curated from our journeywoman community
Women’s Travel Tips
We want to empower you with the practical, real, and honest information you need to travel safely and well. Here, you’ll find tips from our community to help you plan your journey, be safe when you’re there, and share your story with us when you’re back!
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Cultures around the world have tied the know in a variety of vibrant colours…
Before you go on your adventure, pick your angle. Remember, “Paris” is not the story, it’s the destination.
Before visiting Iran, I did my culturally correct clothing research and found out about the chador, the “traditional” Iranian dress for women
As you travel the world carrying only your backpack or other small bag you want to be prepared for as many eventualities as possible. Since you can’t possibly carry all the things you might need, JW suggests the bandana hacks for travel, instead!
Don Nadeau of BidonTravel.com hopes these tips will give JourneyWomen the basic information that every rental car customer should know.
Brianne travelled to Jordan and shares of her observations to help other women planning to travel to this part of the world.
Susan Van Allen, author of ‘100 Places In Italy Every Woman Should Go‘ tells us what she puts in her suitcase when she sets out for Italy.
So you want to go to India? It’s been calling you for years and you’re feeling ready to explore this fascinating, thrilling yet frustrating country.
TV host and chef Paula Roy shares her top tips for adding global flavour to your holiday.
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