In celebration of International Women’s Day, the United States Tour Operators Association (USTOA) highlights women-focused itineraries offered across the globe from Iceland to Ireland and Japan to Chile. Each program offers small group, immersive experiences that allow you to pursue a passion or check a box on your bucket list. The collection of small group, women-only trips in 2020 include some great options.
Incredible Iceland with Northern Lights
smarTours’ seven-day, women-only tour through Iceland takes you through Reykjavik and Vik, with opportunities to see the Northern Lights, Seljalandsfoss & Skogafoss Waterfalls, and more. Departure is available on October 29 starting at $2,399 per person.
Authentic Ladies Tee Time
Authentic Vacations offers a nine-day tour of Ireland’s five-star golf courses, designed for a private group of women who are interested in golfing the Emerald Isle’s lush landscape, experiencing fine dining, and relaxing at spas. Private group tours are available starting at $3,248 per person.
Japan Zen – The Art of Simple Living
Perillo’s Learning Journeys’ 11-day women’s journey explores Japanese culture in Tokyo and Kyoto, where you will attend meditation sessions, stay in a traditional ryokan inn, and participate in sake tastings and cooking classes. Departure is available on May 31 starting at $5,475 per person.
Chile with Patagonia
SITA World Tours’ six-day, women-only adventure through Chile and Patagonia takes you to Chile’s wine country in Casablanca and Curacavi and a day in Torres del Paine National Park, with trip extensions available to Easter Island and Buenos Aires. Departure is available on November 12 starting at 3,810 per person.
More itineraries offered can be found online on the USTOA tour operators website. The member companies of U.S. Tour Operators Association provide tours, packages and custom arrangements for travelers. This affords unparalleled access, insider knowledge, peace-of-mind, value and freedom to enjoy destinations and experiences across the entire globe. Each member company has met the travel industry’s highest standards, including participation in the USTOA’s Travelers Assistance Program, which protects consumer payments up to $1 million if the company goes out of business.
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