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.
JourneyWoman’s animal tourism expert Nora Livingstone shares her thoughts on what we can do to protect wildlife when we travel.
With its laid-back, bohemian vibe, Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca, is the perfect destination for ocean-loving, adventurous women who want to reconnect with nature.
How can women be a force for positive change? We spoke with Transformational Travel Coach Jill Valentine, CEO of UGO Impact, to learn more.
Resources for women to learn about and support Indigenous tourism, history and culture, with tips on land acknowledgements, museums, books, documentaries and more.
Our animal ethics expert Nora Livingstone shares four easy ways we can be animal-friendly and make our travel experiences more meaningful.
Guest Writer Carol Moore-Ede shares her visit to the Elephant Valley Project, Cambodia’s original elephant sanctuary.
On April 15, we published an article called “How Will COVID-19 Change Travel? with predictions from top travel writers. Were we right? What have we learned and what’s next for travel in the future?
It was at Arowhon Pines that I had my most memorable wildlife experience of the summer – watching a baby moose enjoy lilypads only metres away.
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.
Books, films and courses recommended by our community, friends and family to help us learn about bias and anti-racism.
For those who have a kinship with animals, there’s little more awe-inspiring than getting up close and personal with nature’s creatures in their natural habitat.
The Turtle Hospital is the first veterinary hospital for turtles in the world, with 2,000 rescued turtles since it was founded. The hospital helps five kinds of turtles: Loggerhead, Green Sea Turtles, Leatherbacks, Kemp’s Ridley (or Ghost Turtle) and Hawksbill.