Join AdventureWomen in 2020 on a multisport women’s adventure to explore Costa Rica’s rainforests, wildlife, ecosystems, and coastlines. Go rafting, horse riding, hiking, and try a zipline. Experience waterfalls, jungles teeming with wildlife, volcanoes and hot springs.
The Salkantay Trek to Machu Picchu is an intimate opportunity to feel the heartbeat of ancient history in the land of the Incas. To walk above cloud forests up into the high mountains is an unforgettable experience.
Cruise aboard a private yacht with Adventure Women and discover a fascinating world on an active adventure in the magical Galapagos Islands in Ecuador, home to some of the most fantastic and unique wildlife on the planet!
Bolivia is a landlocked country and sometimes referred to as the “Tibet of South America” due to its high altitude. Bolivia is not for the faint of heart. Among its must-see sights number the "world's most dangerous road," and endless desert salt flats; even its capital – La Paz, the highest in the world – is hard to reach. Extend your stay! Make it a Grand Tour by combining this tour with our Peru Tour.
Embark on this amazing journey with the Women's Travel Club to Peru. We will visit many beautiful areas in Peru as we work our way to the highlight of the tour, Machu Picchu. After our visit to this iconic site, we board the Andean Explorer and enjoy a scenic rail ride to Lake Titicaca.
Peru: Heart of the Pachamama with Puma Quispe Singona
Heart of the Pachamama with Puma Quispe Singona
A Sacred Journey of Healing, Andean Medicine, and Energy Work
Sep 28 - Oct 8, 2022
Andean Medicine Man and Wisdom Keeper, Puma Quispe Singona, guides us through the spiritual heart of Peru, from Machu Picchu & the Sacred Valley to Lake Titicaca
Journey into the past and present on a Peru adventure that treats you to the spectacular Inca ruins of Machu Picchu and brings you face to face with unique cultures and the diverse wildlife in Peru’s Amazon rainforest!
The beloved Tambopata Research Center is the only lodge that lies within the Tambopata National Reserve, making it one of the most remote lodges in South America! The lodge's pristine location means it's surrounded by the best wildlife the Amazon jungle has to offer. There are no humans nearby, so you can see more monkeys, Macaws and other large and endangered species than anywhere else. One in three guests here even spots a Jaguar!
Our South American extravaganza includes scenic landscapes, rich history, amazing wines and superb cuisine. We begin in dynamic and modern Santiago, Chile where colonial mansions sit beside skyscrapers and we visit the captivating coastal city of Valparaiso with its vibrant art scene. After experiencing all the highlights in Santiago, we will spend the day on a dramatic crossing of the Andes to Mendoza, Argentina. Here we will sample some of the marvelous wines and exquisite cuisine of the region. The grand finale to our trip is Buenos Aires. Here we visit charming San Telmo’s cobbled alleys, the resplendent 19th-century Teatro Colón opera house, the palace, grave and museum of Evita, and learn about San Martin, the Liberator of Argentina. We will taste some of the best beef in the world at a gaucho’s Estancia in the Pampas. We will see the sultry Tango over dinner and drinks in a city that is fiery hot and never sleeps.
Textiles are intrinsically woven into the fabric of Guatemala. This journey through the central regions delves into the cultural and historical significance of textiles in Guatemala. From the lush valleys to the foreboding volcanoes, we not only visit different communities but will immerse ourselves in the extraordinary landscape of this country.
Through the Eyes of Weavers, Artist and Activists, Plus Day of the Dead
We will learn about the textile traditions and arts through visits to artists studios and indigenous communities in the Antigua and Lake Atitlan regions. We will learn about indigenous culture and history. This trip is a mix of exploration, education and service.
Every day on this Machu Picchu hiking trip with Adventure Women via the Salkantay Trail, you’ll be treated to visual splendor that will take your breath away; from the vibrancy of the greenery in the lower valleys, to the pristine elegance of the treeless slopes of the Peruvian Andes, and the stunning brilliance of glistening glaciers atop peaks that stand more than 20,000 feet high.
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