You’ve just landed in Seoul.

As your plane touches down, you think to yourself, “I sure wish I knew someone here.”

Now you do. In every city around the globe.

Introducing the world’s sisterhood of women travelers. 

Join us.

“Wanderful is the female traveler’s new best friend.”

-Carlie D.

Online Community

Plan your trip and get travel advice from a closed online Facebook community of kind women who can help guide you.

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In-Person Sisterhood

Meet other travel lovers at home or connect with the local chapter when you travel for cross-cultural sisterhood (or a dinner buddy).

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Global Events + Trips

Make lasting friendships at a global community event or on a small group trip.

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You Belong Here

We believe in cross-generational, multicultural, inclusive community for women

and non-binary people around the world.

We celebrate women who look, think, and travel differently.

You are invited and welcome into our sisterhood.

"I’ll never forget how comfortable I felt being surrounded by women who were like me, who wanted to see the world and encourage others to do the same. Being welcomed by this positive and supportive community was exactly what I needed.

Brianne M.

Recent Articles

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It’s Not Just Black and White: An African-American Woman’s Adventures in Denmark

| Global Issues | No Comments

I’m going to be completely honest with you; before I met the Danish boy that would soon become my partner, I had little knowledge of the quaint, chilly country of…

The Wanderful Woman’s Guide to Iceland

| Destinations + Itineraries, Europe | 3 Comments

Iceland can be described in one single word: captivating. It is home to natural spectacles such as snow capped mountains, hot springs, and rainbow-arched waterfalls, along with the sights and…

How to Make Going Home One of the Best Parts of Going Abroad

| Travel Tips | 4 Comments

As the plane made its final approach, my eyes filled with tears and a lump formed in my throat. I took a deep breath and reminded myself that I could…