Women Travel the WorldTours for Women Around the World
At any one time Women Travel the World has over 200 tours on offer for women travellers. These are not just from one company, but from over 150 companies which are focused on organising trips for women travellers.
Whether you want to wine and dine your way around Europe, trek in Nepal, or ride a camel in the desert, there is something for you on the Women Travel Tour Calendar.
What women have said about these tours
The highlight for me was definitely the night in the desert – such an amazing experience. I also loved the camel ride and getting to meet the locals. I felt I was able to get a feel for the culture too – this is something I have found lacking on other tours I have done
- I loved the way I could fall blissfully to sleep at the end of a great day and know that someone else was in charge of planning the next day – all I had to do was turn up.
- Great value – I think it would be hard to get better price by organising it all myself, and I did not have to spend hours figuring out how to get from A to B.
Our small group of eight was a perfect size and we had such fun – we became such good friends, and have kept in touch with each other.
- Meeting local women was a highlight for me – we found out about their lives, and shared those lives for a time – I remember learning to make fresh spring rolls in a simple kitchen, and then eating them. Now that was memorable.
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