Recent Travel Articles

Iceland Retreats for Women

Iceland Retreats for Women

The tour operator ISlandfrauen offers women-only workshop trips in the Icelandic Westfjords. All travels take place outside the high tourist season. The destination of the trips is the small historic town of Þingeyri. In the unique nature of the Icelandic Westfjords – with towering mountains and harsh climate – women find time to oneself and discover the region. Helga, the founder of... [Read more]

#FilmTripping Paris

#FilmTripping Paris

Paris – a city that’s normally reserved for loved up couples – is so much more than simply the backdrop for yet another romance-filled weekend break. Paris is a city that’s spent centuries inspiring not just lovers, but artists, writers, designers, musicians and filmmakers alike – and wandering its breath taking streets, it’s not hard to see why. From Hemingway to Fitzgerald, Godard... [Read more]

Come to Mongolia with me…

Come to Mongolia with me…

I’ve had lots of overland experience throughout the world and have travelled to over 40 countries. My love for Mongolia takes me back every year to share it with like minded people. Dates of upcoming tours: 3-29th July  2015 Cultural Camping Expedition My travel partner and I are Australians and we have teamed up with a reputable, reliable Mongolian Family Company since 2009 to create tours that... [Read more]

Send Rosemary to Kerala

Send Rosemary to Kerala

Rosemary Neave is the face behind Women Travel Blog, she loves traveling and writing about traveling and she loves promoting tour businesses run by women to women travelers.  She is based in New Zealand and has entered this competition for bloggers for a two week two in Kerala in India. There is some great new ventures for women travelers in India, many of them run by Indian women.  She has set ... [Read more]

Encountering Portugal Through Sintra

Encountering Portugal Through Sintra

We took the red-eye flight so it would have been nice to have just hopped in a cab at the airport in Lisbon and gone straight to a hotel. But all for putting a little extra “adventure” into every trip we take, we tried to figure out which metro station would take us to the correct train station that would take us to the lovely little hillside town of Sintra, where he had booked a bed and breakfast... [Read more]

Are You a Poshpacker?

Are You a Poshpacker?

I think I am! Focusing on the market of interesting and creative hoteliers priced from $15 to less than $100 usd per person. I am not a 5* girl, never have been. I  like meeting people, engaging with the cultures of those I am visiting.  I don’t like those generic hotels that could be anywhere in the world, I like character, engagement, a window on the country I am visiting. The term Poshpacker... [Read more]

Women Trekking in Tibet

Women Trekking in Tibet

More and more travelers are interested in trekking in Tibet. This article mainly focuses on women trekking tips, dos and don’ts. After reading this, women will have a better understanding of trekking in such special area. Although Tibet is one of the safest destinations in Asia for female travelers, it is always advisable to have a company if you walk at night. The culture has few taboos that might... [Read more]

Women Travel Nepal – NEPAL | TIBET | BHUTAN

Women Travel Nepal – NEPAL | TIBET | BHUTAN

Gap Adventure Nepal  one of Nepal’s leading travel companies and trek operators, has recognised the opportunity for both to combine providing service for women travelers with opening up more opportunities for Nepalese women to be actively involved in tourism. They have set up Women Travel – Nepal as a Nepal local based company which means that trust and respect are of the utmost importance... [Read more]