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5 Black-Owned Travel Businesses You Need To Know About

By Girls Who Travel / June 17, 2020

Welcome to the second part in Girls Who Travel’s series highlighting WOC in the travel world! Today, we are spotlighting 5 of our favorite Black-owned businesses who cater to tools for travel. The Nomadness Tribe Started by Evie Robbie in […]

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WOC Travel Instagrammers You Should Be Following

By Girls Who Travel / June 15, 2020

Girls Who Travel is starting a new series highlighting Women of Color in the travel world. We’re kicking the series off by featuring WOC Instagrammers you should be following! @SadGirlsClub   View this post on Instagram   A post shared […]

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Girls Who Travel Book Giveaway: Eat, Pray, #FML

By Girls Who Travel / March 18, 2020

Social distancing doesn’t mean you have to give up your social life. The Girls Who Travel virtual book club just celebrated 1,000 members and now we’re having a giveaway of for our next book club read 𝔼𝕒𝕥, ℙ𝕣𝕒𝕪, #𝔽𝕄𝕃 signed by […]

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Girls Who Travel | Movies

10 Travel Movies To Stream When You’re At Home

By Girls Who Travel / March 17, 2020

With what seems like the whole world shutting down most of us will be spending a lot more time at home. We have compiled a list of movies that keep you traveling in spirit. Bridget Jones’ Diary This movie makes […]

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Girls Who Travel | 10 Tips for Self-Care in Quarantine

10 Tips for Self-Care in Quarantine

By Girls Who Travel / March 14, 2020

Due to the global pandemic, many in our travel community are in isolation. For many of us, introverts and extroverts, this can be incredibly stressful and it can be hard to care for your physical and mental well being when […]

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Girls Who Travel | Coronavirus COVID-19 Travel Update

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Travel Update

By Girls Who Travel / March 12, 2020

With all the news these days creating a heightened awareness about the spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19 or nCoV), it is natural that we as travellers around the world are on edge. There is still much to be discovered about […]

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