Join us on a Damesly Adventure!


If you’re reading this, chances are you’re a lady who loves to travel. Perhaps you’ve been traveling using our guidebooks for a while now, or maybe you’ve just come here from our awesome New York Times feature this week.

Either way, I want to invite you on a journey you’re going to love.

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I recently founded a company called Damesly, that features tours for creative and professional women. Our next upcoming adventure is a photography tour called Cameras + Canyons, which will take you through the Grand Canyon, Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend, led by National Geographic cinematographer Jaye Callahan.


The idea for Damesly is simple: Bring together inspiring and empowering women on awesome tours that boost their creativity and help them boost their careers.

It’s travel 2.0. It’s reimagining what we can do together in a group, traveling the world. It gives you the chance to meet and get to know women in professions you admire. It’s a brain meld, with travel, of the best variety. It’s as if we took the Women’s Travel Fest on the road, but narrowed it down into a trip for only 12 inspirational women.

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There are still a few spots left for our September adventure Cameras + Canyons (leaving September 23-26th). I promise you this tour will help you increase your knowledge and skill level when it comes to photography, and that you’ll leave with a new group of badass girlfriends who support you and your dreams.

Don’t miss the boat on this awesome adventure.

Sign up now and join our tribe!



About Author

Kelly Lewis is the founder of Go! Girl Guides, the Women's Travel Fest and Damesly. She's an optimist, an adventurer, an author and works to help women travel the world.


  1. I am interested in volunteering in elephant orphanage, anywhere in the world. I prefer Africa to Thailand, but how do I go about finding information on such adventure? thanks. Judy

    • Hi Judy, all of our guidebooks have free volunteer information in the back of them. Thailand we have a lot of information on, but I will do some research about Africa for you as well. Thanks for reaching out! – Kelly

  2. Andree Spark-DePass on

    Hi, I was JOYOUS to read your N.Y. Times article this morning. I was literally thinking this morning that I need to travel more by myself. Please put me on your mailing list.

    Thank you, Andree

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