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Vietnam and Cambodia Women-only Tour

This 14-day women-only journey to Vietnam (with Cambodia add-on) is an opportunity to discover these Southeast Asian countries through the culture, cuisine, history, scenery and people.

The journey begins in Hanoi where the group will take part in a cooking class, overnight on a houseboat and venture to the tribal region of Sapa. The group will move onward to the charming town of Hoi An and then to the bustling city of Saigon. For those interested, you may add on a trip to Siem Reap, Cambodia, where you’ll find the amazing temples of Angkor. ... Read more »

Seattle Culinary Tour for Women

Join Beth Whitman on this 5-day culinary adventure to her hometown of Seattle, a city known as the leader in Pacific Northwest cuisine. During this tour, you’ll experience some of Seattle’s best (and most iconic) restaurants, learn about Native American history in the Pacific Northwest, take a private food tour of the Pike Place Market and enjoy a cooking demonstration to prepare a special brunch using local ingredients. You’ll also visit some of the city’s best sweet shops including specialty chocolates and cupcakes. This tour is suitable for vegetarians and meat eaters alike. ... Read more »

Papua New Guinea – Mt. Hagen Show Tour

This unique 13-day cultural journey to Papua New Guinea includes the extraordinary chance to experience the Mt. Hagen Festival. This singsing attracts approximately 75 tribes from around the country. The adventure also features a tour of the Sepik River region and a stop in the Tari region, famed for the Huli Wigmen. ... Read more »

Bali and Java Women-only Tour

Join this 15-day journey through Bali and Java and discover the magic of these islands through their temples, arts, cuisine, stunning landscape and lovely people. You’ll spend six nights on Java exploring historic temples and visiting the volcanic mountains. Then you’re off to Bali for seven nights. Here you’ll see gorgeous rice fields, visit volcanoes and experience Ubud, a haven for culture and arts. The tour ends at a five-star resort overlooking the ocean. ... Read more »

Snowman Trek in Bhutan

Known as the hardest trek in the world, this legendary adventure is only for the experienced and determined trekkers. The route essentially combines the Jomolhari and Laya treks, passes through the Lunana region and ends at Bumthang. The trek includes breathtaking landscapes and ultimately reaches an altitude of about 18,480 feet. ... Read more »

Tanzania Safari Tour

This 10-day safari through Tanzania includes game drives through the Serengeti and Ngorogoro Crater region. Expect to see the Big Five. Also includes an optional Mt. Kilimanjaro summit hike prior to the safari. ... Read more »

Bhutan Cultural and Yoga Tour – Women-only

This 12-day women-only yoga and culture tour to Bhutan focuses on the country’s beauty and culture. It’s highlighted by optional daily yoga classes, a visit to Tiger’s Nest monastery and the popular Paro Festival. ... Read more »

Papua New Guinea – Mt. Hagen Show Tour

This unique 13-day cultural journey to Papua New Guinea includes the extraordinary chance to experience the Mt. Hagen Festival. This singsing attracts approximately 75 tribes from around the country. The adventure also features a tour of the Sepik River region and a stop in the Tari region, famed for the Huli Wigmen. ... Read more »

Santa Fe Culinary Tour for Women

Join this 5-day culinary extravaganza to Santa Fe. You’ll experience a hands-on tamale-making class, the Santa Fe farmer’s market, a guided downtown tour, and learn about the area’s Native American history, culture and cuisine. You’ll also be treated to a massage at one of the local spas! ... Read more »

Northern Thailand and Laos Hill Tribe Cultural Tour

This 13-day women-only tour provides unique insight into the hilltribes of Northern Thailand and Luang Prabang, Laos. It includes village visits, cooking classes, temple visits, a leisurely ride on the Mekong River, and sightseeing in Asia’s most exciting city, Bangkok. ... Read more »