About the Women Who Travel community
Women Who Travel is a Facebook Group for Travelers with roughly 151K members. It uses a forum format for communication.
In their own words
Welcome to Conde Nast Traveler's Women Who Travel group, a place where all self-identifying female travel lovers can join in conversation about what it means to travel as a woman today.
Girls Love TravelGirls LOVE Travel is a global community of over 1 million active and aspiring womxn travelers providing resources and empowerment to one another to explore the world fearlessly through safety, socializing and support. We welcome any individual who identifies as female/femme/womxn, non-binary, trans, genderqueer, agender, or any combination of the above!
TravellerspointTravellerspoint helps you discover new destinations, organise your trips and share your travel experiences
WanderfulWanderful is a global lifestyle brand and community that helps all women travel the world by connecting them to their biggest asset – each other. We do this by: Activating a live online/offline network of women travelers to create support, share resources, and build sisterhood, Encouraging the growth and success of women building businesses in travel, especially digital content creators, and Advocating for the travel industry to be more equitable, inclusive and thoughtful.
FlyerTalkFlyerTalk features discussions and chat boards that covers the most up-to-date traveler information. An interactive community dedicated to your favorite topic: travel! That's right: all travel, all the time. The FlyerTalk forums are open for business 24 hours, 7 days a week. Even better, all travelers -- from vacation travelers to mileage junkies -- are welcome in the community. Just choose a forum and you can get to the business at hand: conversing about programs, how to make the most of your miles and points, general travel, airports, destination and dining information.
America’s National ParksThis is a group for lovers of all 400+ National Park Service sites and is managed by the hosts of the America's National Parks Podcast (you can find the show on most podcast apps or at www.nationalparkpodcast.com). You may be political in this group as long as it A) relates directly to the NPS and B) remains civil. Sharing links in this group, including personal blogs and YouTube videos IS allowed for ACTIVE members. An active member is defined as someone who is in the group for at least two months and during that time is commenting, share non-promotional posts, and interacting with the group. Once active, all personal links must include conversation-starting text ("Check out my latest blog" is not acceptable). Members must not abuse link sharing, and be involved in an active discussion of the post. Let's keep profanity out of the group. We're all adults, and most of us use it from time to time, but little eyes are often looking over our shoulders. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact an admin. We are more than happy to help. Thanks!