At AdventureWomen, we know that just dreaming about exciting journeys abroad can be inspiring and uplifting. So we wanted to know what AdventureWomen dream of. What are their dream trips? Where do they want ... Read more.
For many, the chance to have meaningful cultural interactions with other women and community members living in our destinations is the highlight of an international trip, and it’s something our guests tell us that ... Read more.
When it comes to women’s hiking boots, they can make or break your outdoor vacation. If your hiking boots don’t fit properly or are not the correct type of boot for the terrain or ... Read more.
Amazingly, 2016 is AdventureWomen’s 34th year in business. Time sure flies when you’re having fun planning and running adventure travel vacations for women all over the world! At AdventureWomen®, we have many, many repeat ... Read more.
When traveling abroad and encountering different dining situations, it’s always a good idea to get to know the dinner table rules or dining etiquette in different countries, especially if you eat out at local ... Read more.
Are you thinking about one of our AdventureWomen hiking, biking or multi-activity adventure trips? Are you not sure if you are physically capable of handling the trip itinerary? Or have you already signed up ... Read more.
At AdventureWomen, we’ve heard many excuses women sometimes use for NOT traveling…but what about the best reasons TO travel this year? Here are our top 5 reasons for women, everywhere, to take that transformative ... Read more.
Many of our guests have asked us over and over again, “Travel insurance. Do I really need it?” AdventureWomen values you as a client and wants to do everything possible to make your chosen ... Read more.
The media continues to aggressively cover the Ebola outbreak in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea, scaring potential safari-goers from going on safari even in East and Southern Africa, well outside of the impacted West ... Read more.
AdventureWomen was featured in Curves Magazine in a piece about Carol Koesel, Curves client: “In March 2007, Carol Koesel stood at the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, watching hikers descend the steep trail. ... Read more.