Can a woman in a wheelchair go on an adventurous hot air balloon ride? Definitely, if you are open to a thrilling journey in the sky.
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As a solo traveler in a wheelchair, Tanzila Khan discovers that Istanbul is a true testament to inclusivity, with many attractions and public spaces designed to accommodate everyone.
Our Accessible Travel writer Tanzila Khan discovers that kayaking is possible for adventurous women in a wheelchair, in Stockholm, Sweden.
Accessible solo travel writer Tanzila Khan explores the medieval city of Tallinn, Estonia, and lets the city guide her.
Whether you are on wheels or on foot, Tanzila Khan says the world deserves to see your marks left behind as you navigate the world.
AccessibleGO offers accessible hotel discounts of up to 60% for JourneyWoman readers, from our Women’s Travel Directory.
For women with mobility concerns, Karen Gershowitz wants you to know you can fulfill your travel bucket list, even to Antarctica.
Age-friendly airports must become a reality. For most older travelers, the flying experience ranges from uncomfortable to excruciating.
Airbnb’s new ‘Adapted’ category supports accessible travel, plus other new services to enhance safety for women.
Airbnb has created and expanded its services, including AirCover and Airbnb Setup, to encourage older women to join the platform as hosts.
Hearing loss advocate Shari Eberts shares her tips to find the right guide when traveling, resulting in the best experience possible.
Nova Scotia’s iconic Peggy’s Point Lighthouse is now fully accessible with its new award-winning viewing platform.
With longer stays dominating the vacation rental market, these 10 expert tips will help women find safe, cost-effective homestays.
Polar expert Franny Bergschneider from Wild Women Expeditions shares why Antarctica is hailed as the ultimate adventure for women.
How digging into history inspires Wendy Brooks to travel to archaeology sites around the world.
The JourneyWoman team selects their favourite off-the-beaten path travel destinations every woman should experience, from Ethiopia to Thailand.
10 recommended options for women to travel on a budget, including housesitting, hospitality services and accessible hotels.
Guest Writer Karen Gershowitz shares her story of traveling with chronic pain to Iceland, and shows us how it might slow you down, but doesn’t have to permanently ground you.
How a multiple sclerosis diagnosis challenged solo female traveller Jennifer Haddow to change her life and trek to Mount Everest.
What will the new way to travel look like for mature, independent women? We think these five criteria will help us, as women, lead the way.
Five ways to travel well in Venice, from exploring lesser-known places and local markets to walking safely on its uneven streets.
Author Elizabeth Bingham shares tips for accessible travel in Europe from “Easy-Walking Europe: Tips and Suggested Tours for the (Somewhat) Mobility Impaired.
Travel is not just for the able-bodied. Kat Inokai may depend on mobility aids but that hasn’t stopped her from seeking adventure with her Alinker walking bike.
Diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2002, Elizabeth Jones uses an Alinker walking bike to travel to Denmark and Sweden.