Practical travel safety tips to help young women plan and prepare for their first solo trip, covering physical to online safety.
Women’s safety advocate Tracey Breeden shares how women can protect themselves against online harassment, which data shows is intensifying.
Women’s safety expert Tracey Breeden shares her top tips for women to stay safe in the digital world.
JourneyWoman and Safe4Life are offering young women a free self-defence class on Tuesday, September 28 to help them prepare for potentially threatening situations.
Our 2021 TravelReady Women’s Safety Survey shows that safety is still a major concern for women, at home and while travelling.
Self-defense expert Lorna Selig, President, Safe4Life, shares her advice for women to prevent assault at home and while travelling.
Self-defense expert Lorna Selig shares her top travel tips for women and hosts a 60-minute self-defense training class.
Air travel isn’t what it used to be. Neither are we as travellers. Read on for a summary of experiences and some confidence-boosting recommendations from seasoned women travellers for airports and airlines.
Our research shows that women – particularly Gen Xers and Baby Boomers – are powerful influencers in travel. Post-pandemic, how can women help the travel industry rebuild trust?
Mariellen Ward is a Canadian JourneyWoman who lives in India and writes about safety and travel for women on her blog, BreatheDreamGo.
Carolyn Ray shares the tips she learned for preparing for an earthquake while travelling to countries prone to natural disaster.
Brianne travelled to Jordan and shares of her observations to help other women planning to travel to this part of the world.
So you want to go to India? It’s been calling you for years and you’re feeling ready to explore this fascinating, thrilling yet frustrating country.
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Be very aware, ladies. Pickpockets are experts in the art of distraction. It’s up to you to outsmart them. Be pickpocket savvy! Here are some creative distractions to watch for.
Avoid becoming a prime target for thieves. The smart woman traveller wants to remain as inconspicuous as possible.
Recently I’ve read several blogs written by experienced backpackers who offer their well-intentioned tips on having good, clean sex in hostels around the world. I’ve reviewed these tips and was left wondering ‘do solo women travellers think it’s cool to have casual sex with strangers on the road?’
With over 25 years of travel experience under her belt, OG JourneyWoman Evelyn Hannon shares her top safety tips for women travelling solo.
Female travellers should have a check list for keeping themselves out of harm’s way, even at your hotel. Here are our 12 JourneyWoman tips to get you started.
Solo travel is a true adventure, but sadly, each year young female tourists lose their lives or are victims of social deviants as they explore the world. When venturing abroad, keep these safety tips in mind.
Donna Star, author of Cuba for Mama: A Daughter’s Journey 2016: Travel Tales & Tips, shares her tips on preparing for a solo trip to Cuba
Evelyn Hannon shares her top tips and tricks for packing for every trip.