WIN a Magical 2-night Stay at a Woodland Hut in the English Countryside!

Win a two-night stay, valued at £300, for up to six people at Jacob’s Folly, a gorgeous, quirky hut situated in the North Norfolk countryside. To enter, LIKE the Women4Adventure Facebook Page & SHARE this competition on your Facebook timeline. The competition deadline is 19 January 2018 and the winner will be announced 22 January […]

Your Guide to Asian Travel Etiquette

Travelling through Asia can be one of the most exciting and mind-expanding experiences you can have, but it’s important to be mindful of the  unique social customs and etiquette you’ll find along the way. Familiarising yourself with these before you land in the arrivals lounge is a sure way of making your journey that much […]

Go on a Rickshaw Challenge in Sri Lanka

As an experienced traveller it’s easy to become jaded. You can explore a country by train, you can explore it on foot, but after some time you can become weary of staying in the same sorts of places, bumping into the same people time and again. To keep your wanderlust not just alive but thriving, […]

Get Ski Ready at UK’s Top Indoor Ski Centres

There’s just something about the outdoors that gives off a certain je ne sais quoi. Swimming in a pool is fine, but swimming in an ocean or a river is magnificent. Running on a treadmill is fun, but running outside as the scenery changes is an adventure. The same thing applies to skiing – outdoor […]

Exploring the Imperial Cities of Morocco

Morocco is an eye opening effervescent experience. It draws influence from the Middle East to Southern Europe, and boasts unique vibrancy forged throughout history. Its sweeping seaside cities and pink  medinas are enough to enchant even the most seasoned traveller. From King’s Palaces to mosques and city squares, the four Imperial Cities of Rabat, Meknes, Marrakech […]

Tour de France of Mountain Biking

By Timothy Hammond EPIC HIGHS AND EPIC LOWS – Experiencing the notorious 8-day Absa Cape Epic mountain bike race from the front. Coined by many as the “Tour de France of the mountain biking world”, the Cape Epic is exactly as its name suggests – an epic mountain bike race around the Cape Winelands in […]

6 Best Running Routes In London

From iconic urban trails to inner-city wildernesses, London has some of the world’s most exciting running terrain. Besides keeping fit, running in London doubles up as sightseeing too. Whether you are looking for a head-turning route or one that allows you to switch off, here are 6 of the best running routes in the city. […]

5 Epic Train Journeys Around the World

Not all train journeys are dreaded commutes on overcrowded carriages, some of the greatest and most epic adventures in the world can be enjoyed on a set of tracks. Travel specialists, Four Corners PR, shares their top five journeys. Trans-Siberian Railway For a century, trains have clicked and clacked along the Trans-Siberian railway regardless of […]

Hiking in the Australian Outback with Kids

As I stood at the base of the Kings Canyon looking up at the steep path ahead of me, I started questioning my sanity at attempting this with two young kids. I won’t lie, the first part of this walk is brutal. My thighs burned, I breathed heavily and my fat cells cried tears of […]

Scientific Proof that Walking During your Lunch Break Boosts Creativity

Stanford University Scientists: Walking Boosts Creativity As it turns out, taking a long walk during office hours isn’t procrastination at all, and could be beneficial to your overall work productivity.This isn’t just anecdotal speculation. The idea is actually backed by science. According to researchers from Stanford University, simply taking a walk can do a lot […]