Welcome to WOMEN TRAVEL INDIA
We have a network of women owned accommodation around the world – not so many in India, but we hope this might grow.
Read the Stories of women traveling in India, and a special series on traveling in Kerala in South West India.
Deepti’s photography blog celebrating the women of India
Celebrating Women and Travel and India
Women in India, Women visiting India
Who is the Woman Traveller? Who uses this website?
Single women travellers
“Joining a small women’s tour group was fantastic – we had such fun and I tried some things I have never dared try before”
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Latest Women Travel India Stories
by Hilary Mackenzie Twenty-three days in Tamil Nadu and Kerala! I had never been to India before, and though I felt a somewhat daunted before setting out, I soon fell in love this part of the world. We travelled in a small group of six brought together by Mary Butterworth’s company Pure Kerala. We were […]
Romes Wellness Waynroots – Inspired by Universe-Powered by Ayurveda and Propelled by Love “Touching people’s life through heart and heal them is my soul purpose” Rome, Founder of Waynroots Philosophy – Rome writes… Born & brought at religious place in Vajareshwari, near Mumbai in Brahmin family, raised by spiritual parents, and bestowed with company of […]
Amritsar – Serenity Bangla As a single woman traveller I wanted the comfort of a homely atmosphere for my first few days in India while I settled back into the Indian way of life. Serenity Bangla is an amazing homestay in Amritsar in the Punjab in north-east India that hosts people from all over the […]
When I travel to India I stay at mid-range hotels (approximately AUD$50 per night). These are not backpacker hostels, nor are they global brand name hotels and they are often frequented by international and domestic tourists. The following traits have become apparent over my visits and I wanted to share these with other travellers so […]
Like other American girls I like to spend holiday season at home in an idyllic ambience with family and friends. I initially had reservations about investing time in touring the rich heritage and culture of India. My friends challenged me to try something new. So, I planned a trip to India with Jane Smith, my […]