Last updated on March 31st, 2022
JourneyWoman’s Guide to the
Caribbean + Mexico
Explore the Maya underworld with “Gods of Jade and Shadow” by Silvia Moreno-Garcia, a fantastical novel set in 1920s Mexico.
Featured image: Reconnect with the ocean / Photo by Paula Owen Photography Escape the crowds at this small boutique resort in the Bahamas by Carolyn Ray, Editor-in-Chief, JourneyWoman It’s sunrise and I’m standing knee-deep in waves, watching a stingray sweep the...
JourneyWoman editor-in-chief Carolyn reflects on three months of living in Mexico, where she discovered the soul of this country, re-asserted her own independence and rediscovered her curiosity.
From El Fin del Mundo in Argentina to the sandswept Sahara Desert, here are five places you may want to ring in the New Year in the future.
Sun, Sand and R&R in the Caribbean & Mexico
Looking for a Woman-Friendly Tour in Mexico?
With longer stays dominating the vacation rental market, these 10 expert tips will help women find safe, cost-effective homestays.
Guest Writer and photographer Carol Moore-Ede gives us a snapshot of her best tips for capturing travel photos without forgetting your manners.
Travel to Puerto Rico? Not with out Amy Gordon’s book – 100 Things to Do in Puerto Rico Before You Die. It comes JourneyWoman recommended!
Carolyn Ray shares her Top 10 Tips for travellers visiting Puerto Rico from a month-long stay in 2020.
Isla Mujeres (The Island of Women) is a hidden little gem off the coast of Cancun just a short 25-minute ferry ride from mainland Mexico.
The JourneyWoman network shares their best tips and advice on what to pack and how to dress like the locals when travelling to Mexico.
The JourneyWoman network shares their best tips and advice on what to pack and how to dress like the locals when travelling to Martinique.
The JourneyWoman network shares their best tips and advice on what to pack and how to dress like the locals when travelling to Jamaica.
Merida’s colonial history, warm climate, beaches, UNESCO sites, Pueblos Mágicos and Cenotes might entice you to stay in Mexico long term.
With its laid-back, bohemian vibe, Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca, is the perfect destination for ocean-loving, adventurous women who want to reconnect with nature.
10 useful tips to travel safely to and enjoy the colonial city of San Miguel de Allende for first-time solo travellers.
Our list of restaurants, cafes and markets, from street food to upscale, recommended by the locals in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.
Known as the heart of Mexico, San Miguel de Allende offers many diverse arts and cultural experiences for women to enjoy.
The JourneyWoman Book Club heads to Cuba as solo traveller Wanda St. Hilaire explores love and adventure in her 2009 memoir, “The Cuban Chronicles.”
We won’t be surprised if you make a lifestyle change after reading Ann Vanderhoof’s memoir of spending two years cruising from Toronto to the Caribbean and back on a 42-foot sailboat.
For those who travel to southern destinations to miss the worst of winter weather, this year presents some special challenges. Where else can we go to escape the snow and sub-zero temperatures? JW Advisory Council member Nancy Drolet shares safety considerations and top picks for long-term stays in the warm waters of the Caribbean.
“Nobody can discover the world for somebody else. Only when we discover it for ourselves does it become common ground and a common bond and we cease to be alone.”
– Wendell Berry.