This year’s Women’s Travel Festival is celebrating its sixth year. It will be held from March 8-10 in New York City.
Speakers of the event include Jessica Nabongo who is on her way to be the first black woman to travel to every country, TV host and videographer Rachel Rudwall, Travel Channel host Oneika Raymond, award-winning author and travel photographer Lọlá Ákínmádé Åkerström, editor-in-chief of Travel Fashion Girl Alexandra Jimenez and a variety of influential female speakers.
The first day of this year’s festival, March 8, includes add on workshops on travel writing, photography, art walks and it just happens to be International Women’s Day. March 8 and 9 are filled with panels about creating careers in travel, working with different brands from a variety of different speakers.
An individual Saturday or Sunday pass is $197 each, a weekend pass is $397 each and if you can’t make it in person a virtual ticket is $97.
Producers of the festival Kelly Lewis and Mickela Mallozzi have created a travel event for women, by women. Women’s Travel Fest encourages women to feed their curiosity and wanderlust and learn ways to monetize it.
The Travel Addict is looking forward to exploring New York City in March as we attend the festival. So whether you want to do some networking or build up personal and professional travel skills this year’s Women’s Travel Fest is the place to be.