of Seven to celebrate International Womens Day. Ngima Doma is just one woman who is walking testament to the trength and potential of women in Nepal. Ngima Doma is the headmaster of the school system in Basa,... [Read more]
By Lyn Taylor of Lyn Taylor’s Adventure Travel Many of Lyn’s Tours are Women only, and some are mixed. See her website for details Kathmandu is a fascinating medieval city with many Pagodas, shrines and Internet cafes, but one of my most amazing experiences was during a trip to the Everest area. Kathmandu airport was surrounded in pea soup fog the morning we were to fly to Lukla and... [Read more]
Excerpt from my next book ‘Overlanders’ By Rensina van den Heuvel Our small Aeroflot Russian aircraft landed into a cold, wet landscape of Finland. After a quick grab of our luggage, we whizzed out of the airport building, just in time to miss the bus to Espoo by 2 minutes. We would have to wait for another hour. …in a grey and wet Helsinki. Allen and I had only been awake for what seemed... [Read more]
New York City is a tourist’s paradise because of the beautiful landmarks and famous attractions that it boasts of. Because of this, the city that never sleeps is the place to be if you want a holiday break that has everything you need to have a grand time. This is most true if you’re a single woman who loves to travel and get away from the hustle and bustle of daily commitments. Bear in mind that... [Read more]
Athens is one of the most incredible destinations for tourists of all ages because the city is not only known for its architectural wonders, but also combines history with a modern lifestyle today. The city is home to a large number of spots that have great historical significance and stories about the culture and past of Athens. From museums to public gardens, and from archeological finds to bargain... [Read more]
Have you ever loved a place so much you never wanted to leave? For me, the turning point came when I visited Chiang Mai, Thailand. I had taken two weeks off to backpack in Thailand, and had assumed that the lights and glitter of Bangkok would be my favorite stop on the trip. However, it was quieter Chiang Mai, with its calm moats, peaceful temples, and active expatriate community, that truly felt like... [Read more]
8Seasons4Women is a Lapland based company offering a great range of tours over the seasons. They are just one of the women owned companies on Women Travel the World They have a few spaces still on their March 2014 Dog sledding trips, so if this is on your bucket list – what about it? www.8seasons4women.com/wilderness-huskies-lapland/ www.8seasons4women.com/elk-huskies-lapland-women/ Sled-dogs... [Read more]
8 Seasons for Women are a Tour Company based in Lapland. They are Women Travel Lapland – here is some of their story… Where does our Name Come from? The Sami (indigenous People in Scandinavia) calendar has 8 seasons. Their traditional livelihoods were all close to nature, that´s why they needed to divide the 4 seasons into 8: Early winter, middle winter, spring-winter, spring, spring-summer,... [Read more]