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Girls Who Travel is an education and empowerment community dedicated to helping women explore beyond their boundaries. We welcome all people who identify as non-masculine/non-male to connect, educate and inspire each other with their stories, fears, knowledge, questions, and ideas. Because together we make each other strong. We hope you will join us and see the world.

Girls Who Travel

Girls Who Travel is an education and empowerment community dedicated to helping women explore beyond their boundaries. We welcome all people who identify as non-masculine/non-male to connect, educate and inspire each other with their stories, fears, knowledge, questions, and ideas. Because together we make each other strong. We hope you will join us and see the world.

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6 Tips for Taking the Trail Less Traveled

By Girls Who Travel / September 6, 2019

Many of us retreat to the trail when we need a little bit of peace and quiet. These days, however, trails can sometimes feel like a highway at rush-hour and quiet can be hard to come by. Uncontrolled crowds can […]

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Girls Who Travel | How to Deal With the Post-Trip Blues

How to Deal With the Post-Trip Blues

By Girls Who Travel / September 4, 2019

Ahh the post-trip blues – we’ve probably all felt them! Let’s lay out the scenario: Going on a trip is almost always an exhilarating experience. You spend so much time planning where you want to go, booking the flights/hotels/etc., thinking […]

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Cryin’ cuz I’m Dyin’ in Zion National Park

By Girls Who Travel / September 2, 2019

Last autumn I had the opportunity to visit Zion National Park. Iโ€™d seen the park for years in pictures and film and had been itching to get out there for forever. I flew into Las Vegas and made the three-hour […]

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Coastal Maine: Highlights of New England's Prettiest Fishing Towns | Girls Who Travel

Coastal Maine: Highlights of the Prettiest Fishing Towns

By Girls Who Travel / August 23, 2019

I’ve been visiting Maine in the summer since I was a little girl. As a full time resident of the Canadian Maritimes, I’m no stranger to a lobster boat, I’m not too shy to bait a hook, I’ve fallen asleep […]

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Traveling through Chilas in Pakistan | Girls Who Travel

Chilas: A Hidden Destination in Pakistan

By Girls Who Travel / August 21, 2019

Chilas is a small town located in the Gilgit-Baltistan region of Pakistan on the river Indus. It is part of the Silk Road connected by the Karakoram Highway and N-90 National Highway, which link it to Islamabad and Peshawar in […]

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Bruges: A Modern City with Ancient Charm

By Girls Who Travel / August 16, 2019

My most recent trip brought me to Bruges, Belgium. What I heard about the city fascinated me somehow, so it was clear that I have to go there on my own. You need to know that Belgium has three official […]

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