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Senior Tours

Senior tours offer the safety and security of a group, while still giving you the chance to explore. Find out about senior travel clubs, travel adventures and other amazing experiences here.

44 Women’s Only Travel Adventures that Are Perfect for Over 60s
1 week ago

44 Women’s Only Travel Adventures that Are Perfect for Over 60s

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2020 marks the 100th anniversary of the passage in the United States of the 19th Amendment, which guaranteed the right of women to vote. This was a significant milestone that continues to inspire and empower women around the world…
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5 Ways to Embrace the Next Decade Through Travel with Road Scholar
4 weeks ago

5 Ways to Embrace the Next Decade Through Travel with Road Scholar

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As we approach 2020 and a brand-new decade, now is the perfect time to begin to plan for 2020 and beyond. More than ever, women 50+ are reimagining what it is to grow older and changing the way the world perceives aging…
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Alone for the Holidays? Give Yourself the Gift of an “Experience Holiday” This Year
2 months ago

Alone for the Holidays? Give Yourself the Gift of an “Experience Holiday” This Year

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Traditionally, the Holiday Season has been a time to spend at home with family and friends. For many women in our Sixty and Me community, it’s a season of spiritual celebration, gift giving, decorating and enjoying delicious food with loved ones…
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Everything You Need to Know When Considering a Safari Vacation in Your 60s
2 months ago

Everything You Need to Know When Considering a Safari Vacation in Your 60s

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If you’ve never been on a safari and are considering it for the first time, you’ll have many questions. Even if a safari has been on your bucket list for years, taking your first steps to make your dream a reality…
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How a Trip to Vietnam Helped Me Feel Gratitude and Fulfillment as a Boomer Woman
3 months ago

How a Trip to Vietnam Helped Me Feel Gratitude and Fulfillment as a Boomer Woman

My first travel memory comes from the time when I was eight. My parents, who embraced the love of travel when they were newly married in the early 1930s, introduced my brother…
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Is 60 Too Old for Adventure Travel? No Way – But Consider These 4 Things
3 months ago

Is 60 Too Old for Adventure Travel? No Way – But Consider These 4 Things

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After a month in Europe, followed by a 6-week trip to Ladakh, Nepal, and China, including base camp Mt Everest and Mt Kailash in Tibet, I’m home again on the West Coast of America…
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Two Longtime Teachers Get a Well-Deserved Reward… and Share it with Their Students
3 months ago

Two Longtime Teachers Get a Well-Deserved Reward… and Share it with Their Students

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Fall is back-to-school time and, with classrooms in full swing, the time is always perfect to mention that learning is a lifelong opportunity. Where would we be without wonderful teachers in our lives?
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The Heartwarming Story of an 89-Year-Old Grandma Who Visited 29 National Parks with Her Grandson
4 months ago

The Heartwarming Story of an 89-Year-Old Grandma Who Visited 29 National Parks with Her Grandson

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September 27th is World Tourism Day. Since 1980, the United Nations World Tourism Organization has celebrated the day to recognize the good things that tourism does, including job creation, heightened …
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10 Active Holiday Options for Women Over 60 Who Like to Be on the Move
4 months ago

10 Active Holiday Options for Women Over 60 Who Like to Be on the Move

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You don’t have to be 20-something to enjoy an active holiday, and you don’t have to be super fit either. If you enjoy walking, cycling, or simply prefer to be more active than the traditional by-the-beach-break…
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These Amazing Travel Programs Will Help You to Connect with Your Grandkids
4 months ago

These Amazing Travel Programs Will Help You to Connect with Your Grandkids

Children are natural born explorers. With a wild and wonderful sense of adventure, my little 2-year-old grandson Max loves leading me through his playground “jungle” in search of “meows” (aka cats). My 11-year-old grandson Jack is now questioning everything and with a maturing imagination, inspired by the fantasy lands of Harry Potter!
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