Even as parts of the world begin opening up, international travel seems a long way off, but there’s no better time than now to channel all that pent-up wanderlust into our own cities and towns.
Travel is not just for the able-bodied. Kat Inokai may depend on mobility aids but that hasn’t stopped her from seeking adventure with her Alinker walking bike.
On June 10, the JourneyWoman Book Club is (virtually) heading to Portugal, inspired by Deborah Lawrenson’s novel “300 Days of Sun.” Join us!
Think about the most colourful and meaningful conversations you’ve had on your travels. They likely started with a question based in curiosity versus polite small talk.
Whether you are thinking about taking a solo journey or have several under your belt, there is much to be learned from pioneering women solo travellers.
Diagnosed with MS in 2002, Elizabeth Jones never thought she would travel the world. Then she discovered the Alinker.
Amanda Burgess explores what happens when JourneyWomen let curiosity guide their adventures.
COVID-19 has disrupted everyday life the world over; JW editor Amanda Burgess takes a look at our shifting perspectives, and reaches out to see where our community stands.
The idea of JourneyWoman, one that started 25 years ago, was ahead of its time. The idea was that we, as women, can support each other in the journey of life, with travel as a unifying experience.
With COVIID-19, we are in uncharted territory. To provide JourneyWomen with the insight scoop, we reached out to top travel journalists and industry experts to understand how the pandemic will change how and where we travel.
Grief and loss are part of the human experience. Indeed, it’s something the world is feeling collectively right now, gripped as we are by a pandemic. Our stories have one common thread: We all found healing in travel.
Some of us allow our fears to hold us back. Then there are the brave souls.
it is my last day in this remote, newly developed area of Cuba. I turn on my phone and my peaceful morning shifts into panic as I read about the spread of Coronavirus.
Who better than a JourneyWoman to help other women? You’re invited to our weekly JourneyWoman Community Virtual Circle, every Friday.