Gather the important women in your life and plan a one-of-a-kind tour with AdventureWomen. The adventure tour company created by women for women recently announced two new mother-daughter itineraries for 2019: Baja and Iceland.
“So much of our company’s ethos lies in the belief that we are more than a travel company, but rather a relationship company,” explains Erica Landerson, co-owner, AdventureWomen. “We encourage women to build new connections with other women and discover more about themselves: what better way to achieve this than through nurturing the unique bond between mother and daughter.”
The Baja itinerary includes glamping on a private beach; wildlife encounters like whale watching, surf lessons, paddle-boarding and snorkeling; and a Mexican cooking class. The trip runs Feb. 16–23, 2019. Pricing starts at $3,590.
The Iceland excursion takes place June 15–21, 2019. Travelers take part in horseback riding, ATV riding on a volcanic peninsula, hiking in Snæfellsjökull National Park, a visit to the Blue Lagoon, a boat trip and a visit to Þingvellir National Park and Gullfoss Waterfall. Pricing starts at $5,590.
Both the Baja and Iceland tours feature a moderate level of activity. For more information about these and other tours, visit the website.
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