How about a holiday in Vietnam with a small group of like-minded women?

Seems like everyone else is having fun, posting holiday snaps on Facebook and you’re missing out.  Maybe we could change that.

Perhaps you’re on your own, or have a partner who doesn’t share your travel dreams?  Or simply, you’ve been busy working hard, but feel like you could do with some new friends in your life.  We understand life’s busy, and it’s not so easy when you’re not chatting to mums at the school gate anymore.

We created this travel group for women like you. Our small-group holidays to Vietnam are inclusive and fun and you’ll meet new people to share the experience with. The action begins when you step into your beautiful room at a boutique resort in the quaint town of Hoi An where you’ll spend 6 nights laughing, eating and visiting the sights with your new friends.  Then onto Ho Chi Minh City for 3 nights of shopping and history in between massages and cocktails.  Sounds amazing, because it is!

Recently Helen from Christchurch, a highly accomplished professional lady, joined our trip and she didn’t know anyone.  We asked Helen to tell us what prompted her to take the leap of faith:

“I was thinking about where my next holiday might be and had never considered Vietnam until I saw the Forget-Me-Not stand at Women’s Expo.  I have been divorced for nearly a decade and work in a profession that limits social opportunities due to shift work.  I wanted to expand my horizons and meet new people who were like-minded, whilst trying something new and exciting.  Deborah was very reassuring and offered to take me on a holiday that sounded too good to be true.  An interesting activity every day with plenty of spare time to relax, swim, have massages or explore; all whilst being guided by two experienced women who would make all the arrangements on our behalf.  I’m pleased to say that every expectation was met, and I now have an extended group of friends who I have kept in contact with.  I thoroughly recommend Deborah and her company Forget-Me-Not Holidays.”

And here’s her feedback at the end of the holiday:  “this will test your comfort zone in a friendly and safe way”.  “I felt included from the moment we met at the airport.  Everyone made me feel welcome and I’ve really enjoyed making new friends.  Thank you.” And we didn’t pay her to say this!

If this sounds like you, we’d love to change things up a little and take you to Vietnam.  You could be posting those exotic holiday snaps too!

You can find out more about us at  Why not contact us and see if we’re the right fit for you. And here’s a couple of photos of Helen enjoying her holiday.

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