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Insight Vacations launches new ‘Wander Women’ trip to Venice and the Croatian coast

In celebration of International Women’s Day, Insight Vacations has launched a new females-only tour as part of its ‘Wander Women’ journeys.

The 12-day trip takes female travellers to Venice and the Croatian Coast, and was created by women for women.

The trip will take place in European summer 2022, and will offer enriching travel experiences that cater to the diverse interests of female clients and introduce guests to inspiring women in communities across Croatia. Insight Vacations’ first women’s-only trip, ‘Inspirational India’, was launched last year and is set to depart in October 2021.

The Croatia journey includes three new #MakeTravelMatter Experiences designed to uplift local women in their communities and ensure Insight’s travels are used as a force for good, while supporting the United Nations’ Global Goals. With this year’s International Women’s Day theme being #ChooseToChallenge, Insight Vacations is calling out gender bias and inequality.

The company is celebrating women’s achievements by helping to create an inclusive world through experiences that connect travellers with women artisans, entrepreneurs, business and community leaders, as well as by hiring female travel directors, local experts, coach drivers, and experience hosts.

Furthermore, TreadRight ‘planet’ ambassador and environmentalist Céline Cousteau will be a special guest on the Croatia trip.

Céline Cousteau

Karen Deveson, managing director at Insight Vacations, said: “More than 50 per cent of the global workforce in our industry are women and female guests are yearning for uplifting and immersive experiences.

“On this International Women’s Day, we #ChooseToChallenge by seeking out and celebrating women’s successes with local female trailblazers, artisans and community leaders whom we visit and support across the globe.

“Our newest Wander Women Croatia journey will highlight our meaningful #MakeTravelMatter Experiences where like-minded female guests can personally connect with outstanding local women and spend time with our inspiring TreadRight ‘Planet’ Ambassador, Céline Cousteau.”

This special women’s-only guided tour is available with limited space as a single departure date, so clients are encouraged to book early to secure their spot.

Venice & The Croatian Coast, A Women’s-Only Tour – 12 days (Departing Euro summer 2022). The new journey begins in Venice and ventures across the scenic Dalmatian coast, with Make Travel Matter Experiences on almost every day of the trip.


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