Danish blogger Camilla Riis shares her tips for solo travel in Hong Kong that she picked up while interning in the city in today’s Women Who Travel Solo.
In today’s Women Who Travel Solo, former expat Michelle Philippon returns to Spain for the first time to celebrate her 30th birthday and shares stories from Madrid, Barcelona and Seville.
14 countries. 21 cities. In today’s Women Who Travel Solo, Kathrin Hälbichof shares memories and tips for a solo backpacking trip through Europe.
There’s a lot of stereotypes about the Middle East, but what is it actually like to live there? Liz Stephenson gives the inside scoop on being an expat and moving to Kuwait in today’s Women Who Travel Solo.
From stunning natural landscapes to the Great Wall of China to pandas in the wild, China is a magical destination. Part time traveler Anita Sāne shares tips for solo travel in China in this week’s Women Who Travel Solo.
Is it really safe for women to travel alone in Africa? In today’s Women Who Travel Solo, Nikki Goodwin of Where is Noodles combats stereotypes and shares stories from her solo trip to Tanzania.
It’s hard to believe that we are some how two weeks into the New Year — 2016 is already well underway! How are you doing with those New Year’s Resolutions? I’m not the biggest fan of New Year’s Resolutions — I prefer to map out goals through out the year as they come up rather than … [Read more…]
Is India a safe destination for female solo travelers? Blogger Anita Hendrieka breaks down the stereotypes and reveals the magic she discovered during a solo trip to India in this week’s Women Who Travel Solo.
Desert Storm Veteran Linda Adams reflects on the benefits of cruising solo while on a reunion cruise to Mexico, Belize and Honduras in this week’s Women Who Travel Solo.
London, Edinburgh and Bristol, oh my! Megan Okonsy of Beat Broke Backpacking recounts her solo travels through the United Kingdom in this week’s Women Who Travel Solo.