For World Tourism Day 2023, we invited five influential women travel leaders to share actions women can take to create meaningful change.
Protect and conserve nature, wildlife and communities
Stories About Sustainable Travel
In this new series, we explore sustainable travel and our role as women, featuring Shannon Guihan from The Travel Corporation (TTC).
As director of The Peregrine Fund-Africa, Darcy Ogada is working to save Kenya’s raptors – from falcons to eagles – from extinction.
In Africa, the cheetah population is dwindling as they are captured as pets, killed over conflict and suffering from land use and climate change.
Travel tips for women taking their first river cruise, including tipping, etiquette, room size, weather and packing tips.
Entrepreneur and inventor Alice Chun delivers her solar lights to disaster areas around the world, bringing light to the darkness.
Contributor Rupi Mangat interviews Dr Cynthia Moss, who has been studying the free-ranging elephants of Amboseli National Park since 1972.
Leopard researcher Yumi Yamane has dedicated her life to understanding the behaviour of leopards in Nairobi, Kenya.
Sandy Biback recalls her experience walking with elephants at an ethical elephant sanctuary in Luang Prabang, Laos.
These five day trips from Paris by train will whisk you away for a day of discovery, each into a different universe.
With its women-only trips, Intrepid hopes to move the needle on gender equality and women’s empowerment, attracting more mature women over 50.
Congratulations to Rue Mapp, Céline Cousteau and Juliet Kinsman, three women dedicated to inclusive, sustainable travel.
Seven ways women can embrace a more conscious, sustainable and responsible mindset when we travel.
A safari in Tanzania is not just about the wildlife, but also about the people, who are the protectors of this ancient land where our ancestors once roamed.
JourneyWoman’s Carolyn Ray and G Adventures founder Bruce Poon Tip, executive producer of “The Last Tourist”, talk about sustainable travel.
Learn about sustainable travel on our September 9 webinar with JourneyWoman CEO Carolyn Ray, Anna Pollock, Norie Quintos and Shannon Guihan.
With more women travelling solo, TTC’s Melissa DaSilva seeks to empower women with safe, affordable and sustainable women-only tours.
2022 JourneyWoman Award winner Anna Pollock on regenerative thinking, sustainable travel and how women can contribute to positive change.
Regenerative Tourism Pioneer Anna Pollock Receives the 2022 JourneyWoman Award for Lifetime Achievement
Anna Pollock, Founder of Conscious Travel, is the 2022 Recipient of the JourneyWoman Award, given in honour of the late Evelyn Hannon, at the Women in Travel Summit.
JourneyWoman Advisory Council member Tonya Fitzpatrick facilitates an educational discussion on unconscious bias in travel.