Best Women Travel Websites
Adventure Divas (www.adventuredivas.com) — Home to Holly Morris’ video documentaries, web and print media information.
Being A Broad (www.being-a-broad.com) — Started in Tokyo in 1997, Being A Broad has already helped thousands of women make the most of their lives in Japan through an active discussion board, a personalized life-coaching service, and a number one best-selling book. Other chapters of Being A Broad are growing throughout the world, starting with online discussion groups covering topics specific to each country.
JourneyWoman (www.journeywoman.com) — An online travel resource for women based in Canada. The site features eclectic articles, tips for women travelers, and an online newsletter.
PinkPangea.com is a well-designed online community created for international women travelers to acquire travel information geared specifically for women. Women can find and share women-focused advice and experiences through photos, anecdotes, and comments. They also offer a 12-week travel writing course designed especially for women.
Solo Lady (www.sololady.com) — From Lea Lane, author of Solo Traveler, this site includes tips and encouragement for women who are living and traveling solo.
Travel Lady Magazine (www.travellady.com) — Packed with over 10,000 travel articles written by more than 200 professional travel writers. The site is sorted by destination and special interest for easy searching.
Ugogurl (www.ugogurl.com) — Author Elaine Lee wrote Go Girl!: The Black Woman's Book of Travel and Adventure. Her website showcases writings about African American travel and is an inspirational site for women of color.
Wanderlust and Lipstick (WanderlustAndLipstick.com) — More than a companion website to the Wanderlust and Lipstick guides (The Essential Guide for Women Traveling Solo, For Women Traveling to India and Traveling with Kids), it is a website filled with tips and information for women travelers and includes articles, a blog network and product recommendations. Also includes information on the company’s tours for both women and men.
Women on the Road (www.women-on-the-road.com) — A website by women for women who dare to travel on their own—and love it! Find sensible safety advice, innovative travel ideas, health tips, information on money matters—and anything else you will need to know as an independent woman on the road.
Women Travel the World (www.womentravelblog.com) — A website dedicated to connecting women travelers through tour and accommodation listings that are female-friendly. Includes extensive list of articles.
Women Travel Tips (www.womentraveltips.com) — The website of travel writer and editor, Marybeth Bond. This is an excellent resource for women travelers and includes tips for business, adventure, family, and solo travel.