Female solo travelers recommend their top safety products to help women over 50 travel safely anywhere in the world.
JourneyWoman launches “Things She Loves’, women-recommended products and services to make solo travel easier and fun.
For those travelling to or from Toronto, consider Toronto’s ‘other’ airport, Billy Bishop Airport, located on Toronto Island.
JourneyWoman readers recommend their top spinner luggage brands, sized for carry-on in most overhead bins.
Packing for a horseback riding trip has its own challenges, particularly in the remote backcountry of the Canadian Rockies.
Contributing writer Diana Eden shares her tips on preparing for a trip to Iceland from a woman-over-80’s perspective.
Packing, tracking and technology tips to make remote travel and work easier, including accessories, clothing and electronics.
Diana Eden, our stylish and adventurous women over 80 columnist, shares seven practical tips to prepare for her first African safari.
These eco-friendly packing tips will help you take your packing to the next level, part of our commitment to do good when we travel.
Members of the JourneyWomen community share the surprising items they can’t travel without, like dry-wicking undergarments to cable ties.
Franny Bergschneider, a lifelong adventurer who now leads expeditions at Wild Women Expeditions, shares her top 10 tips for the Antarctic.
Our new JourneyWoman shop is filled with JourneyWoman travel accessories like notebooks, luggage tags, bandanas and more!
Take a peek into my backpack with my Camino de Santiago packing list, filled with everything you need to get ready for your pilgrimage.
Travel writer Sandra Phillips shares 13 never-leave-home-without-them travel items to have a stress-free trip.
Packing expert Anne McAlpin shares her expert tips for post-pandemic travel, and travel hacks to get you inspired for future travel.
Women-tested packing tips to help you plan and pack for your road trip in the COVID era.
As you travel the world carrying only your backpack or other small bag you want to be prepared for as many eventualities as possible. Since you can’t possibly carry all the things you might need, JW suggests the bandana hacks for travel, instead!
Susan Van Allen, author of ‘100 Places In Italy Every Woman Should Go‘ tells us what she puts in her suitcase when she sets out for Italy.
Packing for a cruise requires a definite knack – a skill Arline Bleecker didn’t always have.
Evelyn Hannon realized the benefits of packing light after losing her luggage not once, but twice. Here, she shares 10 reasons not to over stuff your suitcase.
American JourneyWoman Kerry knows a thing or two about travelling with a backpack & shares 36 things she’s found indispensable on her globe-trotting trips.
What every solo woman should pack in her carry-on or suitcase to help her pack light and pack right on her travels.
In this article from our archives, JourneyWoman and journalist Alexis Grant shares her insight on packing for a women’s solo trip to Africa.
What to pack and what to wear when travelling to the rain forest.