Women4Adventure is where new ideas and adventures are born.Our aim is to inspire women of all ages and fitness levels from around the world to explore actively. We feature international active travel ideas, tips, interviews and destinations from around the world.
If you love hiking, cycling, trail-running, skiing, city walking tours, canoeing, river rafting, surfing, horse-riding, yoga, meditation, Pilates and much more, we have you covered. With Women4Adventure you’ll discover that exciting active holidays are exhilarating solo, with your partner, with friends or with your family.We’re also passionate about showcasing inspirational women and asking women who are experts in their fields for stories, ideas and advice. Women4Adventure is most of all for the everyday woman who seeks a new adventure.
Meet the Team
Franki Black is a South African travel journalist currently living in London. Franki has worked in a Costa Rican jungle, on yachts in the Caribbean and in the African bushveld. In her spare time you’ll find her hiking, running or cycling somewhere in the wild, reading or playing the guitar in a band. Franki’s been in the media industry for over six years and her articles have been featured in a host of international publications. Twitter: @frankiblack/Email: firstname.lastname@example.org/ www.frankiblack.com.
The Pro Trail Runner
Megan Levinson is a South African athlete with a passion for adventure, mountains and trail running. Her enthusiasm lies in growing and promoting the sport of trail and mountain running. South Africa has perfect resources for this sport to be enjoyed and for athletes to compete at an international level. Megan loves to see others achieve and simply getting out there into the mountains – appreciating everything South Africa has to offer. Megan lives in Cape Town, the perfect place to train and spend most days as high up in the mountains as possible. Twitter @Meg_Mackenzie86/ Instagram megmackenzie1/ www.megmackenziecoaching.co.za.
Zoelle Horowitz discovered yoga as a teenager during dance training. It was then forgotten about during strenuous years at medical school. The life of a young doctor was emotionally and physically taxing and Zoelle began to battle with stress levels and was horrified at how her body was deteriorating. Yoga found Zoelle again at an important juncture and reminded her that she needed to take care of herself to be able to help others. Zoelle is inspired by the synergistic relationship of yogic life and health, and incorporates yoga into every adventure that she embarks on. Email: email@example.com
Cristina Fernandez del Valle is originally from Mexico. She’s spent her last 20 winters skiing and snowboarding and she’s also worked at ski and snowboard schools in America. She is married to a South African and now spends most of her time along the South African coast. Twitter & Instagram: cristinafva/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The British Isles are dotted with a wide variety of epic coastal, country and historic walks, all easily accessible via public transport. We present our top five multi-day treks in the UK.http://www.women4adventure.com/5-of-the-greatest-long-distance-walks-in-the-uk/ On Foot Holidays The South West Coast Path Thamespathwalk Love GREAT Britain
Get ski-ready at the UK's top indoor ski centres. See our guide here: http://www.women4adventure.com/get-ski-ready-at-the-uks-top-indoor-ski-centres/ SkiingProperty.com The Snow Centre Snozone Chill Factore SnowDome
Travel writer, Alexis Zahner, shares her Moroccan adventure with us: http://www.women4adventure.com/exploring-the-imperial-cities-of-morocco/ Mermaid Tales Adventure Encounters Travel Visit Morocco - Moroccan National Tourist Office
Now this is one inspiring lady.
An insider's look at the world's most intense mountain-biking race: http://www.women4adventure.com/tour-de-france-of-mountain-biking/ #CapeEpic Cape Epic Mountain biking SPOT Africa Inspired Summit Adventures. Thank you Go And Travel magazine.
LET'S ALL BOYCOTT PLASTIC BOTTLES - SHARE IF YOU AGREE!
It’s madness that the average person (US) uses 167 plastic bottles annually when many of us can simply drink our tap water. 75% of the billions of plastic bottles produced every year end up polluting our lands and oceans. Bottle caps are currently non-recyclable and are particularly lethal to a variety of ocean species. Besides causing outrageous environmental damage, plastic bottles also contain Bisphenol A (BPA), which has been proven to be HAZARDOUS TO HUMAN HEALTH. Opt instead for a refillable BPA-free bottle or drink tap water from a glass. #timetotakeaction #shareifyouagree Environmental Investigation Agency Sustainability
Healthy eating tips shared by our yoga expert! Stewart Norman Marianne Wiid Erin Sprong Taru Jaroszynska Megan Carla Schumann Om Yoga Show, London Yoga International Yoga Inspiration The House of Yoga Zoshia Shepherd Genia Nowicki Romy Chevallier
We chat to our yoga expert, Zoelle Horowitz, to get the lowdown on yogi-centric healthy eating: http://www.women4adventure.com/the-best-diet-advice-from-our-yogi-expert/