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”
Women who want to get involved with places they visit – Click her for Volunteer links
Women Travel the World – Women Travel India is part of a wider network. We offer a network of women owned businesses around the world who cater especially for women travellers.
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Latest Women Travel India Stories
Kim Thanlinder first came to india in 1989, crossing the border from Nepal and arriving in Varanasi, a sacred city on the banks of the Ganges. India was so intense,exciting and overwhelming. At times I felt I was dreaming. I spent 3 weeks on that first journey and knew I wanted to come back. It […]
Anyone who watches the news would have seen Kerala badly affected by a huge monsoon event which overwhelmed much of the country. But water is also what makes this south west corner of India lush and vibrant, and they are keen to have tourists back. Mary Butterworth takes trips to Kerala in her Pure Kerala […]
Mela Joy writes Quite a lot of years ago, I used to go and stay at a wonderful health retreat in country Victoria. It was a great place that inspired a dream that I would one day be involved in a health and healing retreat. I soon started learning some healing modalities and was involved […]
Debbie Kindness is an Australian who fell in love with India and Nepal, and now spends her time introducing this part of the world to other travelers. Debbie’s Essence of India trips are designed especially for women and they are a regular part of her annual calendar – 23 days from Mumbai to Delhi. From […]
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 […]