Solo Travel

Do you love solo travel? Or do you prefer to travel in a group? If the first sounds like you, you'll love our articles on fighting the single supplement, staying safe while traveling and making friends on the road.

1 month ago

6 Amazing Vacations for Single Women Over 60

Single women over 60 are traveling like never before – and loving it. With so much travel information available in print and online, planning a rewarding solo vacation is easier than ever. Here are six amazing vacation ideas for single women over 60 – four organized…

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2 months ago

How to Get an Authentic Travel Experience in Italy

Authentic travel. We’re all talking about it but what exactly makes a trip authentic? And more to the point, is it really possible to find authenticity on a fleeting one- or two-week holiday – and particularly if we’re partial to a touch of luxury?

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3 months ago

10 Reasons to Travel Solo with a Group After 60

Traveling solo has its upside at any age, even for women who have passed the midlife half-point – you do not have to consult anyone when you want to do something particularly interesting…

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7 months ago

7 Tips to Ease the Stress of Solo Travel

Are you considering taking a trip alone? Do you regularly travel alone? Smartphones have made travel more manageable but have also added a level of safety and organization that was previously unattainable for most novices. Here are some tips…

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8 months ago

How Travel Empowers Women: Travelers and Locals!

Travel can be one of the most transformative and inspirational experiences a person can have. It can be especially empowering for women as travel fosters growth and learning, builds confidence, creates global connections with like-minded…

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11 months ago

Solo Travel – Getting Back to Basics

Post pandemic travel is a new and interesting experience. So many people, myself included, are ready to explore the world again. The question is, just how do we do that now? Destinations are beginning to open to visitors but there are still many aspects…

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1 year ago

There Is Something Special About a Road Trip

When I am feeling hemmed in, the desire to get in the car and head out on a road trip is never far from my mind. Travel by plane, train or bus is fine, but there is something about an automobile that lends an extra air of freedom…

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3 years ago

7 Tips That Can Get Any Boomer Woman to Pack Her Travel Bags Today

A few weeks ago, I lost my sister due to complications from diabetes. She was 69 years young and, although her health was never what it should have been, it was still sudden and unexpected…

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3 years ago

A Salute to Journeywoman Founder Evelyn Hannon – The First Travel Blogger

In April of this year, we lost a pioneer in women’s travel. Evelyn Hannon, the founder and editor of Jour-neywoman, passed away. She was, by all accounts, a private person…

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3 years ago

The Smart Way to Travel When You’re Over 60 and Going It Solo

Solo travel can be daunting. Most of your life, someone else has handled the travel – the reservations, the research, the budgeting. Now, suddenly, for whatever reason – it’s up to you…

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