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November 3 - 17, 2023

Women’s Travel Tours

Embrace the diversity of Southeast Asia as you explore Thailand on this incredible ladies only journey with The Sisterhood featuring lavish temples, cultural discoveries, and stunning natural beauty. From tropical vistas to gilded palaces and ancient ruins, Thailand offers up a piece of its soul to travelers – and our story starts here…together.

Don’t miss your opportunity to join Sisterhood Travels for this incredible women-only once-in-a-lifetime trip. We promise you lots of fun, laughs, spectacular sightseeing and most of all….the magic of Sisterhood!


November 3, 2023

When you arrive today, your driver will transport you to your hotel. You’ll have time to relax, rejuvenate and independently explore. You will begin your discovery of Thailand in Bangkok, the capital city. Here, vibrant street life is contrasted by a backdrop of ornate shrines and rich history. Hotel: Amari Watergate Bangkok


November 4, 2023

We will begin your journey exploring the winding canals in Bangkok’s old town on a private boat trip. On Rattanakosin Island, we’ll visit Wat Po, the famous Buddhist temple complex in the Phra Nakhon District, and see the world-renowned Reclining Buddha. Enjoy some free time before joining The Sisterhood this evening for a Welcome Dinner at a local restaurant. (B, D) Hotel: Amari Watergate Bangkok

November 5, 2023

Today, we’ll experience more of Bangkok’s highlights, including a visit to Wat Phra Kaew where the Emerald Buddha is regarded as the most sacred Buddhist temple in Thailand. We’ll visit the ornately decorated Grand Palace – the official residence of the Kings of Siam since 1782.

During an afternoon in Bangkok, we’ll set off for the Jim Thompson House & Museum, where you can check out the Asian art collection of the James H.W. Thompson – “Thai Silk King,” who went missing mysteriously in 1967, leaving behind an incredible museum spotlighting his stunning collection of art. Thompson was an American architect who built this museum in 1959 to house his most secular collection of historical Buddhist statues and traditional Thai paintings made from cloth, wood, and paper that illustrate the life of Buddha. He also collected white and blue porcelain from China and other intricate artwork from Burma, Laos, and Cambodia. The founder of the Thai Silk Company was believed to revitalize the silk industry in Southeast Asia. Experience the tapestry of displays as you explore this creative space before sitting for lunch at the museum restaurant.

This evening, a night tour of Bangkok will create memories for a lifetime as you experience the city from a completely fresh perspective. Climb aboard your tuk-tuk – a motorized rickshaw – for a front-row seat to the bustling Bangkok city streets lit up at night. The streets are alive with excitement and energy as your tuk-tuk takes you for food tastings that capture the local flavor. We’ll end with a visit to the flower market – this normally busy, bustling landmark feels solitary and peaceful in the quiet of the night. Enjoy more food tastings in a private setting before returning to the hotel. (B, L, D) Hotel: Amari Watergate Bangkok


November 6, 2023

Today, it’s your choice! Choose between a walk from the hotel to visit the Suan Pakkad Palace Museum, known for its Thai antiques -OR- take our coach to visit the Marble Temple, where you will join Buddhist monks in their daily chanting. After, we’ll head to the airport for our short flight to Sukhothai. This evening, we’ll enjoy dinner together at the hotel. (B, D) Hotel: Sukhothai Treasure Resort & Spa, Sukhothai

November 7, 2023

Today we’ll dive into history as we discover the archaeological sites in Sukhothai. We’ll visit its Historical Park, spanning the ruins of Sukhothai – which means“dawn of happiness” – as well as the famous site of Wat Si Chum, a landmark temple boasting a 49-foot Buddha and an open ceiling. (B, L) Hotel: Sukhothai Treasure Resort & Spa, Sukhothai

November 8, 2023

Today, we are heading to Chiang Rai. During this long ride, we’ll stop for lunch at a local restaurant and visit the White Temple, called Wat Rong Khun – an intricately designed Buddhist-styled temple. Later, we’ll arrive in Chiang Rai, once the capital of the Mengrai Dynasty. (B, L) Hotel: The Legend Chiang Rai Boutique River Resort & Spa, Chiang Rai

November 9, 2023

We will explore the beauty and cultural experience of Chiang Rai today. We’ll enjoy a tour of the Golden Triangle, where Burma, Laos, and Thailand meet, separated by the Mekong River. We’ll also visit the Opium Museum today. As we explore this museum, we learn about the opium trade and its impact on local communities. Then, it’s all aboard for a short boat ride along the Mekong River to float at the confluence of Laos, Thailand, and Burma. Back on land, we’ll walk to a restaurant for lunch before driving to the hill tribe village to learn from locals about the long, rich traditions of this beautiful area. Most of the Thai ethnic groups are set off in remote locales, and the hill tribes relocated here to warmly welcome visitors and introduce them to each of the ethnic groups. Meet with Akha and Karen Long Neck people. As the women weave during the visit, you have the opportunity to support these local artisans by purchasing some of the products they make for tourists. This evening, we’ll enjoy a walk in a night bazaar, experiencing the culture of this region in a whole new way. (B, L) Hotel: The Legend Chiang Rai Boutique River Resort & Spa, Chiang Rai

November 10, 2023

Today, we’re off to Chiang Mai – once a religious center, where elaborate Buddhist temples create a beautiful backdrop reflecting its rich, cultural history. En route, we’ll enjoy lunch at a local restaurant before visiting Doi Suthep – one of the twin peaks of a beautiful granite mountain to the west of Chiang Mai. A cable car whisks us to its peak to visit Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, one of the most important Buddhist temples in Thailand. Marvel at the stunning views before taking the ornate steps back down. Flanked by jeweled naga – lavish serpents – these steps are the perfect spot for a photo! Enjoy dinner on your own this evening. (B, L) Hotel: Kantary Hills Chiang Mai

November 11, 2023

Today, we’ll see elephants in their natural setting during a visit to Chang Chill, which literally means “relaxed elephants.” This sanctuary prides itself on its ethical treatment of these endangered species. We’ll climb aboard our 4×4 vehicles and meander through country roads to reach the camp. Then, we’ll walk through rice paddy fields and meet the resident elephants.* From a distance, watch them graze, bathe in the river, roam the lush forest, socialize with one another – and embrace their freedom. Make herb balls and fruit snacks to place in feeding stations. Enjoy a simple vegetarian lunch served by the camp staff as the elephants arrive for their snacks. Participate in discussion with a mahout on changes to the elephant trade practices and the impact on the mahout community. Travelers who wish to observe the elephants grazing can set off for a 20-minute hike to do so. Tonight, it’s your choice! Choose between a relaxing one-hour Thai massage -OR- get a taste of the local flavor during dinner at a local restaurant. (B, L) Hotel: Kantary Hills Chiang Mai


November 12, 2023

Enjoy a warm welcome today from an extended family belonging to the Lanna ethnic group. Visit their home, where you can learn from one of the family members about their customs and religion, see their garden and hear all about the herbs grown here. Together with our hosts, we will learn how to prepare local dishes and join them as we enjoy the fruits of our labor with a simple lunch. (B, L) Hotel: Kantary Hills Chiang Mai

November 13, 2023

This morning, we will fly to Phuket and head to our resort, set on a private tropical beach. Relax for the rest of the day as the salty sea breeze rolls in, rustling the palms and soothing the soul. Perhaps hit the waves, or unwind with a good book, reflecting on your cultural journey thus far. Stay as long as you’d like. (B) Hotel: Cape Panwa Hotel Phuket

November 14, 2023

Today, we’ll travel to Phuket’s Old Town, adorned with brightly painted, historic Sino-Portuguese townhouses, stores, cafes, and ice cream shops. Explore this charming old town all morning and enjoy free time for lunch on your own. After lunch, return to our beach-front resort to soak up those saltwater vibes and laid-back tropical lifestyle for the day. (B) Hotel: Cape Panwa Hotel Phuket

November 15, 2023

It’s a  free day today, so take advantage of your idyllic tropical resort or perhaps head back to the old town and dive into some of Phuket’s most popular haunts with your Sisters. This evening, we’ll gather for a Farewell Dinner, toasting an experience full of history, beauty, culture, and incredible discoveries in Thailand. (B, D) Hotel: Cape Panwa Hotel Phuket


November 16, 2023

This afternoon, we’ll fly to Bangkok and head to an airport hotel, preparing to return home with a lifetime of memories, new friendships, and our hearts full of Sisterhood – the best kind of souvenir. (B) Hotel: Kantary House, Bangkok

November 17, 2023

Drivers will take us back to the airport for our return flights home. (B)



Double Occupancy Per Person
$ 5299
per person
  • 15 nights / 16 days deluxe accommodations
  • Roundtrip transfers between airport and arrival/departure hotels
  • 25 Meals (14 breakfasts, 7 lunches and 4 dinners)​
  • Roundtrip internal flights (Your airfare between the U.S. and Bangkok is NOT included - only the internal flights within Thailand are included)
  • All sightseeing tours, exclusive and immersive experiences and excursions as listed within this itineraryGroup Leaders
  • Private transportation throughout the itinerary
  • Sisterhood Travels Group Leaders


Single Occupancy Per Person
$ 6299
per person
  • 15 nights / 16 days deluxe accommodations
  • Roundtrip transfers between airport and arrival/departure hotels
  • 25 Meals (14 breakfasts, 7 lunches and 4 dinners)​
  • Roundtrip internal flights (Your airfare between the U.S. and Bangkok is NOT included - only the internal flights within Thailand are included)
  • All sightseeing tours, exclusive and immersive experiences and excursions as listed within this itineraryGroup Leaders
  • Private transportation throughout the itinerary
  • Sisterhood Travels Group Leaders

important information

  • The maximum number on this tour will be 35 women including your Sisterhood Travels Group Leaders
  • Roundtrip airfare from the U.S. is not included in the price.  Click Here for Airfare Information
  • At the time of your booking, Thailand does not require that you be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Currently, the country does require pre-testing before departure. Due to the ever-changing rules and regulations, this could change prior to final payment and/or departure. 
  • We are unable to accommodate mobility assist devices such as wheelchairs and walkers on this tour. Travelers should be in reasonably good health and able to meet the demands of the activity level for the trip. 
  • You must be able to manage your own luggage without assistance.
  • If you need a roommate, we will be happy to match you to another traveler but we will not assign your roommate until final payments are made. If you have asked us to match you, you do not need to search for one in our Facebook group. See Need a Roommate? below for more information.
  • Your passports must be valid for at least six months beyond your return date to the United States
  • Optional Travel Insurance is strongly recommended. We will send you a quote once you make your booking.
  • Deposits are 100% non-refundable.
  • There is no refund for unused portions of the trip including transfers.

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Activity Level:


This is a consistently robust itinerary that is likely to be filled with a combination of long, active days, several early hotel departures and some long journeys by coach. There may be limited time for rest and rejuvenation as you explore these amazing destinations. There may be multiple flights and travel by non-traditional means such as safari vehicles, rickshaws/pedicabs, etc. Guests should have reasonable health and mobility and be capable of walking 1-2 miles over time over potentially difficult terrain which may include hills. Guests should be comfortable with standing for longer periods of time with no difficulty.