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Tours for Women around the World

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Tours for Women around the World

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Great Barrier Womens Adventures NZ

Great Barrier Island Garden Tour Weekend

Women’s Adventures NZ

This is a unique opportunity to view a variety of residential gardens on the Island. We will travel to some of the more remote parts in the north of Great Barrier Island where the homes are only accessible by boat. You will need to have a good level of fitness and wear tramping footwear. The garden tour ticket includes tour transportation, a scrumptious Morning Tea and a charming Devonshire Afternoon Tea. The weekend includes a charity dinner on Fri night and the Market Day and Rose Competition on Sunday.
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West Coast Wilderness Trail Womens adventures nz

West Coast Wilderness Trail

Women’s Adventures NZ

This adventure has all the bells and whistles! As well as cycling we'll be doing the Treetops Walk, the Scenic  Waterways Eco Boat trip, the day trip to Punakaiki and the Paparoa Track, free beer tasting at Monteiths in Greymouth and some other freebies as well. The price includes pretty much everything including the upgrade to e bikes! From Ross to Greymouth on the wild west coast of the South Island, this 132km cycle trail takes you through a land rich with history of the pioneers, early settlers and gold diggers who first settled here. At the end of the cycle trail we stay the night in Greymouth before our day trip to Punakaiki and a 3 hr walk on The Paparoa Track. This track was created as a memorial for the 29 miners who lost lives in the Pike River Mine disaster. A detailed itinerary and gear list will be sent out.
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Twin Coast Cycle Trail Womens adventures nz

Twin Coast Cycle Trail

Women’s Adventures NZ

Cycle this historic 87km trail from the East Coast to the West Coast, starting at Opua next to the Bay of Islands and finishing at Horeke on the Hokianga harbour. This is a smooth surface, generally flat and easy, Grade 1-2 cycle trail. We cycle along an old railway corridor, on road reserves, over bridges, around lakes and through historic towns. We'll be driving up on Friday morning, doing the Haruru Falls walk and staying at Paihia before starting the trail on Saturday morning. We stop in Kaikohe for the night, finish the trail on Sunday and drive home that evening. Costs include 2 day cycle hire and transfers, 2 nights accommodation and petrol.
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rahui Coastal Loop Womens Adventures NZ

Rahui Coastal Loop, Remutaka Rail Trail and Explore Martinborough

Women’s Adventures NZ

Get ready for the perfect week away! Our road trip from Auckland will stop overnight in Taupo on the way there and back. (If you are not from Auckland you can meet us in Taupo or in Tinui at the start of the trail.) The Rahui Coastal Trail is fully catered, except for one dinner, our luggage is transported for us and the cost includes e bikes. We’ll also be exploring the Remutaka Rail Trail by bike as well as the local Martinborough area, wining, dining and even some shopping (why not!) in nearby Greytown. Price includes everything except for a few meals and the hot pools in Taupo.
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Cavalli Islands kayak Womens Adventures NZ

Cavalli Islands 3 Day Kayaking Adventure

Women’s Adventures NZ

The Cavalli Islands are known as one of THE best kayaking locations in New Zealand. Tara Mulvany, who is the first woman to kayak the South Island, Stewart Island and the North Island, described it as “Aotearoa’s best sea kayaking location.” Join us on this guided kayaking adventure as we explore these islands with their amazing rock gardens, their many caves and tunnels and the golden sandy beaches.
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Artisans Sapori e saperi

Courses with Italian Artisans

Sapori and Saperi Adventures – Flavours and Knowledge of Italian Artisans

​​Join on of our intensive courses for professionals and keen amateurs with theoretical and practical sessions during which you learn with Italian professionals in your area of interest. Since there is a lot of hands-on practice, you return home being able to produce what you've been learning about. Course instructors are available after the course to answer questions by email. Advanced Salumi - Art and Science of Gelato -  Theory and practice of Italian Cheese - Truffle - Mozzarella - Olive Oil
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cheese-making Sapori e saperi

Theory & Practice of Italian Cheese

Sapori and Saperi Adventures – Flavours and Knowledge of Italian Artisans

Learning to make cheese takes an hour. Learning to make good cheese is a lifetime’s work. This course will give the novice enough training to make some simple cheeses, but its main aim is to give professional artisan cheesemakers the opportunity to share and enhance their knowledge by working with five Tuscan cheesemakers who have been making cheese every day of their lives. Their cheese and ricotta are expressions of an unbroken tradition handed down to them from their parents and grandparents, some made in a single pot from the milk of their own animals and some to which a little modern technology has been applied without obliterating their character. The course covers cow, sheep and goat milk cheeses. It is taught in English.
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cheese-making Sapori e saperi

Theory & Practice of Italian Cheese

Sapori and Saperi Adventures – Flavours and Knowledge of Italian Artisans

Learning to make cheese takes an hour. Learning to make good cheese is a lifetime’s work. This course will give the novice enough training to make some simple cheeses, but its main aim is to give professional artisan cheesemakers the opportunity to share and enhance their knowledge by working with five Tuscan cheesemakers who have been making cheese every day of their lives. Their cheese and ricotta are expressions of an unbroken tradition handed down to them from their parents and grandparents, some made in a single pot from the milk of their own animals and some to which a little modern technology has been applied without obliterating their character. The course covers cow, sheep and goat milk cheeses. It is taught in English.
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cheese-making Sapori e saperi

Theory & Practice of Italian Cheese

Sapori and Saperi Adventures – Flavours and Knowledge of Italian Artisans

Learning to make cheese takes an hour. Learning to make good cheese is a lifetime’s work. This course will give the novice enough training to make some simple cheeses, but its main aim is to give professional artisan cheesemakers the opportunity to share and enhance their knowledge by working with five Tuscan cheesemakers who have been making cheese every day of their lives. Their cheese and ricotta are expressions of an unbroken tradition handed down to them from their parents and grandparents, some made in a single pot from the milk of their own animals and some to which a little modern technology has been applied without obliterating their character. The course covers cow, sheep and goat milk cheeses. It is taught in English.
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Olive Oil Sapori e Saperi

Olive Oil – Tree to Table in Tuscany

Sapori and Saperi Adventures – Flavours and Knowledge of Italian Artisans

For olive growers, oil producers, vendors, chefs, nutritionists and food lovers.You’ve tasted olive oil and cooked with olive oil, but what do you really know about the juice of the olive? In the heart of Tuscany, professional olive oil judge Elisabetta Sebastio leads you from olive grove to mill to extra-virgin oil in the bottle.  You learn how to taste and judge oil; how to detect defects and what causes them, the role of olive oil in the Mediterranean diet, how to use it in the kitchen and at the table. During the course you will taste 25 different oils from various regions of Italy. You'll make gelato and chocolate with olive oil and prepare truffles with it. In five days, you’ll master the basic knowledge to become an expert. All it takes is to continue practising.
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