On this page you will find our press releases, media coverage, and speaking engagements.
Contact us if we can be a source for an upcoming article / feature on Solo Female Travel. We are happy to provide quotes, interviews, and data points to assist with your story. Like-wise, both Mar and Meg are experienced public speakers, and would be happy to discuss speaking at your upcoming event.
We have proudly been featured by media publications and platforms from across the world and below is a selection.
The New York Times – Traveling Alone, in Groups
Aire, Aeromexico’s inflight magazine – Solo Female Travel Trends
Web in travel – Solo Female Travelers worry about safety, distrust influencers
The Mercury Tasmania – Tassie Instagram influencers spill their secrets to success
SELF Magazine – 19 Packing Tips Frequent Travelers Swear By
Authority Magazine – Mar Pages of Solo Female Travelers: The Future Of Travel In The Post COVID World
Life lovers magazine – How Facebook Groups are helping women travel safely
Global Rescue – 5 SAFETY TIPS FOR SOLO WOMEN TRAVELERS
Business Insider – Top Laptop Bags of 2021
AFAR Magazine – The “Guardians” Helping Keep Women Travelers Safe
American Express – The Real Deal: How To Be A Traveller, Not A Tourist
Smart Travel News – Solo Female Travelers, la plataforma que empodera a mujeres de todo el mundo a viajar solas (in Spanish)
ABC Everyday – The benefits of solo travel for women
Oprah Magazine – Taking a solo road trip is easier than ever
The Telegraph – The apps making the world safer for solo female travellers
Facebook (Meta) – 21 Community Leaders who inspired us in 2021
Women we watch podcast – Listen on Spotify
Travel Agent Central – Stats: 68% Of Solo Female Travelers Seek Cultural Immersion
HuffPost – The Mistakes People Make On Staycations
Smart Travel News – Mar Pagès, Solo Female Travelers: “La confianza es crítica en un ambiente de trabajo” (in Spanish)
The San Diego Union-Tribune – Solo women, millennials find camaraderie in group tours
Kated Travel Podcast – Episode 132 – Solo Female Travel with Meg Jerrard
Panion – Empowering female communities
Jennifer Casseta – Best self defense tools every woman should own
Thrive Global – Tools for working remotely
Every Country in the World – The Favorites of Megan Jerrard
Unorthodox Travel – Are you a woman travelling solo? You’re not alone
Owl guru – What’s it like to be a travel blogger
Billion Success – Growing a travel community when borders are closed
ViaEmpresa – Ellas viajan, ellas deciden
The Story Exchange – They Are Avid Travelers Bringing Like-Minded Women Together
“Empowerment of women in tourism in Asia and the Pacific” by the UN World Tourism Organization (UNWTO)
Our Co-Founder Mar Pages has been invited to participate in this UNWTO conference.
She will share her perspective from personal experience and will have interesting discussions on the topic. She is eager to see more women join the ranks of leadership in tourism in the region and across the world.
Web in travel: Travel roadshow Episode 5 – How to turn revenge travel into beautiful travel
Our Co-Founder Mar Pages participated in a panel with:
Tas Social Group
Our Co-Founder Meg Jerrard spoke at Tas Social Group event about how female entrepreneurs could harness social media for a powerful impact on small business.
Image by SallyMedwin.com
Facebook Forward Together
Our Co-Founder Mar was interviewed on Facebook’s Forward Together series for International Women’s Day 2022 on the impact the community has had and the plans and wishes for the future.
Watch the interview here.
Eurecat Forum TurisTIC
Our Co-Founder Mar participated in Eurecat’s Forum TurisTIC panel discussion on “The use and impact of social networks on tourism” in Barcelona.
The full session can be watched n YouTube here.
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2022 Press Releases
Solo Female Travelers expands its content and community management team to include Afghanistan’s first female guide as interest in women-only group travel grows by 50%.
2021 Solo Female Travel Survey: Changing COVID Restrictions more Important than Safety
The 2021 Solo Female Travel Survey results are published on 2022 International Women’s Day and highlight solo female travel is rebounding and here to stay. The effects of the pandemic are still present but wants, needs and challenges of women traveling solo remain consistent.
2021 Press Releases
Solo female travel in a post-pandemic world
The Solo Female Travel Trends Survey 2021 launches today with the objective to continue giving women who travel on their own a voice in the travel industry and understand the impact the pandemic had on travel behaviors and needs.
As travel returns, women favor intimate group trips to bucket list destinations with a purpose. In honor of International Women’s Day 2022 and in collaboration with the Tanzania Women Guide Foundation, Solo Female Travelers will take women to the top of Africa on an all-female guide, porter and trekker team.
The first of three instalments from the 2020 Solo Female Travel Trends Survey reveals that women travel solo for many reasons, indisputably worry about safety, trust others like them but distrust influencers. To address the safety challenge, Solo Female Travelers launched a women-only Safety Index and Empowerful, the first Solo Female Travel Safety, Wellness and Sexual Wellbeing Festival.
What women traveling solo want is not shopping or pictures for the gram but culture, beauty and nature.
The second round of results from the 2020 Solo Female Travel Trends Survey released on International Women’s Day reveals that solo female travelers dream of going to Greece, Japan, Australia and Italy, pick a destination based on culture, safety and nature and are not interested in shopping or Instagram worthy shots. 5,000 female respondents urge the travel industry to stop using outdated and irrelevant stereotypes of what women like to do when traveling solo.
2020 Press Releases
Audrey Walsworth is one of only 3 women to have visited every country and territory in the world. Her 50 year journey to becoming the world’s most well traveled woman is told in an exciting 6 minute video produced by Solo Female Travelers Club.
Founded to empower women from all over the world to travel solo, Solo Female Travelers was one of the first global communities of its kind, and on July 17 2020 it turns 5.
In celebration, co-founders Mar Pages of Once in a Lifetime Journey and Meg Jerrard of Mapping Megan are partnering with their favorite brands to give away more than $10,000 in travel experiences and prizes.
Two female travel companies, Solo Female Travelers and SheFari, have partnered to launch the largest-scale global survey ever conducted for the solo female travel niche.
The brands have created two online questionnaires: one for women who have traveled solo, and one for those who have not, which will be open to global participants from November 18 until December 9, 2020 and aim to collect 10,000 responses.