Trafalgar Partners With Gutsy Women Travel


Gutsy Women Travel is teaming up with Trafalgar to offer special tours beginning in January 2012. // (c) Gutsy Women Travel

Trafalgar has entered into a partnership to operate guided vacations for Gutsy Women Travel.
 Founded in 2001, Gutsy Women Travel was created to provide exceptional guided vacation experiences for women travelers who prefer to travel with groups of other like-minded women.  

The new programs operated in conjunction with Trafalgar will start in January 2012, and will offer itineraries in Europe, the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Costa Rica, South America, Africa and Asia.  Group sizes will be limited to 28 guests, and female tour directors will be on hand to provide insight and assistance throughout the guided vacations. A 2012 preview schedule of itineraries will be available in May 2011 at as well as at

“Over the past decade, Gutsy Women Travel has developed an ever expanding community of women who have continually turned to us for their travel needs," said April Merenda, founder and president of Gutsy Women Travel. "Based on our growth, solidifying a partnership with Trafalgar is a welcome transition.”

“We know that women’s group travel is a growing market, and we are enormously excited at this opportunity to partner with an established company that is a market leader in the category,” added Paul Wiseman, president of Trafalgar.  “Joining forces with Gutsy Women Travel allows both of our companies to expand our presence with this target audience and attract new groups of women travelers looking for a unique guided vacation experience.”

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