Last updated on January 7th, 2022
Type of traveller
Taking the time to connect to nature, people and cultures in a sustainable way
With its laid-back, bohemian vibe, Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca, is the perfect destination for ocean-loving, adventurous women who want to reconnect with nature.
Resources for women to learn about and support Indigenous tourism, history and culture, with tips on land acknowledgements, museums, books, documentaries and more.
Guest Writer Sue Janzen offers her perspective on solo travel for women over 50, with practical advice and tips for first-timers.
How Shifting into Slow Travel Changed my Life: A Q&A with Kathy Wood, Founder of European Experiences
European Experiences Founder Kathy Wood shares how slow travel has helped her build connections to people and cultures.
We chat with slow travel pioneer Pauline Kenny to explore the benefits of slow travel for us and the earth.
On Earth Day in April 2020, JourneyWoman formed a partnership with Tree Sisters to help reforest our planet. Learn more about reforestation and how you can help, starting with a live panel on October 27.
The Secrets of Amsterdam’s Red Light District: Lessons Editor Amanda Burgess learns about sex, love and empowerment from an immersive Airbnb virtual tour in a brothel.
Animal tourism experts Dr Carol Kline and Nora Livingstone give us tips and guidelines to engage ethically with wildlife when we travel. (Webinar)
Guest writer Dr. Carol Kline shares guidelines and tips to help travellers engage in responsible animal-based tourism.
Navigating animal experiences while traveling can be tricky. Join us on June 23 to learn about basic guidelines for us on what to do – or not do – so that we’re more informed when we start traveling again.
Our top tips to help you shed your this-is-home blinders and soak up your city like a traveller.
Travel will resume in time, and with a few tweaks to our modes and mindset, authentic experiences can be accessible on a budget.