Posts tagged tips for solo female travelers
10 Essential Travel Accessories Under $50

Have a trip coming up? On a tight budget? Don’t worry, we got you! Here are some great  travel accessories will help you for your next trip without putting a huge hurting on your pockets. We dare you to get through this post without whipping out your wallet at least once! 

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10 Types of Travelers You're Bound to Meet When You Jetset the World

Travelers come in different shapes and sizes. We travel for very different reasons to entirely different parts of the world. But if you travel enough, you’ll realize there are a few categories that most travelers fit into, at least in part. Here’s my take on some of the types of travelers you’ll meet while you’re out experiencing the world.

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10 Thoughts Every Anxious Traveler Has

Travel is beautiful; however, pre-travel nerves are totally a thing. Don't worry, I'll spare you the graphic details, and simply say, rest assured: you are not alone. Even the most experienced of travelers are not exempt from the sleepless nights, queasy stomach, and frantic pocket grabbing in search of your phone (or passport, or camera).

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10 Things To Know About Muslim Travelers

Traveling is an activity that everyone wishes to experience at least once in their lifetime.  However the way one travels depends on a variety of values. There are different types of travelers. One of these types is the Muslim Traveler. Here are some few tips to know about us.

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Here's Why Northern Spain Needs to be Your Next Trip

The beauty of a country like Spain is that it is filled with a myriad of landscapes, cultures, languages and history. Each region has something special to offer and the north of the country feels like a romantic escape that will have you wanting to spend time in solitude exploring the city streets and luscious countryside. If the north of Spain has never been on your radar, here are a few reasons why it should be.

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Solo Travel Chronicles: Let's Go to Lisbon!

There are several solo-travel friendly cities in the world, but if you’re looking for a weekend getaway filled with exploration, you will not be disappointed by Lisbon. Portugal’s coastal capital city is filled with abundant color, great weather, glorious viewpoints and delicious food and is the perfect destination for your next solo trip.

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The Beauty Of Coming Back: The Ups and Downs of Long Term Travel

Having the ability to travel the world is something that is a luxury that is not afforded to everyone. Being able to see and experience new places is a complete blessing that should not be taken in stride. In the last month, I was in constant movement, traveling for both work and pleasure but in that time, I became aware of the many affects that “long term travel” can have. Moving through different cities, 15 times in one month was an amazing learning experience and here’s some advice from what I’ve learned. 

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13 Tips For Couchsurfing As a Solo Female Traveler

Couchsurfing was founded in 2004. Back then it was a tighter knit community of travelers helping each other with housing in cities all around the world. In 2011 Couchsurfing was sold to the private for-profit corporation Better World Through Travel in 2011. Then, in came the weirdos. Here's how to navigate Couchsurfing as a solo female traveler. 

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