Thailand is one of the best solo travel destinations with friendly people wherever you go. After all, it isn’t called the ‘Land of Smiles’ for no reason. However, I understand that the prospect of solo female travel can unleash some anxiety, which is why I have created this guide comprised of tips and tricks to inspire some confidence in a lone female traveler.
Anyone planning a trip to Peru sets out with one mission: to witness one of the seven wonders of the world, which is Machu Picchu. Even though we totally support your decision to have the magnificent Inca citadel on your top priority, we want to encourage you to see the rest of Peru as well. However, it is quite customary for tourists to not know what to do in the country as Machu Picchu diverts all the attention away.
This International women’s day, let us look at a few solo female travelers who made daring adventurous quests across the globe.
We are already 20 years into the 21st century but being a solo woman traveler is still not easy. Granted there are a lot safer destinations in this era but the task itself is as mammoth as it gets. Even a single journey requires zillions of preparations, challenges, and security precautions.
The story of a solo female traveler who wanted to travel to one of the most unsafe places on earth for a single woman.
I had my thoughts: the insecurity, fear, if’s and don’ts. Emotions running wild breaking my spirit bit by bit.
While there’s no bad way to enjoy the country, experiencing it with help from a local adds so much – especially in Paris. While there’s, of course, the beautiful sights that everyone knows about, there is also much in the city that is far from the pages of a guidebook.