You may be a solo travel expert, but have you ever hiked Colombia on your own? Contributor Samantha Glauser shares what she learned on her solo adventure through the Colombian rainforest.READ MORE
The JourneyWoman Book Club ventures into Brazil and the Amazon Rainforest for a journey from darkness to light with Ann Patchett’s novel “State of Wonder.”READ MORE
Sue was 16 when she spotted an ad in her Kansas high school newspaper for American Field Service (AFS)’s Study Abroad programs. She wondered aloud if she could do this. As the third of six daughters, she wasn’t sure itw ould fit into the family budget. But the stories she read from other students were so exciting and inspring, she drummed up the courage to ask.READ MORE
Cruising through the icy waters of Los Glaciares National Park in Patagonia, I could only imagine what the earliest explorers felt when they came across this frozen land thousands of years ago.READ MORE
Donna Star, author of Cuba for Mama: A Daughter’s Journey 2016: Travel Tales & Tips, shares her tips on preparing for a solo trip to CubaREAD MORE
Travelling as a solo woman to Managua, Nicaragua, I have to admit to some anxiety, but I found much to love in this Central American country.READ MORE
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