Maria celebrates her 50th birthday with a hot air balloon safari in Namibia, a safe crash landing and champagne.
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Lost and Found in Nova Scotia’s UNESCO Cliffs of Fundy Geopark
Sandra Phinney’s journey through Nova Scotia’s UNESCO Cliffs of Fundy Geopark, is a reminder that travel is often about letting things unfold.
Why Iceland Should Be Your First Post-Pandemic Solo Trip
Three reasons why Reykjavik, Iceland should be your first post-pandemic solo trip, from guest writer Marisa Pooley.
One Solo Traveller’s Extraordinary Journey of Walking the World
Inspired by the women who came before her, adventurous solo traveller Angela Maxwell shares lessons from her courageous walk around the world.
Women-Only Tours: Nine Amazing Outdoor Adventures for Women
Eight curated experiences for adventurous women, from Croatia to South Africa, featured in JourneyWoman’s Women’s Travel Directory.
10 Packing Tips for the Antarctic From a Polar Expert
Franny Bergschneider, a lifelong adventurer who now leads expeditions at Wild Women Expeditions, shares her top 10 tips for the Antarctic.
Why Antarctica is the Ultimate Once-in-a-Lifetime Adventure for Women
Polar expert Franny Bergschneider from Wild Women Expeditions shares why Antarctica is hailed as the ultimate adventure for women.
Fit to Travel: Tips for Women to Get Adventure-Ready at Any Age
If your TravelReady goals for 2022 include improving your health and fitness, this article—and the get travel-fit tips developed by yours truly and 56-year-old ultra-runner Beth Whitman—will help you put your best foot forward.
Seven Ways to Lose Your Heart to San Miguel de Allende
Known as the heart of Mexico, San Miguel de Allende offers many diverse arts and cultural experiences for women to enjoy.
On Spain’s Camino de Santiago, Expect the Unexpected
Even the world’s most famous pilgrimage, Spain’s Camino de Santiago, has some surprises for experienced walker JourneyWoman Publisher Carolyn Ray.
My Camino de Santiago Packing List: What’s in my Backpack
Take a peek into my backpack with my Camino de Santiago packing list, filled with everything you need to get ready for your pilgrimage.
PEI’s Island Walk, “Canada’s Camino,” is Ready to be Discovered
The PEI Camino in Prince Edward Island might just be the perfect place for aspiring solo travellers to boost their confidence.
Walking the Camino de Santiago to Raise Awareness of Period Stigma
When she walks the Camino de Santiago, JourneyWoman CEO Carolyn Ray is raising funds for The Period Purse to help end period stigma. You can help.
Journey to the Arctic Circle With Sara Wheeler’s “The Magnetic North”
Travel with best-selling author Sara Wheeler to one of the earth’s most pristine places in “The Magnetic North: Notes from the Arctic Circle.”
Travel on Two Wheels: Biking Tips for Women of Any Age
Biking for all ages: experienced women cyclists share bike safety tips, life lessons and benefits of being a member of the Ontario By Bike community.
Finding Adventure in the Backcountry of the Canadian Rockies
Tips to embrace adventure in the real Canadian Rockies on a six-day horseback riding tour in the backcountry of Alberta.
Travel on Two Wheels: The Best Ontario Biking Trails for All Levels
Experienced cyclists give us the low down on Ontario’s best biking trails for women of all levels. (sponsored)
Off-the-Beaten Path Travel Destinations: Places We Love
The JourneyWoman team selects their favourite off-the-beaten path travel destinations every woman should experience, from Ethiopia to Thailand.
When the Camino de Santiago Calls, Listen to Your Heart
When the Camino de Santiago in Spain calls, women follow their hearts to make this one of our top once-in-a-lifetime solo travel experiences.
Back into Adventure in Canada’s Algonquin Park
With its vast array of flora and fauna, Canada’s Algonquin Park is the perfect getaway for hikers, adventurers and nature-loving women.
The Best Hiking and Walking Trails in Algonquin Park
The best walking and hiking trails in Algonquin Park to see wildlife, avoid bugs and reconnect with nature.
Seeking Adventure and Connection? The Majestic Canadian Rockies Beckons!
Women share their once-in-a-lifetime stories of the majestic Canadian Rockies, the jaw-droppingly beautiful mountain range spanning Western Canada. that connect us to nature at is most authentic and primal.
Margaret’s Travel Treats: 10 of the Best Travel Documentaries to Feed a Curious Mind
As we look to future travel, here are a fresh selection of films and documentaries shared by JourneyWoman Margaret Byrne in Australia to ease her border blues.
Journeys of the Heart: Women Share Stories of Walking the Camino de Santiago
Women share their stories of walking the Camino de Santiago, the people they encountered along the way, and how the experience changed their lives.