Motion sickness can deter women from adventures, but there are a variety of cures available to help you pursue your travel dreams.
Women share their top pet peeves about flying, including some surprising new additions and ideas on how to be better travellers.
These five day trips from Paris by train will whisk you away for a day of discovery, each into a different universe.
Age-friendly airports must become a reality. For most older travelers, the flying experience ranges from uncomfortable to excruciating.
For those travelling to or from Toronto, consider Toronto’s ‘other’ airport, Billy Bishop Airport, located on Toronto Island.
Our monthly roundup of the best travel tips from July from JourneyWoman readers to help you prepare for your next solo journey.
Expert tips for women to stay comfortable and stylish on the plane from former costume designer Diana Eden.
Women share their best airports for layovers, from Amsterdam to Vancouver, including food options, hotels, amenities and testing options.
Biking for all ages: experienced women cyclists share bike safety tips, life lessons and benefits of being a member of the Ontario By Bike community. (Sponsored)
Experienced cyclists give us the low down on Ontario’s best biking trails for women of all levels. (sponsored)
As we look to future travel, here are a fresh selection of films and documentaries shared by JourneyWoman Margaret Byrne in Australia to ease her border blues.
JourneyWoman’s own Melissa Fox shares her tips to manage a road trip with small children-your kids or your grandchildren.
Air travel isn’t what it used to be. Neither are we as travellers. Read on for a summary of experiences and some confidence-boosting recommendations from seasoned women travellers for airports and airlines.
Women-tested packing tips to help you plan and pack for your road trip in the COVID era.
JourneyWoman is going on a road-trip, venturing out to rediscover Ontario. We’ll be testing new travel safety criteria that we’ll share with you along the way.
In the market for a new (or new to you) motor home? GoRVing Canada has a few suggestions on choosing an RV that suits your tastes and needs.
Five road trips in Ontario , Canada, where women can get off-the-grid, from Balaclava to Eganville to Thunder Bay.
RV travel is poised to become one of the summer’s fastest-growing trends and is seen by many as a viable option for social distancing. We reached out to women RV owners for their tips to help you stay safe.
When Questions Lead to Amazing Travel Experiences Have you ever been somewhere and have a question bubble up in you that cannot be contained and you...
Guest writer Regina Winkle-Bryan helps us plan a road trip in her home state, Oregon.
Whether you’re traveling solo or with others, there are those moments while traveling where you become fully, viscerally aware of how much fun you’re having.
Don Nadeau of BidonTravel.com hopes these tips will give JourneyWomen the basic information that every rental car customer should know.
You know those pivotal moments when you explore a new place and a little voice inside you whispers "go down that alley" or "what is that – go find...
Guest writer Ursula Maxwell Lewis shares some the classic travel books, including suggestions from the JourneyWoman community.