As women of color, we can experience travel (and most things) differently than other races. But, our experiences are what makes us stand out. I want you to imagine that you are speaking to a younger sister, who is interested in traveling. Imagine that you are responsible for instilling in her, valuable information that can help her to be a better, more informed traveler.
I asked two amazing bloggers, and they showed up and answered the call to help empower women of color who are #TravelingwithBlackGirlMagic. I want to thank Tiffany of Tiffany Travels and Kemkem Casinelli of The Next Bite of Life.
The below questions are to spark the conversation, leading you to give your best advice to her so that she’s an informed traveler.
What was the first trip you took and how did it fuel your desire for travel?
What advice would you give to women who are #travelingwithblackgirlmagic (women of color)?
What countries would you recommend for women of color to explore?
What was the worst thing you’ve experienced while traveling?
What was the best thing you’ve experienced while traveling?
How did these (best & worst) shape your view of #travelingwithblackgirlmagic?
How do you feel about solo travel for women of color? And where would you recommend for a first-timer?
What’s your best budgeting practice(s)?
What things do you wish you would have known prior to your travel ventures?
Kemkem C. – Use ATM’s once on ground as they tend to have very good rates
Kemkem C. – Travel Responsibly! Don’t get too wasted because you need to have your wits about you. Safety first.
When she’s not traveling the world, she enjoys planting the seeds of growth and prosperity for small businesses and entrepreneurs. She’s an accredited Travel Designer, who specializes in curating unique, Caribbean and Luxury ventures. She's a travel marketing expert, who loves to make her passions her paycheck while teaching women to do the same.
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