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Dreamland Women's Adventure Award Application / Nomination

Know a woman who could use a fresh-air, COVID-approved getaway to Southern Utah at close to no cost? Nominate her (or yourself!) today. You are welcome to nominate more than one individual by submitting multiple nomination forms. The Women's Adventure Award weekend takes place from February 25-27 and includes a full-day hiking adventure with Dreamland Safari Tours, two nights of lodging, meals, and more. Adventure Award recipients are responsible for their own travel to/from Kanab and need to plan to arrive in Kanab by 3pm on the afternoon of Friday February 25. Read more about the Women's Adventure Award here: www.dreamlandtours.net/womens-adventures
  • About You

  • The Spirit behind the Women's Adventure Award

    The Women’s Adventure Award is intended to create a platform for women to connect with one another and enjoy adventures that they otherwise might not have the chance to participate in. Recipients of the women’s adventure award love the outdoors, have a sense of adventure, are advocates for female participation and leadership in their community, and inspire others. You can apply for yourself, or nominate a family member / friend!
  • About The Woman You Are Nominating

    Yes, you are very welcome to nominate yourself. To nominate multiple women, please submit a separate nomination form for each individual.
  • Why should she (you?) receive the Dreamland Women's Adventure Award?
  • What example of leadership accomplishments, community involvement, or impactful projects can you share with us that will give us a better understanding of how your nominee contributes to her community?
  • If you have a personal story to share, don't hold back. If you are nominating yourself, you don't need to answer this question (unless you really want to!).
  • The Fine Print

    The Dreamland Women's Adventure Award is an outdoor activity. Lodging and meals are included in the Adventure Award. Award recipients are responsible for their own travel to/from Kanab.
  • Thanks for your nomination!

    You're almost ready - hit the Submit button below and your nomination will be complete.

Done with your Women’s Adventure Award nomination or application?  Check out our tours to plan your own adventure, or peruse our blog to read more about our backyard.  

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