Accommodation for Women Travelers around the World
Rosemary Neave began Women Travel NZ primarily as an accommodation network to link up the women’s accommodation on offer around New Zealand. This group into a website that connected Tours for women as well as accommodation.
Because of the development of ShesWanderful, a new women’s homesharing network which has emerged in the USA, Rosemary decided to support this network, instead of continuing an independent network for women’s accommodation.
I hope that women will support this new Wanderful Homesharing network – both as travellers and as hosts.Rosemary Neave
Join Wanderful Homesharing …
An exciting identity verified homesharing network and rent your home to interesting, kind women from around the world. More
- Firstly Create an Account. Go Here and at the top of the page click sign up. As a member you can browse listings, book a stay and add your own home to share if that is what you would like to do.
- Secondly if you want to share your home or property for women to stay in Submit a listing
- Any trouble at all, and they can help
It is free to list, and the network is funded by a small proportion of any booking.
Travel for Free
There are various networks in which you can exchange labour for accommodation and food – usually four hours work for full board.
- Wwoofing – Willing Workers on Organic Farms is one
- HelpX – Help Exchange
Links to Work Exchange and Volunteering – Click here
What about Dining With the Locals?
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