Our Accessible Travel writer Tanzila Khan discovers that kayaking is possible for adventurous women in a wheelchair, in Stockholm, Sweden.
JourneyWoman’s Women’s Speaker’s Bureau features women 50+ who want to use their voices to create positive change in travel.
In this new series, we explore sustainable travel and our role as women, featuring Shannon Guihan from The Travel Corporation (TTC).
We’ve expanded our editorial team to better the reflect the needs of solo women over 50, as women lead a more intentional approach to travel.
For the past eight years, Sandra Phinney has been thinking about—and trying to put into practice—what she’s learned about slow travel at home.
With 54 sovereign countries, the African continent offers solo women vibrant communities, a range of wildlife and diverse cultures.
Thinking about post-pandemic travel? Meet our expert panel of women-owned tour operators to learn about group travel for solo women.
Find, share and support women-owned accommodations in our Women’s Travel Directory, which also features Indigenous and accessible businesses.
Swan Hellenic wants solo women to embrace the opportunity to ‘see what others don’t’, with an all-inclusive, luxury approach to cruising.
Nominations are now open for the 2024 JourneyWoman Award for Lifetime Achievement to recognize women over 50 in the travel industry, in honour of our founder Evelyn Hannon.