As solo female travelers, we strive to minimize our negative impact on the environment as we travel, and build social value where-ever we go. We are keenly aware of our impact as travelers, and believe that sustainable tourism should be mutually beneficial to both the traveler and the destination.
With the idea of being conscious of our impact on both nature and culture, here are 10 easy steps for being a socially conscious traveler in Iceland.
Having a passport is a wonderful thing. With it, you have access to thousands of incredible destinations around the globe. Without it, you’re stuck at home. And as solo female travelers we hate being stuck at home!
So it’s important to keep it safe at all times. It’s a small document, but ever so crucial, and whether it’s before, during, or after your travels, you should treat it as if it’s gold. The following are tips for keeping your passport safe, as well as other important passport info.
Health and safety should be your first priority as a solo female traveler, though one thing many of us overlook when traveling to regions with high altitudes is the risk posed from altitude sickness.
Simply put, when you’re traveling to destinations over 2,500 metres, your lungs need time to adjust to reduced oxygen and breathing thinner air.
I read a fantastic post recently titled “No, it’s not your opinion. You’re just wrong“, and it’s often tempting to scream this when given travel advice from those with a horrible misconception about anything related to travel!!
Sure, the majority of people probably mean well when they’re telling you this stuff, and they’re probably genuinely attempting to help, but the fact is they just aren’t! And to quote my new favorite article, it’s not even their opinion, most of the time they’re just wrong!
It’s a great debate among travelers – whether you’re for or against all inclusive resorts. But when it comes down to it, there is no right or wrong way to travel, and an all inclusive holiday could genuinely be for you.
So before you turn your nose up at the notion of booking an all-inclusive resort in Mexico or Jamaica or the Bahamas, here are the pros and cons of going on an all inclusive holiday, plus some tips you should seriously consider to decide if this is the right kind of holiday for you.
Plane travel is so common in today’s world that we often assume most people have flown at least once in their life, but this isn’t always the case. And while many people already know the ins and outs of flying, everybody has to fly for the first time at some stage.
Whether you’re afraid of flying or have simply never had the opportunity to travel before, I would love to give you a few tips on what to expect, and how to make your first flight as relaxing and stress-free as possible.
2019 has well and truly seen the rise of the wander woman. Over the past few years women have tipped the scales and have become the majority of travelers over men.
Wondering what the travel forecast is for 2020? The following are female travel trends you should know about for your next trip overseas.