Updated on November 1st, 2022
When you decide to book your long-anticipated adventure to a bucket-list destination, start your search by looking for women-owned and women-friendly tour operators that cater to your interests.
JourneyWoman Verified: When you see “JourneyWoman Verified,” this means we have reviewed and validated the company’s experience, safety and ownership. If you have questions about a tour company please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
No single supplement: Hotels, cruise lines and some travel companies base their pricing on two people in a room. A single supplement is the surcharge added to the fare of a passenger traveling alone in a room that was designed for use by more than one person. Companies that offer ‘no single supplement’ do not charge extra for women to travel solo. To avoid paying more to travel solo, look for tours that offer ‘no single supplement’, find a travel partner, or negotiate the difference before you book a tour. Other strategies can be to travel in ‘low’ season, look for deals, or use a travel advisor.
Read the reviews: Each tour company has been invited to have its guests provide an honest assessment of their services. We recommend that you take the time to read this feedback and also consider how the company responds.
Proof of vaccination: Some tour companies require proof of vaccination. Please check before booking any travel.