Traveling the world as a solo female? Worried something might happen? Nervous? Think your friends and family might be right about the world “being dangerous”? Not sure where to begin? Fear not. Many women travel the world alone and end up fine. Since I can’t offer advice on this subject (since I’m a guy!), I brought on Kristin from Be My Travel Muse to share her tips, tricks, and advice on how to stay safe and crush it as a female traveler. (Plus, included here are some articles by other female travelers to give a more rounded opinion!)
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More Articles About Solo Female Travel
If you want to travel now, but you’re scared to go it alone, you’ll find ways to say you can’t do it right now: you’re not ready; your job, friends, or fears are holding you back; you have too many obligations. Solo female travel expert, Kristin Addis, writes about why it will never be the right time to travel — especially as a woman…so you should just go...now!
Taking the leap to travel can be difficult for a lot of reasons, but especially with all the misconceptions out there. In this post, Kristin Addis addresses 8 common myths associated with solo female travel and how to not let those stop you.
Whether you're hitting the road for the first time or the tenth, there are a few places in the world that stand out as great options for women travelers. In her latest column, Kristin Addis shares her favorite destinations for female travelers - and why they can't be missed.
Kristin Addis of Be My Travel Muse as she answers the 10 most common questions she gets from solo female travelers on topics such as money, safety, getting over negativity, meeting people overseas, and much, much more.
It can be daunting trying to figure out what to pack for a week, a month, or a year abroad without much — or any — prior experience in the place you want to visit. But fret not: in this post, Kristin Addis shares her packing insights so that you can travel just about anywhere without spending a fortune on gear.
Any woman can be a solo traveler provided she is willing to take the plunge and head out the door. The women in this post illustrate that very point: that any woman, from any walk of life, can make solo female travel work for them. It won't always be easy, so let these women serve as your travel inspiration!