Edenton, North Carolina, is known for its waterfront views, historic architecture and Southern hospitality. Most vacationers, luxuriating in a Victorian B&B or dining on fresh seafood, probably wouldn’t think of it as a hub for women’s empowerment. But this laidback town has a rich heritage of powerful women, dating all the way back to the 1770s.
The Many Roads to Freedom: The Women Living the #VanLife
What if we could live our whole lives with the freedom a road trip affords us? A growing number of women are doing just that — shedding their homes, mortgages, and traditional jobs for a full-time life of the open road. These are the bold women living the #vanlife.
Free Luggage Storage for Wanderful Members via LuggageHero
When Beth found herself with heavy suitcases and the cobblestone streets of London, LuggageHero was there to help. Now, all Wanderful members get a free day of luggage storage too!
Broadening the Skies: How Norwegian Air is Making Travel Better for All of Us
What would a low-fare long-haul flight actually feel like (or to put in more direct terms, would it be bearable)? And is it really making air travel better? Wanderful’s CEO and Founder Beth Santos takes you aboard!
A Wanderful Woman’s Guide to Traveling While Sober
During my twenties, I pursued stamps in my passport with the same unquenchable enthusiasm I chased glasses of wine. Traveling and drinking: This is the life (I believed) of an independent, adventurous woman on a mission to experience all of the world.
Getting to Know Metro Detroit Through Our Local Wanderful Chapter
We sat down with Chapter Director, Simone Neuber, to get to know a bit more about what makes Metro Detroit such a hot spot for travelers and what she loves best about her adopted home!
Getting to Know Philadelphia Through Our Local Wanderful Chapter
Wanderful continues to grow all throughout the world and we’re excited for you to get to know more cities through our local chapters! First up? Philadelphia, Pennsylvania!
How to Travel with a Food Allergy
Having a food allergy shouldn’t limit you from being able to travel the world. These tips from Emily will help you prepare, be safe, and have the confidence you need to get out there and explore.
How to Travel as a Same-Sex Interracial Couple
After getting married in 2017, my wife and I started to travel. And in our travels, we’ve come across a few challenges unique to us as an interracial, same-sex couple. Will we be safe? Do we need to be more conscious of our PDA? Can we present ourselves as married? While we haven’t let those challenges stop us from exploring, I’ve gathered a few tips that hopefully will help you along your own journeys!
Virtual Visit: 30 Minutes in Quito, Ecuador
Travel without leaving your chair — or needing a passport! Join us as Wanderful Ambassador Ely takes us around some of her favorite sites in her home city of Quito, Ecuador. If you’re planning a visit or just want a virtual getaway, you don’t want to miss this!
The Wanderful Woman’s Guide to Iceland
Check out our travel guide to Iceland, put together using recommendations and tips from our very own Wanderful members. We’re here to convince you to book that flight, ASAP! Iceland…
Why There Has Never Been a Better Time to Walk the Camino De Santiago, Especially if You Are a Woman
When my partner asked me whether I would consider walking the Camino de Santiago with him, I said yes straight away. Despite my quick and certain response, what I actually…
What It’s like to Travel as a Genderqueer Person
Sometimes gender can’t be read upon first impression. And as you’re probably imagining, this can make a lot of daily situations awkward or unpleasant. As a genderqueer person, I find…
The Wanderful Woman’s Guide to Visiting India
Wanderful members are always asking us — and each other — about different travel destinations around the world. If you’re a member of our Wanderful Women Who Travel Facebook Group,…
How to Decide on Your Perfect Honeymoon Destination
After linens, signature cocktails, reception playlists, and which shoes you’re going to wear, it’s easy to get caught up in the wedding planning process and leave the honeymoon decisions until…