New York Times Features Marybeth “Pioneer in Women Travel”

| June 26, 2016 | 0 Comments

For advice, ideas, tips on women travel, the New York Times recommends Marybeth.

“Marybeth was a pioneer in women travel long before books like “eat, Love, Pray” made the concept popular. Q&A: She tells about creating her brand: Gutsy and best and worst travel experiences.

Marybeth is a journalist, editor, author based in San Francisco. She has traveled to over 100 countries on 7 continents and writes for National Geographic.  Outside Magazine featured Marybeth on the cover with her travel stories and advice and The New York Times interviewed her in recently about Millennial Travel.

Five years ago, Marybeth biked across America with her daughter; 3,100 miles over 3 months from California to Virginia with her 22-year-old daughter. They used social media, their blog, and television appearances, and a corporate sponsor to raise over $52,000 in support of the National Osteoporosis Foundation.

Recently Marybeth tracked polar bears and swam with Beluga whales in the Canadian Arctic, and kayaked through icebergs in Antarctica.

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Marybeth She has published 12 books and is ranked #1 Women’s Travel Expert on Google Searches.

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Category: Women, TIPS, Adventure, Safety Tips, Cultural Exploration, Family, Travel, Girlfriend Getaways, Solo Travel Tips, Student Travel Tips

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Marybeth Bond, National Geographic author, writer. Twelve books, explored overed 100 countries on 7 continents. Featured guest on The Oprah Winfrey Show and founder of She has been featured over 1,000 times on TV, radio and print. She is a Contributor to National Geographic, Yahoo Travel, Travelgirl Magazine, CNN, CNN Airport Network. Speaker, spokesperson, author, travel expert, Marybeth, the Gutsy Traveler walks the talk. She's an adventurer; biked 3,200 miles, two months across the USA, traveler to over 100 countries. Media travel expert for CBS News, CNN, ABC, NBC, NPR and National Geographic.

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