Female solo traveler Hannah Smith talks the ins and outs of traveling alone in Vietnam, from avoiding taxi scams in Ho Chi Minh City to the best way to…
From sailing the Greek Isles to sampling the unique dishes in Athens, Greece has a lot to offer for solo travelers. Katelyn Michaud, a healthcare analyst and freelance writer uncovers…
Author Jane Bwye, a female solo traveler from Kenya, shares her stories and advice on solo travel in Namibia and talks traveling after raising her family in this week’s Women Who Travel Solo.
Megan Musgrove is an indie author from the United Kingdom who writes travel-related novels. In this week's Women Who Travel Solo, travel with Megan to Iceland as she shares her adventures, advice and most scenic shots from her recent solo trip.
Solo travelers have no excuse to eat at Subway or McDonalds in London. In this week's Women Who Travel Solo, City Base Apartments shares the inside scoop on the 10 best places to dine solo in the United Kingdom.
Street food, unbearable heat and hitchhiking. Mathilda Nassar, a female solo traveler from Palestine, shares her stories and adventures from a solo trip to Sri Lanka in this week's Women…
Lori Peterson is an American living in London and the founder of Red Wellie Girl, a blog dedicated to thoughtful travel. Read on for Lori's tips for solo travel in Naples, Italy in this week’s Women Who Travel Solo.
Karen La Rosa has turned her passion for Sicily into a profession with La Rosa Works, a boutique tour company servicing the Italian island. In this week’s Women Who Travel Solo, Karen shares advice for a solo trip to Sicily.
A native of the United Kingdom, Debbie Parton has taken her passion for horses around the world. In this week's Women Who Travel Solo, Debbie shares stories from her horseback riding vacations and the power of horses to change her life.
From drinking tea in Marrakech to camel riding through the Sahara Desert to motorcycling down the coastline, Jessie Beck's stories of a solo trip in Morocco will make you want to book a trip immediately. (Take us with you, please).