Women Who Travel: We’re Going to Mexico

From pilots violation a potion roof during 35,000 feet to a solo travelers visiting any nation in a world, Condé Nast Traveler’s Women Who Travel has spent a final dual years celebrating a trailblazing women who exclude to stay home and essay to hold a sky. Through storytelling, podcasting, a Facebook group (now over 130,000 members strong!), and monthly meetups, it’s also developed into a protected space for self-identifying women to share experiences, barter transport tips, and form new friendships. So, it’s usually healthy we’ve begun roving a universe together—and that we couldn’t stop with only one destination.

Earlier this year, we launched a Women Who Travel organisation trips to Colombia, where we’ve schooled to do all from dance champeta in Cartagena to prepare bandeja paisa in Medellin. The best part, though, is that we’ve got to accommodate like-minded women who we already wish to transport with again—which is because we’ve motionless to broach a second Women Who Travel destination. Next stop? Mexico.

Just like a Colombia trips, a Mexico channel will be run in partnership with El Camino Travel, a female-owned debate association that focuses on immersive, obliged organisation transport experiences. They’ve managed to make organisation transport cool by scratching a debate buses and umbrella-waving guides, and adding elements like an on-trip photographer and internal creatives as hosts. Of course, to make certain this outing delivers for a community, we’ve given a channel a editorial touch: a Condé Nast Traveler editors have scouted any meal, stay, and knowledge on a ground, all with a organisation of self-identifying womanlike travelers in mind. The knowledge will be intimate, too: With only 15 spots on any trip, a outing is designed to feel like a getaway with friends, even if we uncover adult as a celebration of one.

Over 9 days, we’ll cranky off dual of a country’s vital destinations: Mexico City and Oaxaca. Mexico City has been commanding everyone’s list for a past few years, interjection to final meal-worthy transport tacos, pattern holy grails like a Museo Soumaya , and, of course, Museo Frida Kahlo, and a consultant internal guides will assistance us navigate a collateral city. In Oaxaca, we’ll try a country’s ancient roots and artisanal heritage, with dishes centered around a region’s abounding moles, visits to artist’s studios and workshops, and copiousness of small-batch mezcal tastings to rinse it all down. We’ll also get to know a women behind a experiences—from lunch with a internal womanlike businessman in Mexico City, to an afternoon spent on a family-owned agave plantation alongside a mama who keeps things running.

Interested? You have dual sets of dates to select from: Sep 21-29, and Nov 9-17. Plus, there are only 15 spots on each, so act quick if we wish to join us. Each outing will be led by a internal guide, Natalia Auza, and will come with an on-trip photographer who will broach professionally-edited photos of your outing to your inbox any morning. Plus, on a Nov trip, you’ll have a event to transport alongside a Condé Nast Traveler editor. Oh, and did we discuss it’s going to be really, unequivocally fun?

Read a full channel and book your mark now on El Camino’s website.

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