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.
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.
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.
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
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