A new survey of global tour operators from JourneyWoman demonstrates the power of solo women over 55 in travel.
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Solo traveller Sue Janzen explores how solo travel differs from group travel as she plans a trip to Ireland with Globus Travel. (sponsored)
When you’re over 80, planning a 16-day African safari takes time, but it’s worth it, as Diana Eden, our women over 80 contributor advises.
With more women travelling solo, TTC’s Melissa DaSilva seeks to empower women with safe, affordable and sustainable women-only tours.
Experienced solo travellers share their candid advice to help aspiring first-timers take the first step into solo travel.
From the Antarctic to Costa Rica to South Africa, these wildlife tours offer women an opportunity for life-changing animal experiences.
Eight curated experiences for adventurous women, from Croatia to South Africa, featured in JourneyWoman’s Women’s Travel Directory.
From Bali to Thailand, we’ve curated some of our most recommended wellness retreats and experiences for solo women. (Updated August 2022)
JourneyWoman and Girls’ Guide to Paris host wellness retreat for women to reconnect, their share wisdom and feel a renewed sense of purpose.
Even the world’s most famous pilgrimage, Spain’s Camino de Santiago, has some surprises for experienced walker JourneyWoman Publisher Carolyn Ray.
JW Publisher Carolyn Ray shares her lessons and tips to embrace adventure in the real Canadian Rockies on a six-day horseback riding tour in the backcountry of Alberta.
Amanda Burgess chronicles her solo travel adventures on New Zealand’s South Island and shares observations about ts people and herself.
Women share their once-in-a-lifetime stories of the Northern Lights, which inextricably connect us to the universe in a way that no other experience in the world can offer.
Best-selling author Patricia Sands shares her love for southern France and offers travel tips for women visiting the region.