Girls Trip is a transformative travel experience focused on female empowerment! We host trips to various African destinations with the goal of empowering future female leaders through mentorship, while taking in the sites and dining around town with high profile business women and local industry leaders.

Our uniquely curated travel experiences allow women from all over the world to safely explore an African city with confidence and purpose. Think of it as ‘Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants’ with less soul-searching and more self-actualization.

the Mission

Girls Trip seeks to facilitate solo female travel in Africa by curating an ecosystem of local and expatriate women who can host or guide female travelers exploring their locales.

Travelers can engage our ecosystem during curated trips or on self-scheduled trips planned using our platform.

the Vision

Girls Trip helps female travelers explore Africa on their own terms, and in exchange, leverages their expertise to impact the next generation of female leaders across the continent through our mentorship program.

Our mentorship program provides high achieving girls around Africa access to life-changing opportunities including interships, business grants, and scholarships.


the #squad

Candace Nkoth-Bisseck — #1 on Forbes30under30, Candace is currently a Transformation Facilitator at Stanford Seed, helping SMEs in Africa scale-up their business using innovation. Previously, Candace was the country manager of the eCommerce website Jumia Market in Cameroon.

Regina Honu  An Ashoka and Aspen Fellow, Regina is a social entrepreneur who runs the first coding and human centered design school in West Africa. She was listed on the BBC's 100 Women 2017.

Tania Habimana  Tania is a serial entrepreneur who recently launched Threads Stitched by Standard Bank, a fashion accelerator based in South Africa.


the #girlboss

Eyitemi Popo is the founder of Ayiba Magazine, an award-winning online platform that chronicles Africa’s Renaissance.

She has been invited to speak at Yale, Columbia, The Harvard Club, The Brooklyn Museum, and to Prime Minister Trudeau of Canada. In 2017, Eyitemi was named by Colombia’s Manos Visibles as a “Who's Who” in the African Diaspora and a Leading Woman by BusinessDay Nigeria. Through her work amplifying the African female voice in media, she was selected to work with Danone Paris to promote women’s leadership in Africa through their Program EVE initiative.

Eyitemi graduated with high honors from Mount Holyoke College, a Seven Sister school (all-women’s college in the U.S.), which boasts graduates like Hillary Clinton and Gloria Steinem. She also holds a Master’s in Digital Experience Innovation from the University of Waterloo and is certified in digital publishing from NYU.