Women Who Travel

By Condé Nast Traveler

Condé Nast Traveler editors Lale Arikoglu and Meredith Carey dissect the realities of traveling as a woman today, high-fiving all those shaking things up in food, hospitality, adventure, and travel journalism, and celebrating all the reasons why we refuse to stay home.

  1. 1.
    How Travel Has Helped Us Process Our Grief
    45:06
  2. 2.
    How Padma Lakshmi Cooked Her Way Through the Pandemic
    31:37
  3. 3.
    How Has the Travel Industry Supported the Black Community Since Last Summer?
    35:40
  4. 4.
    What We Wish We Knew Before Moving Abroad
    35:17
  5. 5.
    How Ceremonia's Babba Rivera Finds Joy in Challenging Times
    34:41
  6. 6.
    The Outdoors Industry Needs to Elevate Native Women’s Voices
    37:27
  7. 7.
    Finding Sisterhood Among Black Female Pilots
    39:27
  8. 8.
    Handbag Designer Akosua Afriyie-Kumi on Finding Inspiration in Ghana
    27:39
  1. 9.
    Immunity Passports, Free Flights, and Other Travel Questions, Answered
    34:32
  2. 10.
    Where Do Restaurants Go From Here?
    34:43
  3. 11.
    Getting Ready for Travel in a Post-Vaccine World
    39:00
  4. 12.
    Travel Host Samantha Brown on Spending Nearly a Year at Home
    29:30
  5. 13.
    The Books Helping Us Escape Right Now
    37:41
  6. 14.
    Introducing SELF: Checking In
    1:05
  7. 15.
    How I Became a Professional Surfer in Hawaii
    29:01
  8. 16.
    How to Make Every Day Off Feel Like a Real Vacation
    29:41
  9. 17.
    You’ve Got Holiday Travel Questions—We’ve Got Answers
    34:22
  10. 18.
    Blair Braverman on What it Took to Complete the Iditarod
    41:13
  11. 19.
    How the ‘Green Book’ Shaped a Generation of Black Travelers
    31:59
  12. 20.
    How Hawa Hassan Built a Cookbook Around East African Grandmothers
    28:31
  13. 21.
    4 Travelers on Life Around the World
    50:48
  14. 22.
    Photographer Cristina Mittermeier on Dedicating Her Life to the Ocean
    33:52
  15. 23.
    How We're Thinking About Money for Future Trips
    38:50
  16. 24.
    I Deserve This: Searching for Peace and Serenity Underwater
    27:24
  17. 25.
    Answering Your Travel Questions, Part 6
    38:22
  18. 26.
    How Travel Taught Me to Love My Body
    41:44
  19. 27.
    Author Yaa Gyasi on the Ghana Trip that Inspired ‘Homegoing’
    28:09
  20. 28.
    Ruth Reichl on the Future of Restaurants and Traveling for Food
    29:22
  21. 29.
    I Deserve This: Prioritizing Traveling for Myself
    25:14
  22. 30.
    Women's Gear Still Isn't Where We Want It to Be
    39:23
  23. 31.
    The Reality of Being a Digital Nomad
    34:34
  24. 32.
    We’ve Got Even More Book Suggestions
    38:19
  25. 33.
    Sara Nelson Won't Stop Fighting for Flight Attendants
    36:37
  26. 34.
    I Deserve This: Traveling to Fuel My Creativity
    24:09
  27. 35.
    A Candid Conversation on What Family Travel Means This Summer
    35:09
  28. 36.
    How One Adventurer Spent 293 Days Alone at Sea
    40:40
  29. 37.
    The Best Trips We've Taken Recently Are to the Wine Shop
    38:48
  30. 38.
    How to Shop for Meaningful Souvenirs
    34:56
  31. 39.
    A Conversation With Ibeyi, Music's Coolest Sister Act
    36:25
  32. 40.
    Summer Travel Is All About Figuring Out Your Comfort Zone
    40:40
  33. 41.
    How the Travel Industry Should Support Black Women
    40:44
  34. 42.
    What It's Like Running a Restaurant Right Now
    29:31
  35. 43.
    What Rock Climbing Taught Me About Facing My Fears
    34:07
  36. 44.
    We Answer Your Most Pressing Questions About Coronavirus and Travel
    37:24
  37. 45.
    Elizabeth Gilbert on Travel After "Eat, Pray, Love"
    40:26
  38. 46.
    Catching Up with Catherine Cohen
    24:29
  39. 47.
    The Books We’re Turning to Right Now
    44:59
  40. 48.
    All Our Complicated Feelings About Travel Right Now
    38:02
  41. 49.
    How I Became a Travel Writer: Sarah Khan on Life on the Road
    38:00
  42. 50.
    Jenny Slate Says It's Okay to Feel Lonely
    35:10

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