The standard career-house-family path is not for everyone. Neither is traveling in groups or with friends. Some people – including women – yearn for a more adventurous life. As Kristin explains, that’s where solo female travel comes in.
Posted: 03/10/2014 | March 10th, 2014 I’ve featured a lot of readers on this website: solo travelers, couples, young and old travelers, Brits, Canadians, and Americans. But there are still a lot of viewpoints I haven’t covered. So today’s reader interview brings some more diversity and perspective to our series. Today we talk to Oneika, […]
Finding love on the road isn’t that difficult – but building a relationship that lasts? That’s another story. As Ayngelina explains, finding love on the road is a challenge unto itself. But it is hardly an impossible one!
Solo travel isn’t always easy. It will test your patience, courage, and willingness to adapt to situations outside of your comfort zone. But despite the challenges, solo traveling will teach you about yourself and the world around you in ways you will never expect.
As our female travel expert Laura explains, Italy has something for everyone: history and architecture, food and wine. Italians know how to eat, they know how to dress, and they know how to party. Women should make a pilgrimage to Italy at one point or another to see and partake in Italy’s many pleasures…
It’s hard to let down your guard and trust others, especially as a traveler in a new country. However, sometimes you just have to go with your gut and realize not everyone is out to cheat or hurt you.
Laura, our resident female travel expert, sits down with a handful of solo female travelers to ask them about their tips for other women who travel. From packing to fashion, safety to socializing, these female experts cover all the important details for the intrepid female traveler.