The Crossroads of Special Operations

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Introducing Our First Women-Only Safari | Adventure Travel News

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Over the past few years, the travel industry has seen an undeniable rise of women drawn to the idea of solo travel. According to Trekk Soft, “The average monthly search volume for the term ‘solo female travel’ grew by 52% between 2016 and 2017.” This indicates a shift in the way women want to travel. Additionally, According to the Huffington Post, there has been a 230% increase in the number of women-only travel companies in the past six years, suggesting a very high demand for female-only travel.

One of the biggest concerns for solo female travellers is safety. The travellers of our Women’s Adventure Travels, Zambian Adventure, will be greeted at the airport and transferred to the first stay of the tour, whereby they will meet the other women and our team on the ground, who will always be on hand to answer any questions a traveller
may have. Furthermore, the group size is relatively small with a minimum six and maximum ten. This way we can create a friendly environment so that it’s easier for our travellers to interact and make friends.

Source: Introducing Our First Women-Only Safari | Adventure Travel News

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