HERITAGE/ Let’s Go Girls

Women only tours are getting more and more popular. Explore France or India and discover the world traveling solely in women’s company.


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Choosing a Women’s Tour

Choosing a Women’s Tour

Tomas Haupt

The opportunities for women to travel today are numerous and the possibilities endless. You can travel independently in the company of other like minded women and enjoy the camaraderie, safety, and comfort of women traveling together. Deciding on whether to travel solo or join a women’s only tour can be challenging. How does a woman choose a tour company to travel with? First, consider your personal style of travel. Are you a budget traveler, a luxury traveler or somewhere in between. It is ...
Women Share the Essence of India

Women Share the Essence of India

Bill Alen

Before I joined the “Women Only” 23-day tour of Northwest India offered by Incredible Indian Tours (incredibleindiantours.com), plenty of people asked me what made this itinerary different from a mixed tour with men and women participating. “Endless shopping … spa treatments? … luxurious cuisine?” they only half-joked. Despite being well-travelled, I had never been on a women-only tour before so I had no response. The group would be small, a maximum of 10 on all this company’s tours, and I fe...
Fun in the Sun and a Whole Lot More…

Fun in the Sun and a Whole Lot More…

Gary Diskin

The Languedoc-Roussillon region has over 750,000 acres of vineyards and is the biggest producer of wine in France. What better place for six women to base themselves for ten days of pleasure and delight. What do you get when you put six women in one place? A whopping good time. There is nothing better than sitting drinking coffee or quaffing wine with women who know how to have a good time and what better place than being in the south of France in summer. French Kissed Tours is specifically des...
Femin-Spirit of India

Femin-Spirit of India

Bill Alen

Visiting India for the first time, I had no idea how my life would change. It was never the ashrams or gurus that attracted me – India was simply a fabulously exciting, fun, crazy, amazing place to travel. India was cheap and a great place to meet like minded travelers, make friends with the wonderful locals, eat copious amounts of sensational food and take advantage of awesome photography opportunities. In no time I had fallen deeply in love with India and all things Indian. A decade or so late...