10 Reasons Why Women Should Travel Solo
Over the last few years, travel companies and websites geared toward female travelers have become one of the fastest growing sectors of the tourism industry. Yet, women traveling solo is nothing new; famous female wanderers include the 18th century explorer Jeanne Baré (who circumnavigated the

I decided to take a solo trip to Turkey and Croatia next month and it has been surprising to hear people’s reactions to my choice to travel by myself. “Are you scared?” “Won’t you be lonely?” I’ve been on two long solo trips to South America and Australia, which have certainly prepared me for this two week adventure. While traveling alone means not having a built in support/social network, there is a lot of freedom and opportunity that comes with it. I can decide on where I want to stay, how much I want to spend, what I want to see/do, etc. Sure, it is possible I might get bored or lonely, but those feelings can occur at home or surrounded by friends. I love to travel and I do not let the lack of a travel partner inhibit my opportunities to see more of the world. While traveling alone is not for everyone, I encourage you to give it a try. Start small and work your way up to bigger trips. You never know what you may learn about yourself or who you may meet.

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