Solo female travel is one of travel’s most rapidly growing and increasingly influential demographics. But staying safe in new, unfamiliar places remains a valid concern, especially when booking accommodations through home-sharing networks like Airbnb or Couchsurfing. While these sites offer the opportunity for more localized, authentic, and generally cheaper travel experiences, staying in a stranger’s house in a strange city will still raise red flags for many women.
With that in mind, female-travel brand Wanderful has created its very own home-sharing digital platform, the first network of its kind specifically designed with women in mind. But it’s not all about safety precautions. Wanderful is equally about creating both real-world and digital spaces where women can meet and cultivate meaningful connections with other women around the world, and that mission extends to their home-sharing platform.