October Leisure Group Travel

Women make the world go round

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October 2022 Issue

Women in Travel

It’s been said “The future of travel is female.”

This month’s edition of Leisure Group Travel takes that to heart as we unveil our Women in Travel issue. This edition features a variety of female-focused pieces that showcase women: the most influential demographic in travel.

This issue highlights five industry-leading women who are changing the corporate landscape for the better. We also pay a visit to Maryland and explore how courageous female figures have shaped the Old Line State. LGT even traverses the Midwest in our Wonder Women story as we find historical attractions across the heartland that tells the tales of some of the most accomplished women in American history. LGT even has a story for adventurous female souls as we explore California’s many backpacking destinations where women can embark on mesmerizing retreats.

The travel industry is waking up to the economic power of women. Learn more about how women make the travel world go round in this month’s Leisure Group Travel.

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Features & Columns

Join LGT on a trip across the country as we explore a number of group-friendly attractions and destinations.

Pam Hoffee Avalon
Industry-Leading Ladies are Changing the Corporate Landscape

Women business leaders offer advice for aspiring female entrepreneurs

By Heather Dale

Empire State Building
Eleven Reasons to Bring Your Group Tour to New York State

Celebrate women’s travel at opulent castles, waterfalls and wine trails

By Heather Dale

With 41 state parks, 10 national parks, and four national forests, there is no shortage of adventure to be had and breathtaking views to be seen in North Carolina.
Maryland’s History Showcases the Power of Strong Women

Courageous female figures who have shaped our nation are found throughout Maryland’s past

By Margaux Shearer

Water fight
Embark on a Latin American Bucket List

Girls still want to have fun and these tropical hot spots are the perfect place to do just that

By Kathy Nolan

Women posing at the summit
Explore California’s Wonders on These Backpacking Trips

Mesmerizing retreats and unforgettable friendships can be forged on these adventures

By Margaux Shearer

The Judy Garland Museum preserves the house where the show business legend grew up in northern Minnesota. (Photo credit: Judy Garland Museum)
Wonder Women

Eight great places that lend a sense of girl power

By Randy Mink

Southeastern Tourism Society Domestic Showcase Coming to Huntsville

Network with tourism professionals from the society’s 13-state region

By Isabella Wilkes

Oceanfront Boardwalk - 5
U.S. Tours Brings Rockin’ the Boardwalk to Virginia Beach

The annual Virginia Beach party features two evenings of rock ’n’ roll shows with music from the ’60s and ’70s

Fishermans Crab Deck
Trails, Seafood and Tastings in Queen Anne’s County , Maryland

Spend three days in Queen Anne’s County with the Chesapeake Bayas your backdrop and experience trails,waterfront dining, wineries, breweries and exceptional views.


Great Falls Park
From the 18th Century to Outer Space, and Everything in between, It’s Here in Fairfax County

Look beyond the traditional Washington, D.C. tour and explore Fairfax County, a destination located moments away, full of history, creativity, and wonder.

Woodland Yoga
3 Day Girlfriend Getaway on Oregon’s Adventure Coast

Delve into the history, art, outdoor and culinary wonderfulness to be found in Coos Bay, North Bend and Charleston.


Tiff Big Cork
Muskets and Merlot in Washington County, Maryland

Hagerstown & Washington County is the crossroads of the Civil War and a rich blend of culture, including a well-known wine scene.

Special Sections

The Missouri Theatre in St. Joseph opened in June of 1927 as a picture house, charging twenty-five cents for admission. Recent renovations have restored its glory.
2023 Missouri Group Tour Guide

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