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AdventureWomen launches new site

Posted by Paul Kandarian  January 14, 2014 12:22 PM

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AdventureWomen, an adventure travel outfitter for women over 30 that was created in 1982, has launched a new online site for women showcasing the company’s women’s-only travel experiences, women’s travel trends, stories, travel facts and tips, trip reviews, recipes and more. Susan L. Eckert, founder and president, said the site now has new features and functions and a “Ciao Bella” blog. The maps make it easy to browse worldwide destinations, she said, and the “Tales from the Fields” component recounts women’s stories about memorable moments and milestones from past adventures. The new “Did You Know?” part of the “Ciao Bella” blog lays out faces about destinations, wildlife, cultural and culinary experiences, with additional research about recent travel trends and benefits of active travel. Last year AdventureWomen earned National Geographic Traveler’s “50 Tours of a Lifetime Award.”

For information, visit www.adventurewomen.com

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