Welcome to the newest area for Camping for Women: Travel and Adventure!
For those ladies who have more of a desire to spread their wings, travel and savour the great outdoors on a global scale, this section is especially for you.
Here we publish feature stories, information, articles and reviews of extraordinary places and feats of adventure that are yours for the taking – or just to enjoy as a visitor to this page.
By Shazia Chiu
Preparing for an international trip is often a lengthy process. Packing, making sure you have all the proper travel documents, finding someone to watch your pets or home, and making arrangements at your destination takes time and effort.
If you anticipate camping at all during your trip, you’ve probably thought about renting or buying camping gear in-country. However, a bit of extra effort before your trip can save you a lot of money and help you avoid the stress of dealing with unfamiliar gear.
There are so many things to love about camping, but despite its ubiquitous nature in many Western countries, it’s not practiced widely all over the world.
That means that sometimes when you go to other countries, often less developed countries, it can be difficult to explain what camping is, and why you want to do it.
By Lynley Joyce
It’s because deserts can also be stunningly beautiful with a wide range of plants and wildlife tenaciously hanging on to the rugged and sometimes dramatic landscape.
Read on to discover how to ensure you stay safe while enjoying a desert hike.
By Phoebe Hodina
Here’s a list of retreats that will give you some great stories not only from their locale, but from your accommodations as well! Some are a little more rustic than others, but all are completely original.
Travel and Adventure Reviews
By Kristine MacMillan
This review summarizes all aspects of this event where a Canadian, an American and a New Zealander joined forces in a great adventure to raise money for charity.
At the bottom of the review is the video compilation of actual footage showing how it all happened over a period of 14 days, from the start all the way to the finish line.
The Colorado Trail runs almost 500 miles from Denver to Durango and is divided in 28 segments.
From the trails, there are multiple points to do additional trails, visit different areas along the way, and even climb some 14ers (mountains over 14,000 feet in elevation).
Have you considered exploring Utah’s famous Zion National Park in winter?
Check out this review and photos to see if you are game to embrace all this experience has to offer.
Titcomb Basin is one of those destinations that will leave you changed. It’s nestled in the Wind River Range, in Western Wyoming and well worth seeing.
Do you have an international travel and/or adventure experience to share with readers and subscribers? Let us know. We would love to work with you to showcase this to fellow women travelers, explorers and adventurers. Get in touch by dropping us a line on our knowledge sharing page.