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Women in the Wild

Introducing our NEW Women-Only Adventure Series

Interested in a nature encounter exclusively in the company of women? Where you can relax and be yourself, push your comfort envelope as much or as little as you wish, and learn from outstanding female naturalist guides, in the world's most wondrous wild places? That's what you'll find on our new Women in the Wild series. 

With a focus on experiencing nature through a female lens, we learn about intrepid women who have long been leaders in global exploration, entrepreneurship and science, playing integral roles in understanding and protecting nature—and we'll hear in depth about their contributions in the places we visit. As WWF’s conservation travel partner, we are acutely aware that sustainable local communities are essential to preserving nature—and women from Africa to the Arctic carry the torch for protecting environments that sustain not only their families, but also endangered species like tigers, polar bears and wolves.

Empowering women begins with sharing their stories. And there’s no better context in which to show and tell those stories than by taking inquisitive female travelers into settings where they can learn about women's accomplishments as they walk in other women’s footsteps.

Our Women in the Wild departures offer big, meaningful adventures in Earth's wildest places, in a supportive, caring and inclusive female context. From the Canadian Arctic to India's tiger reserves, from Yellowstone's plains to the African bush, check out our slate of expeditions just for women:


You'll benefit from the exceptional knowledge and experience of our all-star female Expedition Leaders. Learn firsthand about what it took for them to get where they are as consummate naturalists and outdoor explorers. 

Each small-group journey is a highly personalized experience designed to facilitate discovery, inspire reflection and nurture personal passion, whether through writing, sketching, photography, handicrafts or collecting memories via scientific observation. You'll come away not just awed by nature, but confident, inspired and motivated by the exploits of women who have made crucial contributions to some of the world's most remarkable natural places.

Join us on one of these special travel opportunities designed to foster camaraderie among women—call an Adventure Specialist at 800-543-8917 to reserve your space.

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