Ladies Only Group Travel to Provence
You’ll stay at beautiful Domaine de la Palerme, close to antiques capital of Provence Isle sur la Sorgue. A little shopping. Dare I say? The domaine was named one of the top 30 places to stay in Provence by Travel & Leisure.
Small Group Travel
The intimate size of the group (max 12 people) allows you to gain access to experiences hosted by locals such as truffle hunting, cooking classes, picnics, market tours and even a photo shoot with me! Doni uses local experts to make the trip unforgettable.
If you sign up for this trip, Doni assumes that you’re somewhat of a foodie so you’ll be presented with local, delicious meals. Another bonus is that you’ll be visiting before the real start of the tourist season so things won’t be too crowded.
Visit while Living Like a Local
This tour is for people that would like to experience a varied taste of Provence within a week while living the Provencal lifestyle (no rushing around). Lots of time for sipping rosé in cafés. The experiences are curated for you to see the essence of the place in a short time as well as meet locals. Many lasting friendships are created on the trip between women all around the world.
For more information, check out Girls Guide to Paris.
If you do sign up, make sure to mention CuriousProvence– and I’ll see you in April!
April 25th – May 1st
Doni also leads trip to SouthWest France, The Alsace Christmas markets, Bordeaux and Basque country, Aveyron and more. I suspect all that Parisian lifestyle is tempting her to join us in the French countryside!