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Solo female travel is both empowering and rewarding. Travelling solo shows you how to overcome obstacles, connect with your emotions and cope entirely by yourself.

You have the freedom to do what you want when you want and you will meet more people than you ever would in a pair or a couple. It makes you more approachable and open to opportunities and you’ve only got yourself to answer to (and be responsible for).

If you don’t feel like being sociable, you don’t have to and if you don’t like somewhere – you don’t have to stay. You learn how to overcome any challenges which come your way.

I’m not saying that travelling alone has no risks but if you do your research before you go, keep your wits about you when you travel and make your own informed choices you will have a trip to remember for all the right reasons.

#SoloSeptember

This September, Girl about the Globe is proud to have joined an industry-wide campaign to provide better deals and opportunities for solo travellers called #SoloSeptember. Solo travel isn’t just for backpackers in their twenties. Nowadays, women all over the world are taking the plunge and going solo, and they are not all single either. According… Continue Reading…

Finding the ‘Traveler’s Mindset’

Solo travel doesn’t have to mean flying to the other end of the world for 6 months. My first stint abroad lasted a week. The second? Three months, until gradually I built it up to over a year. Finding the traveller’s mindset is easy and you can begin with just baby steps. Find out more… Continue Reading…