When we think of solo travel, the young millennial, backpacking across Europe and sleeping in hostels is usually what comes to mind. A recent study has shown that 71% of women who travel solo were shall we say….”mature women”.
After being cooped up in the house over the winter and with international travel currently restricted, I am sure that many of us will be going on lots of roadtrips this summer. Who doesn’t love a good roadtrip?
Staying healthy while on a cruise ship is not always an easy task!
Where should I travel as a solo female traveller?
This is one of the most frequently asked questions by solo travellers. Especially by female solo travellers. I am sorry to say that there is no definitive answer to this question. All solo travellers have various levels of comfort zones, interests, financial means and time available to travel. When travelling solo, all of these matters must be taken into consideration when determining your travel destination
As a black belt in martial arts, as well as a former martial arts instructor, ladies self-defense instructor, and a female solo traveller, I highly recommend that some form of self-defense class be taken if you plan on venturing out into the world of solo travel.
There has been a sudden rise in the solo travel industry in recent years, especially among women. Whether you are single or married, I highly recommend taking that solo trip at least once in your lifetime. Women especially need that time to decompress, refocus, re-energize and just simply let loose. Yes, I can guarantee that you will experience some good, some bad, and some ugly, but don’t let that stop you!
WOMEN SHOULDN’T TRAVEL ALONE!
What? Are you kidding me!? The last time that I checked, we were living in the 21st Century? It appears that despite the progress that women have made over recent years, there are still many men AND women out there who continue to believe that there are way too many dangers for single women to travel alone. Read More
Whenever travelling solo, it is imperative that we do our research to determine the best and safest destinations to visit. We ask ourselves, is it safe for a woman to travel solo to a Developing Country? The short answer is yes, absolutely!
What keeps you from travelling solo? Or from doing anything solo for that matter? Fear? The majority of the time, the answer is fear, plain and simple! Fear of the unknown.