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Ways to Go
Ready for a girl’s trip? We make it easy with our women’s only travel tours, led by our expert, all-women team of Travel Directors. You’ll share the joy of travel with like-minded ladies, all while exploring the world and even meeting inspiring business women along the way. Whether you want to round up your girlfriends or do it solo, you’ll be free to let your best self shine on our women only trips.
Women's only tour inspiration
Are you dreaming of breaking out of your daily routine? Whether you want to see the fairy-tale façades of Barcelona or the rose-red walls of Petra, our women only journeys are the perfect way to get a big dose of adventure with the support of an all-female group.
There are dozens of benefits from connecting with other women and forming friendships, to travelling with greater ease, confidence, and support. Many women feel free to be themselves and simply have more fun when travelling on women only tours. And forget about being the third wheel! Many solo women travellers prefer trips for women only, as it’s easier to meet like-minded women, share rooms, and avoid single supplements.
The easiest way to plan a solo trip as a woman is to first pick out your dream destinations and travel goals. Check out our women’s only tours and speak to our friendly team for inspiration. Then, all you have to do is book your favourite Trafalgar women’s only trip, pick your flights, pack a bag, and you’re on your way to exploring the world with a bunch of incredible women.
There are dozens of destinations around the world that make for great solo trips for women. Scandinavian countries like Denmark, Norway and Sweden consistently rank as some of the world’s safest countries for solo women travellers, while our women only trips take you to more amazing destinations like the UK, Spain, Portugal, France, Italy, Greece, Turkey, Egypt and Jordan… The hardest part is choosing just one trip.
Every woman’s packing list will be different, but the essentials remain the same. Always bring versatile, comfortable clothing, including a sarong or scarf for extra warmth or when modest dress is appropriate. Other essentials include a small first aid kit and refillable bottles for toiletries. You should also bring security items like a lock for your luggage and portable chargers, so you’re never stuck with a dead battery on your devices.