Family outing

London Zoo with Babies

London has always surprised me with its abundance of green outdoor space right in the heart of the city: Hampstead Heath, Richmond Park, various canals and Epping Forest to name a few (read about our top London outdoor picks). After a recent visit to the ZSL London Zoo, I can now firmly place it on […]

Flying machines aren’t just for boys

One woman’s journey to complete the toughest air race on earth. Following on from our first feature on paramotoring (read it here), we’re over the clouds to now feature Lara Kjeldsen’s story. Lara’s story It’s perhaps not surprising that paramotoring is dominated by men—involving the irresistible draw of engines, adventure and, of course, flying—but when […]

3 Cities for your Christmas Bucket List

As we gear up for Christmas 2018, we thought we’d share a few of our favourite festive season cities. Vienna, Austria Vienna has one of the most dazzling Christmas seasons in the world. Every year the city is transformed into a winter wonderland where you can wander through Christmas markets, listen to choral music, watch […]

Epping Forest

Discover the Magic of London’s Parks

London, one of the world’s great economic hubs, is known for its fast-paced and urban energy. The city’s extensive underground network, red buses, high streets, skyscrapers and busy streets make London iconic and exciting, but for people like me, a healthy dose of nature is vital to balance out all the buzz. This is why […]

Travelling Across the US in a Campervan: Sarah’s story

We’ve featured AdventureShares of all shapes and forms, but few have included all the themes of Women4Adventure. Sarah Van Remoortere’s tale of adventuring across the US in a campervan seems to tick all our boxes. She and her boyfriend landed in New York, bought a van and headed cross-country. Along the route they camped, cycled, […]


Suzy on How Yoga Changed Her Life

A few months ago, Suzy Reading, a UK-based psychologist specialising in self-care, presented a workshop on self-care and we were lucky enough to be there. Her wise, graceful and gentle approach to life was so inspiring that we reached out to Suzy to share her insights with the wider Women4Adventure community. In this #adventureshare, Suzy […]

Solo travel

Travelling Solo through the Middle East: Lydia’s story

Lydia Harris, a 29-year-old HR professional from London, recently decided to escape the big city for an epic three-week solo trip through the Middle East. She loves to travel whenever possible and has recently discovered a new-found passion for solo adventures. We caught up with Lydia on her latest solo adventure. Where I travelled to… […]

Why Ping Pong is the ultimate stress buster

It’s no secret that excessive stress can play havoc with our health. Along with a balanced diet, decent sleep and exercise, ping-pong is a surprisingly effective (not to mention fun) stress buster. Not only does table tennis help to relax our brains, but it also aids us in overcoming anxiety and offers great relaxation benefits. […]

Hyde Park Contemporary Art Walk

“There’s no doubt that London is the global centre of art today,” says our Sidestory guide and art expert, Edy Ferguson. “New York City once dominated the global art scene, but factors such as greed, commercialisation and an adversity to taking risks have changed its position.” We meet Edy at Hyde Park’s Serpentine Pavilion. Most […]

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 […]