Best Destinations For Solo Female Travelers

July 11, 2020
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Solo travel boosts your confidence, allows you freedom, making you a free bird. So, all the women out there, bring out the bravest version of you, plan and step out to tour these solo travel destinations, and connect with the locals and other travelers. You are the decision maker, but the question is where do you start? Here are some suggestions, check them out:

 Siargao, The Philippines

It is also a surfer’s paradise with a playful soul to it. So if you are a surfing enthusiast, you can plan your trip sometime between July to November. For non-surfers, Siargao can also be a good destination for a much-needed island getaway. There are white sand beaches, picturesque islands, blue-green waters perfect for snorkeling and diving, waterfalls, lagoons, and caves, and any time between March to September is ideal.

San Francisco, California

Whether you are a solo traveler or not, San Francisco is still one of the most favorite cities to visit, and it has the added bonus of being extremely safe. Besides being safe, the city is also very easy to explore without your own vehicle as there is a great combination of cable cars, streetcars and buses. Fisherman’s Wharf, Chinatown, The Golden Gate Bridge,  North Beach, etc are some of the must-visit places.

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Saudi Arabia

The Kingdom has been relaxing its dress rules for foreign women (not requiring to wear long black dress). You can expect to be safe and respected amidst the Arab hospitality. The country is encouraging tourists and clearly paving paths for women travelers by even having female guides. If you’re a great fan of historical buildings, Al Burabba Palace is the place you shouldn’t miss. Another attractive site is Mada’in Saleh, a stone-carved palace, the list is endless though.

Tokyo, Japan

At first, the language may discourage you, but the fact that the people are extremely friendly may ease your travel. There are also places where people are more likely to be good English speakers—train stations, airports, and major tourist attractions especially. Being a solo traveler can be even more easy when everything from public transportation to ordering food from a local restaurant is so organized and systematic. Most of us often find it awkward to eat alone in a restaurant, however, it is very common in Japan.

Reykjavik, Iceland

Literally the safest country in the world, Iceland is also a must-visit country for solitude loving adventurers and photographers. Solo travelers will find a great base camp in the capital city of Reykjavik, which also has social hostels, where you can find adventure partners. Whale watching, concerts, art galleries, museums, restaurants and bars, shopping, sight seeing, are the local attractions.

Québec, Canada

Not only is Quebec one of the safest and friendliest places, it also offers endless beautiful places to the visitors. In short, there is no place like it in the whole of North America. This festive, welcoming, and wonderfully safe place is also a treasured UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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By Jyoti Khatri

Jyoti Khatri writes for Chillwall on fun events, fitness, lifestyle near me and around the world.




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