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You Shouldn’t Miss the California Tour for Singles in 2020. Here’s why….!!

Wednesday, November 20th, 2019

Tell me, what’s your next plan with your one wild & precious life? The impulse to travel to California can be a hopeful journey to self-discovery. It is beautiful, exquisite, and indeed an ecstasy for someone who yearns for an adventuring women’s tour of California. The amazing thing about California is what it offers you in terms of National Parks, seaside beauty, quaint towns and the chance to explore all it beauty. You’ll know better once you start exploring.

For some reason, California has always been one of those places on earth that enthrals people of all ages. Gorgeous beaches, endless sunshine, local & luxury lifestyle, it is an astounding goldmine for a dreamlike vacation. At WOMEN TRAVELING THE WORLD, we bring you a personalized California tour for singles for your exceptional solo traveling. Since our journey is expertly designed and covers famous tourist attractions, National Parks amid comfortable accommodations & transportation, you’ll be left with wonderful lifetime memories.

Yosemite, Monterey, Carmel and San Fran. California Tour

California is a state with mind-blowing zing and for an adventurist, it is no less than a paradise. The thrill you experience via a women’s tour of California evidently revives and rejuvenates your mind, body and soul. The region has a spellbinding story to tell and remarkable natural beauty.

At WOMEN TRAVELING THE WORLD, we craft a heart-winning California tour for singles by associating with the most experienced tour operator. Thus, ensuring you have a hassle-free expedition. You get world-class services within budget and everything is arranged properly. Many female travelers have adored our expertly managed service, which fervently fulfills your seasonal goals. Professional guidance is available and the itinerary is customizable. Here’s what will happen on your trip:

Day 1 – Exploring San Francisco and various areas such as Haight Ashbury, China Town, Lombard street (The crookest Street in the world), and Unions Square shopping area. Later, Ghiradelli Chocolate store for delicious treats, Fisherman’s wharf with quaint little shops & water views.

Day 2 – Yosemite National Park – Sierra Nevada Mountains to Yosemite National Park. Mariposa Grove of Giant Sequoias, which is the largest sequoia grove in Yosemite. Sierra Nevada Mountains Mariposa, nice easy hike and lunch in town here. The evening is enlivened with BBQ outdoor dinner with a bonfire, live music and the chance to roast smores.

Day 3 – Exploring Yosemite Grand Tour – Glacier Point, Yosemite Valley to see Half Dome and Yosemite Falls, Bridalveil Fall, 620-foot waterfall. Mirror Lake, Tunnel View, also called Discovery View. On a clear day, you will be walking through Wawona Tunnel and have all of Yosemite Valley revealed ahead of you. See a glimpse of 3,000 feet tall massive El Capitan, 617 feet Bridal Veil Falls in the foreground, with views all the way to Half Dome, Cloud’s Rest and beyond. After this wonderful experience, you may opt for a massage at the hotel spa.

Day 4 – Your last day in Yosemite is spent hiking to a nearby waterfall or lake Tenaya. You have the option to choose from the following at your convenience with an additional cost: Horseback riding, Spa treatments and White water rafting. This evening is all yours to enjoy. One can enjoy a glimpse of shimmering stars in the gorgeous National Park’s dark skies.

Day 5 – Depart & Drive to Monterey. After arriving, we’ll stop for lunch at Fisherman’s Wharf and enjoy local dishes. Followed by a scenic walk to Cannery Row, world-class Monterey Bay Aquarium, and the haunt of Pulitzer (a prize-winning author John Steinbeck). The remaining day is at your leisure to travel on your own. One can indulge in some shopping, wine tasting and exploring all the sites. you may also look for sea lions at the Coast Guard Pier or enjoy a kayak. Dining is at a nearby establishment.

Day 6 – Drive through the scenic 17-mile drive to Carmel by the Sea. Enjoy wind-sculpted forest of cypress trees and a rocky coastline dotted with some of the most inducing homes on the planet. On your way, you’ll also see splendid views of the celebrated golf courses at Pebble Beach. We will pull over at Fanshell Overlook to see harbor seals and their pups. After arriving in Carmel, one can explore galleries, shops, restaurants and take a step back in time. The beach is amazing with white sand, boulders, and wonderful views of the Pacific Ocean.

Day 7 – Departure Day. You’ll depart this morning from the Monterey (MRY) airport and head home. Another option includes driving to San Francisco and joining the Napa Valley Wine Tour.

Investing in us is correspondent to investing in a well-planned tour at an affordable price. For a personalized & budget oriented trip to California, do stop by at From our dedicated platform, you may even see a listing of upcoming tours.

4 Reasons to Travel to Costa Rica

Monday, September 21st, 2015

Top 4 Reasons to Travel to Costa Rica

Costa Rica has emerged as a top choice in tropical vacation destinations in recent years, and for good reason. This tiny oasis in Central America (it’s smaller than Lake Michigan!) offers everything a solo traveler could want.  Let’s go over some reasons why you should cross Costa Rica off your travel list this year.

  1. Uncompromised Natural Beauty

If you’re a nature lover, be prepared to fall in love with Costa Rica. The natural beauty is seriously a wonder to behold. Waterfalls? Check. Volcanoes? They have those. Natural hot springs? Naturally. Costa Ricans take the preservation of their rainforests and wetlands seriously. In fact, over 25% of their total landmass is protected and the country is considered a world leader in conservation efforts. Our Women Traveling the World Tour visits some of the most breathtaking sights to be seen, including the Arenal Volcano, surrounding hot springs, waterfalls, and a Hanging Bridges Tour which will suspend you over the impressive rainforest landscape. The beaches of Costa Rica are truly paradise with crystal blue waters and the softest white sand you’ll ever feel between your toes.



  1. You WILL Encounter Lots of Wildlife

Animal lovers will get up close and personal with all kinds of wildlife. Chill on the beach with enormous iguanas, and make sure to look up in the trees to spot families of monkeys. Hiking in the Costa Rican rainforest is always an adventure, and it wouldn’t be uncommon to spot deers, toucans, and sloths. Costa Rica is also known as a great place to whale-watch and see dolphins in their natural habitat. Whales are most likely to be seen December-March, so our upcoming trip in December is ideal!

Hiking in the Costa Rica Rain Forest


  1. Costa Rica is Safe for Single Women Travelers

Costa Rica has been a democracy longer than any other country in Central America and is one of the safest vacation spots for single women. In fact, the country doesn’t even have an army; they outlawed it in 1949. The people of Costa Rica are some of the most cheerful and friendly in the world, and are happy to communicate with tourists. The country was actually ranked number 1 on the Happy Planet Index in 2014. Their national motto Pura Vida (pure life) expresses their philosophy of living optimistically…life is short, live happy!


  1. The Food

Costa Rican fare has an emphasis on freshness and good quality ingredients. The national dish is Gallo Pinto, meaning “spotted chicken”, and consists of stir fried rice and beans. Add some scrambled eggs with sour cream or cheese and you’ve got a traditional Costa Rican breakfast. A common snack is fried plantains which are sweet and tasty. Fresh fruit is also common; get ready for the freshest mangoes, papayas, and watermelon you’ve ever tasted. Costa Rica is also home to some exotic fruits you might not have heard of, like Zapotes, Guanábanas, and manzana de agua.

Delicous Costa Rican Cuisines
If you’re looking for the perfect winter getaway this year, Costa Rica is a perfect choice. The natural beauty will leave you in permanent awe, and you’ll have the adventure of a lifetime. Find out about women’s group travel packages to Costa Rica and get excited about 7 days in paradise. Call 866-753-1552 or visit

5 Benefits Of Traveling When You’re Single

Sunday, May 17th, 2015

Although being single may cause some to get down on themselves, there’s no reason for it because there are so many great opportunities to take advantage of while you’re single that just aren’t the same when you have a partner. One of the greatest things you can do while you’re single is to travel. There are so many benefits that come out of traveling alone rather than traveling with your significant other. There’s a different level of freedom that you feel when you’re single and traveling to other countries, and when you’re traveling with your partner, you’re expected to sightsee together. However, if you’re giving solo travel a try, find yourself a travel group.

Traveling with a Group

When you travel with a group of single women like us at Women Traveling the World, your whole itinerary is mapped out for you. All you need to do is bring your camera, money for souvenirs, and show up to the airport on time. We’ve visited some truly remarkable places in our time as a travel group, and we have even more destinations ahead of us. If you’re interested in traveling with our group, visit our Women Traveling the World website to see if any of our upcoming trips spark your interest.

5 Reasons to Travel When You’re Single

  1. The activities are different. When you’re traveling with your significant other, romantic sunsets over the Adriatic Sea may be wonderful, but so is touring and participating at wine tastings at historic vineyards. Also, when you’re venturing out for these different solo activities, you’ll meet more people because when you’re with your love, you’ll be socializing with them and solely sharing the experience with them. When you’re alone or with a group of other individuals, you’ll be more inclined to socialize with many different people.
  2. You’ll learn more about yourself. Even if we don’t realize it while we’re in a relationship, we inevitably spend more time caring about the other person rather than ourselves. Anytime you go through a break up, take advantage of being single. There’s no better way than to kick the lonesome feeling than to take advantage of all the opportunities your relationship was preventing you from having. Traveling is an extremely lively hobby, and you’d be amazed at all the extraordinary people you’ll meet in the world that you may not have otherwise.
  3. Less Worrying. When you’re traveling with someone you deeply care for, you’re going to have anxiety during the trip because you’re constantly wondering if they’re really having a good time. Aside from the regular traveling stresses, traveling while you’re single should be worry free.
  4. You’ll build confidence. Befriending strangers and figuring things out for you is a HUGE confidence boost for anyone. When you return from your solo travels, you’ll have more confidence than ever before, and you’ll have photos to show those who didn’t accompany you how boldly you’re living life. Also, when you travel while you’re single, you’ll be more observant of your surroundings, which will ultimately give you more knowledge about the world.
  5. You’ll enjoy it. Bottom line, when you travel while you’re single, you’ll never forget the experience, and we mean that in the most positive way possible. When you travel around the world, you’ll realize that there’s more to life than finding that person to spend the rest of your life with. There’s nothing wrong with you if you enjoy being single, in fact you probably feel like a more empowered person because of it. So liberate yourself from your daily routine and go see what the world has to offer you.


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