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London - Art of Intuitive Photography

London Weekend Workshop

Art of Intuitive Photography

Mindy will guide you on how to capture moments and stories as we explore some touristy and less touristy areas of London.  What if it rains? There are plenty of museums and markets! Bring your camera/smartphone and a comfortable pair of walking shoes.
Wanderwomen Ireland

Women-only Tour to the Wild West of Ireland

WanderWoman Tours and Retreats

In Search of the Celtic Queen Granuaile with special guest author Anne Chambers. This epic journey to Ireland includes: Excursions with author Anne Chambers and archaeologist Michael Gibbons – Privately guided tours and walks with local experts in the Burren, Cong, Westport, Clare Island, Connemara, and Medieval Galway
UK Spa and Cultural Break - Tunbridge Wells

UK Spa and Cultural Break – Tunbridge Wells

Diva Destinations

Relax, Rejuvenate & Explore in the company of like-minded women on our hosted UK Staycation. Join us on our hosted UK Spa & Cultural Break Staying in the beautiful Spa Town of Royal Tunbridge Wells, The Garden of England County of Kent
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Ramsgate Kent Long Weekend

Her on a Hill

Grade: low-Moderate Fancy a long weekend away from it all? Feel the need for some fresh sea air, scenic coastal walking and a bit of company along the way? Join us for this new holiday based in the coastal town of Ramsgate in east Kent. With the largest marina on the south coast and elegant Regency architecture, Ramsgate is a great base for a walking holiday.
The Ultimate Scottish Adventure

The Ultimate Scottish Adventure

Girls’ Guide to Paris and Beyond

The absolutely best time to see Scotland is in summer during the Highland Games. Enjoy getting underneath the skin of this mystical land during our 8-day luxury tour for women and wander through some of the most stunning parts of Scotland. Explore the UNESCO site of Edinburgh with its incredible history, spend time meandering through extensive gardens on the west coast and enjoy visiting some iconic sites on the Isle of Skye with its 400 miles of jagged coastline. The dramatic light of the Outer Hebridean Islands will sweep you away. Attend the Highland Games near Dornach a summer tradition dating back to 1835. Our experienced and knowledgeable guide will bring the Scottish scenery to life with tales of clans, battles, medieval folklore, magic, fairies and even witchcraft which will leave you wanting to return very soon.
Fiddling, Flowers & Seafood On The Irish Coast

Fiddling, Flowers & Seafood On The Irish Coast

Girls’ Guide to Paris and Beyond

Come explore the Western coast of Ireland with Gloria Frank, an Irish expert and Hibernophile (like a Francophile for Ireland), who’s made exploring Ireland her long-time passion. Gloria has an Irish soul and when she plans a trip it’s a labor of love.
Tea in Cornwall – the Southwest Coast of England

Tea on Cornwall

Girls’ Guide to Paris and Beyond

This is a unique, magnificent and women-only luxury trip of glorious English gardens, castles, mansions, ancient cathedrals, quays, rivers, harbors and cragged cliffs in Devon and Cornwall.
Scotland hiking

Scotland: Hiking the Highlands and the Coast

Adventure Women

Hike through the most beautiful landscapes of Scotland with AdventureWomen  as you experience this independent and hardy country, from the charming village of Pitlochry loved by Queen Victoria and the rugged terrain of the Scottish Highlands to the bucolic seascape of Scotland’s West Coast.
Brittany’s Seaside

Brittany’s Seaside

Girls’ Guide to Paris and Beyond

The Pink Granite Coast to Monet’s Island to Medieval Guerande The seaside charm of Brittany will take your breath away and inspire you just like it did for Claude Monet and Paul Gauguin in the previous century. On this bucolic romp through the best of Brittany, we’ll start in the north on the Pink Granite coast in a très chic resort town, before meandering down the shimmering shoreline to discover a picture-perfect village which was sacred to the Celts for more than 2,000 years.
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Scotland – Outlander Story

Womens Travel Network Canada

The history, scenery, and legends of Scotland have come alive in the TV series  Outlander, based on the best-seller series by American author Diana Gabaldon. On this tour, we will experience Scotland as the home of Gabaldon’s heroes Jamie and Claire by visiting many of the sites that double as their fictional land. We’ll see the standing stones, romantic castles, and sweeping scenery that inspired the books.  As we are swept away into Jamie and Claire’s world, we’ll discover a magical mix of mountains, lochs, forests and glens, in a land steeped in fascinating history, culture and heritage.
Scotland hiking

Scotland: Hiking the Highlands and the Coast

Adventure Women

Hike through the most beautiful landscapes of Scotland with AdventureWomen  as you experience this independent and hardy country, from the charming village of Pitlochry loved by Queen Victoria and the rugged terrain of the Scottish Highlands to the bucolic seascape of Scotland’s West Coast.
Cumbrian History and Rambling

Cumbrian History and Rambling

Women’s Outdoor Holidays (UK and more)

Award winning writer, broadcaster and local historian, Beth Pipe will share the fascinating stories of the local area and its inhabitants, on some less strenuous walks around the Northern Lakes. Don't worry, it won't be all be dry and boring facts and figures - Beth is one of the most fabulous, fun and infectious people (but not in a Covid way) I have ever met!