Calendar of Trips
The Olivia Experience
Sisters at Sea
JOIN OUR MAILING LIST
Win a Vacation
Request a Catalog
Jun 25 - Jul 2, 2017
Jul 28 - Aug 4, 2017
Oct 13 - Oct 20, 2017
Let Olivia and Windstar’s ms Wind Surf whisk you away to charming villages and pristine beaches that allow you discover Italy as it was meant to be seen. Dramatically beautiful and seductive, the Amalfi Coast is the definition of an Italian luxury escape.
Apr 2 - Apr 9, 2018
Jun 9 - Jun 16, 2018
Take part in a mystical North Atlantic journey and explore the various medieval towns and grand fjords of the Norwegian coast with 1,400 women of Olivia. Whether you’re relaxing on your private verandah, savoring the view of the magnificent fjords from the Panorama deck, or taking advantage of 19 hours of daylight, you’re sure to be seduced by Norway’s beauty.
Oct 6 - Oct 13, 2018
Oct 28 - Nov 4, 2017
Feb 25 - Mar 4, 2018
May 19 - May 26, 2018
Oct 13 - Oct 20, 2018
Jul 8 - Jul 15, 2017
Olivia and R Family are coming back together next July for their 2nd annual LGBT Family & Friends vacation. This time, we’re going to one of our favorites—Club Med’s Ixtapa, Mexico Resort, rated the #1 family resort in Mexico by Trip Advisor! Everyone is welcome – lesbian moms, gay dads, kids, grandparents, aunts, uncles and best friends at this ALL-INCLUSIVE family resort.
Jul 1 - Jul 11, 2017
Apr 22 - Apr 29, 2018
Jul 21 - Jul 28, 2018
Get ready for the trip of a lifetime! France along the Saône and Rhone Rivers will have your mouth watering for delectable cuisine and fine wine, all in the company of 128 women of Olivia.
Sep 4 - Sep 18, 2018
Experience the enchanting splendor that is Southeast Asia on this 2-week land and river journey through Vietnam, Cambodia, and the Mekong River with 120 women of Olivia.
May 20 - May 29, 2017
Nov 3 - Nov 12, 2017
Nov 9 - Nov 18, 2017
Nov 11 - Nov 20, 2017
Nov 30 - Dec 10, 2017
Once experienced, Antarctica lights the imagination and touches the spirit of travelers in a way quite unlike anywhere else. Mere words cannot do justice to the awe-inspiring spectacle of this southernmost continent that even the most dramatic of photographs pale into insignificance when one is confronted by the sheer magnitude, beauty and wonder of the landscape.
Jan 13 - Jan 20, 2018
Jan 20 - Jan 27, 2018
May 12 - May 21, 2018
Join us on an incredible National Georgraphic/Lindblad Expeditions adventure along the Amazon River! Sailing on the luxurious Delphin II down the Marañón and Ucayali Rivers, you’ll see wildlife that’s native only to this part of the world.
May 19 - May 28, 2018
Second week just announced! Join us on an incredible National Georgraphic/Lindblad Expeditions adventure along the Amazon River! Sailing on the luxurious Delphin II down the Marañón and Ucayali Rivers, you’ll see wildlife that’s native only to this part of the world.
Aug 25 - Sep 1, 2018
Nov 10 - Nov 19, 2018
How do you sum up the life and achievements of human rights pioneer and successful entrepreneur Judy Dlugacz? In one simple sentence: she is an extraordinary woman who was born to bring awareness to LGBT causes and create opportunities that enable lesbians throughout the world to live in freedom. Over the past 40 years, Judy has helped achieve groundbreaking victories for the LGBT community and to those who know and have watched her work…she is still going strong!
While living in Washington D.C. in 1973, her singer/songwriter friend Cris Williamson suggested that Judy start a record company specializing in female artists. Together with nine partners, Judy took a leap of faith and founded Olivia Records, which grew to become one of the industry’s leading independent small labels. Judy produced 40 albums and sold more than one million records by artists such as Cris Williamson, Meg Christian, Teresa Trull and Linda Tillery.
Taking her talents outside of the recording studio, she oversaw the production of hundreds of concerts and events across the United States, including four sold-out shows at Carnegie Hall.
Judy’s vision and evolution continued when, in 1990, she combined two of her passions – music and travel – by hosting a “concert on a cruise.” She invited women to enjoy the performances of Olivia Records artists and scheduled activities on a completely chartered ship. The response was so overwhelming that she founded a company offering vacations exclusively created for women, Olivia Travel, which has today become the premier travel company for the lesbian community, with a 98% satisfaction rating from its guests.
Judy is the driving force behind the support of numerous LGBT causes and organizations across the country including: Human Rights Campaign, National Center for Lesbian Rights, Victory Fund, Arcadia Women’s Health Center, Dade Human Rights Foundation, GLAAD Media Awards, Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund, Lesbian Community Cancer Project, National Lesbian & Gay Journalists Association, National Organization for Women, and the California Alliance for Pride and Equality.
Judy has received countless honors and recognition throughout the years for her work, with the most recent being her appointment to the LGBT Leadership Council for President Barack Obama’s 2012 re-election campaign.
• Mautner Project Chair’s Award for her contributions to lesbian and bisexual women’s health
• San Francisco’s Golden Gate Business Association “Entrepreneur of the Year”
• Ernst & Young “Entrepreneur of the Year”
• Curve Magazine “Powerful Women”
• Out and About Magazine “Lifetime Achievement Award”
• Fortune Magazine “America’s 100 Best Companies To Work For”
• San Francisco Business Times “Top 100 Women-Owned Businesses”
• Girlfriends Magazine “Longest Operating Lesbian Company in the World”
• Featured in national publications such as The Advocate, Curve, Out & About, People, Huffington Post, Gay Voices, Washington D.C.’s Metro Weekly and more
Judy shares an important business philosophy with her staff and clientele, which is to recognize areas of need and give back. Following the earthquake that devastated Haiti in 2010, Judy helped found the LGBT Haiti Relief fund of the Red Cross, which raised over $250,000. Through her efforts, Olivia became a founding partner in the USAID LGBT Global Development, created to support and fund LGBT organizations throughout the developing world.
While splitting her time between the San Francisco Bay area and Washington D.C., Judy spends as much quality time as possible with her daughter, granddaughter and the family dogs.
Her next big project? Judy will be compiling a book that showcases the last 40 years of lesbian culture through the lens of her life experiences.
All guests traveling with Olivia must be 21 years or older.