DESIGNED BY THE EDITORS OF CONDÉ NAST TRAVELER
FOR WOMEN, BY WOMEN
Since launching in 2017, Condé Nast Traveler’s Women Who Travel has built a community through storytelling, podcasting, a Facebook group (now over 140,000 members strong!), and monthly meetups. It’s acted as a platform to celebrate all those bold travelers out there, but it’s also evolved into a safe space for self-identifying women to share experiences, swap travel tips, and form new friendships.
Next on the agenda? We want to start traveling the world together, too.
Women Who Travel has teamed up with El Camino Travel for a series of trips to Colombia, Mexico, and Cuba. Fusing the expertise of the female-owned company with Condé Nast Traveler editors’ touch, the itinerary has been designed with an all-female group in mind—and like all El Camino trips, it will be immersive, support local businesses, and take you to the heart of each destination. Most importantly, it will be fun. The trip will be led by women, including El Camino Travel’s local guide and will come with a photographer to let you focus on the moment, not the ‘gram.