Exploring Tanzania with AdventureWomen is the perfect choice for a first-time safari, where you’ll get to stay in custom-designed glamping tents, travel with expert naturalist guides, immerse yourself in local culture, and best of all, see more African wildlife than you could have imagined!
Venture across Ireland on a breathtaking hike that winds near the Rock of Cashe, through the Glen of Aherlo, and onto the Beara Peninsula. Along the way, participate in Irish traditions and meet local entrepreneurs – including a brewer and an oyster farming family- for the full Irish experience.
Costa Rica: An Active Exploration of Jungles and Wildlife
Join AdventureWomen on a multisport women’s adventure to explore Costa Rica’s rainforests, wildlife, ecosystems, and coastlines. Go rafting, hiking, and try a zipline. Experience waterfalls, jungles teeming with wildlife, volcanoes and hot springs. These are what makes this unique country so special
Galápagos Islands: Wildlife Cruise by Private Yacht
Cruise the Galápagos Islands by private yacht for an unforgettable and awe-inspiring wildlife experience. From the giant land tortoises and endearing marine iguanas to blue-footed boobies and descendants of Darwin’s finches, witness nature’s infinite variety in one of the last pristine places on Earth.
Travel to Oregon with AdventureWomen for an exhilarating lodge-to-lodge whitewater rafting trip on the stunning Rogue River! Whitewater raft for four days on the Rogue River, one of the original eight rivers in the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act
Morocco: Sahara Sands, Markets, and a Feast for the Senses
Experience Morocco as only an Adventure Woman can! On this spirited 14-day cultural journey in Northern Africa, explore Morocco’s traditions, visit mountain villages, local markets, discover its diverse landscapes, taste tantalizing Moroccan cuisine, and travel by camel to a secluded desert camp!
Join AdventureWomen for this breathtaking lodge-to-lodge trek to the Incan ruins of Machu Picchu. Take the quieter, challenging Salkantay route and hike in the footsteps of Incan farmers, master stone cutters, chieftains, and the Incan emperor himself.
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