Staff, 2022-11-26 11:21:45,
When I first started traveling, nearly 30 years ago, I went alone. Simply because I couldn’t find anyone to come with me. I was 21 years old when I took that first adventure overseas alone. However, over the years I’ve become fond of solo travel, and despite now having people I could travel with, I often still prefer to go it alone.
Exploring the world by yourself can be an empowering experience. You have the freedom to go where you want, eat when you choose, see and do what interests you and skip what doesn’t — no consultation, consensus, or compromise required! You’ll meet amazing people, experience new things, and learn so much about yourself along the way.
The world is your oyster, but the question is, where do you start? Choosing the right destination is key, so I’ve rounded up a handful of suggestions for great destinations for women who want to travel solo.
Iceland has a reputation as the world’s safest country to visit for solo female travelers. Iceland is the only Nordic country that has gotten more peaceful over the past 10 years!
With its sweeping landscapes, over 20 active volcanoes, towering glaciers, waterfalls, geysers, and black sand beaches, Iceland is a geology textbook come to life. Between exploring the charming streets of Reykjavík, chasing the northern lights, heading out into the wilderness on well-traveled hiking trails,…
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