Crystal Veness, co-founder of Reset Retreat, discusses how her solo travel experiences helped inspire the creation of a luxury travel retreat for women to disconnect from the world and reconnect with yourself
Originally a skeptic of solo travel, Emily Colman learned to overcome her hesitation to travel alone while living and working in Madrid. In this week’s Women Who Travel Solo, Emily shares her journey of overcoming solo travel fears.
How did you get your start traveling? I started traveling when I was 16. I participated in a volunteer trip to Guatemala and have had the travel bug ever since. Since then,…
Jasmine Watson is a sassy San Diego native who is currently teaching English in South Korea. In this week's Women Who Travel Solo, Jasmine dishes on everything you need to know about a solo trip to Trinidad and Tobago.
Solo traveler Veronica Beaver, an English teacher in Madrid, talks solo travel in Turkey and working on an organic farm with WWOOF in France, while sharing her solo travel tips and advice.
Jessica Lippe is a freelance writer and self-proclaimed "adventurist" who currently resides in the United States. In this week's Women Who Travel Solo, Jessica shares her tips and insight for a solo trip to Niagara Falls.
Chelsey Perron is the founder of Taproot Travel, an eco-friendly travel guide for Central America, and lives in Costa Rica. In this week's Women Who Travel Solo, Chelsey talks solo travel in Chile, Argentina and more.
Artist Alexa Caskey is currently living in a 1988 RV with her dog and traveling around the country doing art shows and raising money for the Sea Turtle Conservancy, the largest Sea turtle education and protection organization in the country.
Solo traveler Jeannette Winter has been to 50 countries. She currently lives in Madrid where she enjoys collecting passport stamps and memories on weekends.
When Diana Edelman hit her 30-Life-Crisis (also known as turning 30), she started a blog, quit her job, and headed across the Atlantic Ocean to chase her dream of sharing travel stories with readers.