Courtney Giardina, a contemporary romance novelist from New York, takes a solo trip to Wilmington, North Carolina and discovers the relaxing benefits of solo travel in this week’s Women Who Travel Solo.
Don’t Stop Believing! In today’s Women Who Travel Solo, Charlotte Beeby, a Kiwi living in the United Kingdom, recounts her favorite stories from her solo trip to San Francisco.
Female solo traveler Ericka Mills follows in the footsteps of Elizabeth Gilbert’s Eat, Pray, Love and shares her memories from a solo trip to Bali in this week’s Women Who Travel Solo.
In this week’s Women Who Travel Solo, we chat with Alyssa Ramos, founder of the travel blog My Life’s a Movie and travel inspired charity Heart Sleeves.
In today’s Women Who Travel Solo, Nicole Smoot, a travel extraordinaire from Alaska, shares her memories form a solo trip to Yemen in 2014. Unfortunately, it is no longer safe for anyone to travel to Yemen due to escalating terrorist activities and civil unrest. Embassy operations have been suspended in the country and the … [Read more…]
Sanchia Rodrigues uncovers solo travel tips and stories from Ecuador, which she calls South America’s best kept secret in this week’s Women Who Travel Solo.
Anika Mikkelson, a math teacher from Minnesota, traces Buddha’s path to the East on a solo trip to Nepal in this week’s Women Who Travel Solo.
With diplomatic relations between the United States and Cuba, American citizens will soon be able to legally visit Cuba for the first time in decades. Jessica Hill discusses her experiences with solo travel in Cuba on her recent visit in this week’s Women Who Travel Solo.
This week’s Women Who Travel Solo column is particularly special to me! My mom, Lea Ann Christenson, shares her story of traveling abroad solo for the first time during a trip to Italy.