Meet The Lost Girls
TravelChannel.com's girl getaway gurus, The Lost Girls.
Shortly after completing a 60,000-mile lap around the globe, The Lost Girls signed on with HarperCollins to turn their tales into a travel memoir, The Lost Girls: Three Friends. Four Continents. One Unconventional Detour Around the World. Shortly after publication, their book and story were optioned by Warner Bros. Studio and producer Jerry Bruckheimer for television.
Between working on their second book and overseeing their website -- now a thriving online community and information resource for women travelers -- The Lost Girls still find the time to take trips as a trio. Next stops: Puerto Rico, Prague and Nepal. Jennifer and Amanda reside in NYC, while fellow LG Holly lives upstate in Syracuse, NY.
Watch The Lost Girls' web series: Lost in NYC.
Lost Girl Jennifer Baggett
She's addicted to adventure and adrenaline. There's no bungee jump she won't do, or rainforest trail she won't hike. She's also the first one to hear about a local pub crawl, underground lounge or secret beach (and encourage the other LGs to go!).
One thing she’d never travel without: “My fellow Lost Girls! And a good book for a long train, plane, bus or rickshaw ride.”
Her favorite way to “get lost”: “Disconnecting from all email and internet and being willing to abandon even the best-laid travel plan for a spontaneous adventure!”
Lost Girl Holly Corbett
She’s fitness-focused and believes the best way to explore a new place is to jog or bike ride through it. Holly is also into the spiritual side of any destination -- how the locals connect with nature, family and their communities -- and seeks out authentic cultural experiences.
One thing she’d never travel without: “My running shoes.”
Her favorite way to “get lost”: “To make friends with a local and wander around a new town without an agenda or map.”
Lost Girl Amanda Pressner
She loves exploring funky up-and-coming neighborhoods, hotels and events in big cities such as Bangkok, Lima and Sydney. Amanda spends lots of time chatting with local store owners, artists, restaurateurs and performers about how they're shaping the landscape of their hometowns.
One thing she’d never travel without: “A universal memory card reader (for snagging my fellow travelers’ pics!).”
Her favorite way to “get lost”: “Hour-long $3 reflexology treatments in Laos.”