Last updated on September 10th, 2021
JourneyWoman’s Guide to
The United States
Canyon overlook, Zion National Park, Utah | White Mount Media
JourneyWoman and Womentravel.info join forces to provide women with the world’s largest resource for verified women-friendly tours, retreats, accommodations and guides.
With a whole world to explore, which UNESCO World Heritage Sites should be on every woman’s must-see list?
Local Diana Eden shares her tips to experience Las Vegas beyond The Strip – hiking National Parks, picking apples in orchards, playing cowboy at the rodeo, restaurants that only locals know about, and more.
A quick-hit guide to the best US trails for women as selected by an all-woman panel of hiking experts.
How one woman went from rock bottom to the top, burned herself out, and found rejuvenation in the healing mineral springs of New Mexico.
Places we love
Patty has been learning how to become a traveller in her own city, San Antonio, TX.
If you’re gluten-sensitive and visiting NYC, there’s no need to feel pangs of remorse over all the amazing Italian cuisine options!
If you want a taste of the way Florida used to be, stop in Stuart, just north of Palm Beach.
Places We Love
Carolyn Ray shares her Top 10 Tips for travellers visiting Puerto Rico from a month-long stay in 2020.
Known as the ‘Spanish Virgin Islands’, Vieques is located about eight miles (13 km) east of the Puerto Rican mainland, and is 20 miles (32 km) long by 4.5 miles (7 km) wide. It’s not hard to tell a tourist from one of the 9,000 locals, who share the dusty streets with horses, golf carts, trucks, scooters and Jeeps.
No matter your interest, you’ll find something to love in Puerto Rico.
n early 2018, I bought a Ford Transit Connect minivan with dreams of taking some epic road trips. I soon equipped it with a comfy memory foam bed and started setting out on road trips of increasing length…
JourneyWoman readers share their tips and advice on how to dress and what to pack when visiting the United States.
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“Perhaps, after all, America never has been discovered. I myself would say that it had merely been detected.”
– Oscar Wilde