JourneyWoman’s Women’s Speaker’s Bureau features women 50+ who want to use their voices to create positive change in travel.
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What’s New in Women’s Solo Travel
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.
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.
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.
Whether you are on wheels or on foot, Tanzila Khan says the world deserves to see your marks left behind as you navigate the world.
The award-winning podcast, ‘Soul of Travel’ has joined forces with JourneyWoman to amplify women’s voices in travel.
Women’s travel leaders Wild Women Expeditions and JourneyWoman are partnering to raise funds for Ally House, to prevent human trafficking.
Our latest survey shows what women 50+ want in travel and what needs to change to meet the needs of these savvy, independent decision makers.
JourneyWoman’s latest survey of women over 50 shows a trend to off-season travel, less-travelled places and longer trips.
Women’s Travel Directory adds membership tier for startups and new partners to help growing tour companies connect with women 50+.
For Women’s History Month, TravelPulse profiled 17 women of influence transforming travel, including JourneyWoman CEO Carolyn Ray.
JourneyWoman expands global marketplace for women-friendly tours, retreats, guides and accommodations, supporting women and small businesses.
Trafalgar Tours sponsors “Kickass Solo Women Over 50” panel to profile adventurous women at Women’s Travel Fest 2023 in New York City.
It’s time to rethink the words and phrases used to stereotype older women and devalue the wisdom of women over 50.
Congratulations to Rue Mapp, Céline Cousteau and Juliet Kinsman, three women dedicated to inclusive, sustainable travel.
A new global study conducted by JourneyWoman shows that solo female travellers over 50 feel undervalued by the travel industry.
JourneyWoman CEO Carolyn Ray joins Christine Winebrenner on her ‘Soul of Travel’ podcast, which features inspiring women changing travel.
Solo travel Boomer and GenX statistics and studies from JourneyWoman, the original solo travel publication for women over 50.
What secret do women’s tour operators know about creating long-lasting bonds and deeper connections with women solo travellers?
A new survey of global tour operators from JourneyWoman demonstrates the power of solo women over 55 in travel.