Too often, the travel industry depicts women travelers as being blonde, white, and thin. Now, grassroots organizations are doing something about it.
Visit these woman-owned hotels and restaurants that are drawing travelers to destinations outside of New York City and across the State.
From checking bags to getting through airport security, experts share their best tips for traveling with a disability.
From our new book Wanderess, we share some of our favorite women’s travel tips to help you globetrot safely and confidently.
With programs that empower women, Basecamp Explorer is setting a precedent for responsible safari tourism in more ways than one.
Put your money where your allyship by supporting the Black travel community year-round, not just during Black History Month.