Grandmother of three Kathy Buckworth’s new column “My Grand Journey” explores tips and places for multi-generational travel with grandchildren.
With the war in Israel, should we travel to Egypt and Jordan? How to stay safe and alternatives to travel in other regions around the world.
Inspired by the idea of ‘psychogeography, when we take time to slow down and experience things, we can discover extraordinary things close to home.
For World Tourism Day 2023, we invited five influential women travel leaders to share actions women can take to create meaningful change.
Visiting London? Why not take a long weekend break in Edinburgh, one of those magical cities that can be enjoyed year-round.
Our JourneyWoman Book Club members have spoken! Announcing six new book selections to help women learn and travel by book.
Our Accessible Travel writer Tanzila Khan discovers that kayaking is possible for adventurous women in a wheelchair, in Stockholm, Sweden.
Adventures in Ecuador’s Amazon Basin, the Andes and the Galapagos Islands show us that travel is a two-way relationship.
Chinese-Canadian journalist Ruth Lor Malloy, 91, shares her life’s work to foster intercultural dialogue and justice for marginalized groups.
In this new series, we explore sustainable travel and our role as women, featuring Shannon Guihan from The Travel Corporation (TTC).