Women Travel the World connects women travellers to women run tours and accommodation around the world.
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
Mary Hamilton Smith, director of Australian Womens Travel writes about her favourite place to stay in Paris. Join her on one of her tours. Le Marais situated in the 3rd & 4th arrondissements, is my very favourite place to stay in Paris. I have been staying regularly in this enchanting area since the early eighties and I have seen many changes over the years, for me it just keep getting better and... [Read more]
Fancy the idea of booking, packing and jetting off? Easy as… Whether you’re the spontaneous type who loves to disappear with just a week’s notice, or you prefer to plan a little further ahead, there are a fantastic range of last minute holiday deals to destinations all over Europe and beyond – and something’s bound to take your fancy. The good news is that last minute... [Read more]
Lyn and Chris are New Zealanders who, as well as running The Gables Guest House at Akaroa, have for 13 years been leading small group tours to Italy. As chefs and foodies, their tours have always had a cooking theme – shopping at local markets, demonstrating how to cook and then of course eating the food and drinking the wine. For the first time Lyn and Chris are offering a weeks cooking school... [Read more]
Anita Reid Guest Blogger writes about Outback Australia Some women seek adventure on their holidays to have an amazing experience that pushes them as much it enriches them. It’s the philosophy I take with me when I travel. What is the point of going somewhere new and spending your time buried underneath luxury service, manicured gardens and marble-top bars. I’m not saying that I don’t enjoy... [Read more]
What happens when you put together a professional photographer who loves landscapes, amazing skies, sunrises, sunsets and fabulous architecture with Incredible Nepal? A Photography Tour with the most amazing opportunities to capture landscapes, people, architecture, wildlife and more. See below for some of the photos Incredible Indian Tours run a number of specialty photography trips – they... [Read more]
Morrocan Invitation to come in When I ran Waihoihoi Lodge as a guest house for traveling women, I found it interesting that although women were on ‘holiday’, it was mostly something more than that. Their time out was framed not only as an escape, but as an opportunity to be open to new experiences, to growing, to encountering new ways of being. They are in a magic ‘Liminal’... [Read more]
The lovely ladies behind Women Travel were kind enough to let me contribute to this fantastic site. My name is Hannah, I own a villa in Menorca and have recently published my Ultimate Guide to Travelling with Children, if you haven’t already I would love for you to check it out. I have expanded on one particular area - how to keep the kids happy while on the plane, some useful tips and ideas... [Read more]
Christmas shopping divides opinion. There are those that dread it, and those that look forward to it all year. Most would agree however that mad dash amongst heaving crowds and emptying shelves on Christmas eve, trying to buy everything in one hit, is no-one’s idea of fun. With the right setting and careful planning however, Christmas shopping can be completely magical and stress free, even with... [Read more]