The voluntourism trend continues to thrive, and it seems baby boomer women are particularly drawn to this form of travel. Daniel Almond finds out why. Advertisements
Australia has a multicultural and multi-ethic population, and many local baby boomers are going overseas for months at a time to reconnect with their cultures and homelands.
Forget sleepy coastal towns – increasing numbers of baby boomers are looking to retire to golfing estates, as Katie van Leeuwen discovers.
The over 50s are embracing new technology with open arms. Katie Van Leeuwen looks into the apps being used by travelling boomers to make their holidays a breeze.
For many baby boomers, the thought of learning a new language is quite literally a foreign concept. But is it impossible? Laura Parr takes a look.
Australia’s female baby boomers are taking travelling to the next level. These women have high levels of fitness and are unafraid to push the limits. Joanna Letner learns more.
Baby boomers are leading the charge in genealogical tourism – travelling to retrace the footsteps of their ancestors. It’s a phenomenon that’s redefining travel. Yvette De Stoop reports.
Baby boomers are opting for home swapping over hotels, drawn to its financial benefits and a sense of connection to the community, as Miji Kang reports.
With grey divorce on the rise, single and solo travellers in their forties and over are becoming more common. Kahla Preston asks: is one really the loneliest number?
There are now companies specialising in visiting impoverished areas of third world countries. While these tours can sometimes raise money, they also raise eyebrows. Alice Orszulok reports.