Tag Archives: Solo female friendly

The Best Travel Backpacks For Women

The Best Travel Backpacks For Women Choosing a backpack can be so confusing. Do you choose a backpack with wheels for a city break, a waterproof backpack because you’re travelling in the monsoon season, or a backpack for hiking for your trip? With the help of our solo female community, I’ve put together a guide… Continue Reading…

Tru Travels: Backpacker, Flashpacker, Fitness & Sailing

Types of GatG – Backpacker GatG, Flashpacker GatG, Fitness GatG, Sailing GatG If you’ve heard of G Adventures, Tru Travels is their sister company. They offer life-changing experiences for all ages from 18 plus to Asia, Europe and Latin America.  Their tour guides are called Travel Ninjas because they are more than your average guide… Continue Reading…

Why Escorted Travel is Good For Solos

As I travel around the Middle East and Africa solo, I’m reminded of the benefits of tours. These regions are fascinating but travelling alone can be exhausting. Having to figure out everything for yourself including public transport, navigating tours and choosing the right accommodation in the right places for what you want to see is… Continue Reading…

Luna Safari – Tanzania Safari and Beach Holidays

Types of Girl about the Globe (GatG) – Beach GatG, Safari GatG If your dream is to go to Tanzania and experience a safari, Luna Safari is a beautiful family-run safari company with a lot of heart.  Tanzania is a popular choice for safaris. Home to the Big Five and the annual Wildebeest Migration through… Continue Reading…

Top 25 Travel Destinations For 2022 For Solos

It finally feels as though travel is making a comeback. Although there are still restrictions in some destinations 2022 definitely feels like a year of optimism.  If you haven’t yet made plans for your next solo travel trip, I’ve put together a list of the 2022 Solo Travel Destinations to inspire you. This diverse list… Continue Reading…

Solo Travel Books

Over the years, there have been many female explorers that have taken on the world solo. In the eighteenth century, Mary Wollstonecraft, a British novelist, philosopher and advocate of women’s rights became a heroine with her way of travel. In the nineteenth century a British explorer called Mary Kingsley, travelled to West and Central Africa… Continue Reading…