6 Empowering Women Travel Groups Crushing Stereotypes Around India

For women who dream of exploring India’s vibrant tapestry, solo travel can sometimes feel daunting. But fear not, wanderlusting sisters! A thriving community of women-led travel groups is redefining travel experiences, offering safe, supportive spaces for exploration and connection.

Pack your bags and your sense of adventure, as we delve into 6 incredible women travel groups that will empower you to:

1. Conquer the Himalayas with Ladakhi Women’s Travel: Led by Ladakhi women themselves, this group offers unique, off-the-beaten-path adventures in the majestic Himalayas. Trek through stunning landscapes, experience local culture, and support sustainable tourism initiatives.

2. Find your tribe with Women on Wanderlust (WOW Club): This pan-India community organizes diverse group trips, from wildlife safaris to cultural immersions. Connect with like-minded women, forge lasting friendships, and discover hidden gems across the country.

3. Go off the grid with Girls on the Go: From adrenaline-pumping treks to serene yoga retreats, GOTG caters to diverse interests. Join their international adventures or explore India’s lesser-known corners, pushing your boundaries and embracing new experiences.

4. Embrace slow travel with Jugni: Immerse yourself in local life with Jugni‘s homestays and community-based experiences. Travel slow, connect with artisans, and discover the authentic soul of India, guided by women who understand the nuances of responsible tourism.

5. Wander solo with confidence with Wandering Jane: This supportive community empowers women to travel solo through workshops, resources, and group trips. Gain the skills and confidence to explore India independently, meeting fellow wanderers along the way.

6. Find luxury adventures with Women on Clouds Club: Indulge in curated itineraries that combine luxury with cultural exploration. From historical palaces to serene beaches, discover India’s hidden gems in style and comfort, surrounded by a supportive network of women.

Beyond the destinations: These groups are more than just travel companies; they’re communities fostering friendships, self-discovery, and cultural understanding. You’ll return not only with incredible memories but also with a newfound confidence and a sisterhood that transcends borders.

Ready to embark on your empowering adventure? Research these groups, connect with their communities, and choose the experience that resonates with your travel spirit. Remember, with these amazing women by your side, India awaits to be explored, one unforgettable journey at a time!

Here is the List of the Long Weekends ahead-

Long Weekend In March 2024

1) Friday, March 8: Maha Shivratri

Saturday, March 9: Gudi Padwa

Sunday, March 10

2) Saturday, March 23

Sunday, March 24

Monday, March 25: Holi

Optional — Tuesday, March 26 (Take the day off)

3) Friday, March 29: Good Friday

Saturday, March 30

Sunday, March 31: Easter

Long Weekend In May 2024

1) Thursday, May 23: Buddha Purnima

Friday, May 24 (Take the day off)

Saturday, May 25

Sunday, May 26

Long Weekend In June 2024

1) Saturday, June 15

Sunday, June 16

Monday, June 17: Bakri Eid

Tuesday, June 18 (Take the day off)

Long Weekend In August 2024

1) Thursday, August 15: Independence Day and Parsi New Year

Friday, August 16 (Take the day off)

Saturday, August 17

Sunday, August 18

Monday, August 19: Raksha Bandhan (Restricted)

2) Saturday, August 24

Sunday, August 25

Monday, August 26: Janmashthami

Optional — Tuesday, August 27 (Take the day off)

Long Weekend In September 2024

1) Thursday, September 5: Onam (Restricted)

Friday, September 6 (Take the day off)

Saturday, September 7: Ganesh Chaturthi

Sunday, September 8

2) Saturday, September 14

Sunday, September 15

Monday, September 16: Eid Milad Un Nabi (Restricted)

Long Weekend In October 2024

1) Friday, October 11: Maha Navmi (Restricted)

Saturday, October 12: Dussehra

Sunday, October 13

Long Weekend In November 2024

1) Friday, November 1: Diwali

Saturday, November 2

Sunday, November 3: Bhai Dooj

Optional — November 4 (Take the day off)

2) Friday, November 15: Guru Nanak Jayanti (Restricted)

Saturday, November 16

Sunday, November 17

Dilli Ki Ladkiyan Team

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