Quantcast
10 Places To Take A Girls Trip This Summer
Getty Images

10 Places To Take A Girls Trip This Summer

Life & Travel

Summer vacation season is in full effect and that means if you haven't already started, now is the time to start planning that ultimate summer getaway with your girls. Long before last summer's hit movie, girls' trips were an annual celebration of sisterhood, memories, and turning up to full capacity.


If it's been a hectic six months and you're in desperate need for some rest and relaxation with all the members of your girl squad, we have some destination choices you're sure to love. There's a little something for everyone, including wine-tasting, islands, beaches, and nightlife. Since many of us only take one to two vacations a year, it's important to make each experience a worthwhile collection of celebration, fun, and new adventures.

Check out our list of the best summer vacation destinations for you and your girls—and let us know where you plan to go this summer!

1.New Orleans

brown and gray 3-story buildingPhoto by Rosie Kerr on Unsplash

This was a no-brainer for a spot on our list! After the huge success of last year's hit film Girls Trip, groups of girlfriends galore were planning their next vacation to NOLA as soon as they left the theater. New Orleans has practically everything you need to have an amazing vacation experience with your girls. There's the NOLA nightlife, the rich cultural history, irresistible food, and knowing you're in one of the last places in the country that truly appreciates the beauty of jazz.

Want more stories like this? Check out these xoNecole related reads:

5 "Friends" Who Need to Be Excluded From Your Next Girls Trip

How To Travel The World With A Full-Time Job

4 Affordable Bucket List Travel Destinations You Can Do On Any Budget

Featured image by Getty Images

Black woman with an afro and tube top laughing

If you have been on social media for any significant amount of time this year you may have come across women saying that they are in their “villain era.” For these women, being a villain means embracing the negativity and judgment from others that comes when you say “no” to people, and living your life unapologetically. For them, being a villain means letting the chips fall where they may when you no longer allow other people’s ideas about you to restrict you from living the life that you want and deserve.

Keep reading...Show less
The daily empowerment fix you need.
Make things inbox official.
Niecy Nash Says Her Relationship With Jessica Betts Is The First Time She Has Felt 'Fully Seen'

When Niecy Nash-Betts announced she was married to musician Jessica Betts, many people were surprised. The Emmy-nominated actress has a history of dating only men and was even married twice prior to meeting her wife. However, Niecy has become an example of the saying “love is love” and she and Jessica have been open about their relationship ever since.

Keep reading...Show less
How Each Of The Zodiac Signs Get Over A Break-Up

Have you ever wondered how some people tend to get over breakups easily, and others have more of a difficult time? The zodiac signs are always telling a story, and the story of love is written in the stars. Some signs naturally follow their emotions more and live by the heart. Others signs focus on balancing their head with their heart and can rationalize this type of change in their life, such as a breakup. People get over breakups in their own way and in their own time, but wouldn’t it be nice to understand more about how you process this experience yourself, or how someone you know or have been involved with gets over a breakup?

Keep reading...Show less
Hulu Series ‘Reasonable Doubt’ Will Be Your New Obsession

Raamla Mohamed created Hulu's latest series centering Black women, Reasonable Doubt. And we love anything created by a Black woman for Black women.

Keep reading...Show less
'Abbott Elementary' Proves That TV Can Build Community

The first time I thought about how art could be a form of community building was with HBO’s Insecure. The dearly departed comedy series created and starring Issa Rae provided audiences with more than just weekly laughs over the course of five years, but it also created space for other Black artists and entrepreneurs to thrive-- from all the Black businesses that the show has collaborated with to the Black music artists that the show has put audiences onto. It even created opportunities within entertainment journalism for many up and coming Black journalists who got their start by reviewing the show or hosting after shows unpacking the mess that went on in the episode.

Keep reading...Show less
Exclusive Interviews
Latest Posts