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    Just 10 Really Great Travel Groups For Women Who Love To Travel

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    1. AdventureWomen

    Timstarkey / Getty Images, Adventure Women

    From hiking across the Camino de Santiago route to hanging with penguins in Antarctica, AdventureWomen will take you on group trips to exotic corners of the world with travel-loving women, who are also looking to challenge themselves both physically and mentally.

    Promising review: "Each day since returning from Peru, I sit in front of my computer and scroll through the images we all captured and shared with each other. There are so many wonderful memories!" - Faye Jacobs, AdventureWomen

    Destinations: North America, South America, Europe, Africa, Asia, and Antarctica

    Cost: $2,990+ (includes accommodations, ground transportation, some meals, guided sight-seeing)

    2. Wild Women Expeditions

    3. REI Women’s Adventures

    4. Women High On Adventure

    Ren Fuller, Piper Rastello

    Women High On Adventure (WHOA) coordinates meet-ups with local women in the places your group ventures to, so you can experience each destination with locals who share your same passion for adventure. Think trekking to Machu Picchu with local mountain guides who can take you up less trodden paths.

    Promising review: "I climbed Mount Kilimanjaro with them in 2016 and next year will be hiking to Everest Base Camp. It was my first 'solo' trip in that I flew to Tanzania alone, but we had 22 ladies climbing Kili as a group." - travelfearlessly, Tripadvisor

    Destinations: South America, Africa, Europe, and Asia

    Cost: $2,550+ (includes accommodations, meals, guides, ground transfers)

    5. Fit & Fly

    John Herr

    For those who always make a point to keep up with their fitness routine while traveling, Fit & Fly's trips are for you. Whether it's HIIT, surfing, yoga, or sculpt classes, you won't miss a day of exercise while you're out exploring the world with your new group of fitness-loving friends.

    Promising review: "I'm usually an Airbnb and food truck kind of traveler and while I work out, I'd certainly never list fitness as a hobby. I was a little bit nervous when I booked this retreat but I SO enjoyed myself and would recommend Fit & Fly to anyone." - Sarah, Fit & Fly Testimonials

    Destinations: North America, Europe, Asia, and Africa

    Cost: $3,200+ (includes accommodations, meals, fitness classes, excursions, ground transportation)

    6. Adventures in Good Company

    7. FP Escapes

    8. Living Big Travel

    9. Damesly


    Damesly aims to stay at women-owned hotels, dine at women-owned restaurants, and do business with women-owned companies as much as they can. While traveling, you'll be immersed in workshops with leading business women across the globe, and learn about local communities from the perspectives of the women you meet.

    Promising review: "It was truly a pleasure meeting the other women on this tour. We laughed, we cried, and we ate ice cream together." - Kenecia, Damesly Testimonial

    Destinations: North America, South America, Europe, Africa, and Asia

    Cost: $1,850+ (includes accommodations, meals, ground transportation, activities)

    10. Goddess Retreats

    Goddess Retreats

    Goddess Retreats offer a more niche experience than a lot of other tour groups, honing in specifically on wellness. Their Bali retreats focus on yoga, meditation, and fitness, while their Japan retreat is all about skiing and snowboarding. Whatever trip you choose, it'll end with a luxurious spa visit, so you can make a full recovery from your week of exercise.

    Promising review: "I felt really safe, really nurtured by everyone there. There was nothing I had to worry about. The yoga sessions were lead by two of the most amazing teachers I have ever had that it motivated me to practice yoga and meditation regularly when I got home." - sunnysideup546, Tripadvisor

    Destinations: Bali and Japan

    Cost: $1,999+ (includes accommodations, meals, activities, spa treatments)

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    The reviews in this post have been edited for length and clarity.