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Whenever people talk of trips, it is always about family, friends, or couples’ affair. Very few people think about traveling solo. What you don’t know is that there are so many places you can go as a solo female traveler and still have absolute fun. You, however, need to have some strategies as well as some tips that should guide you through the preparations and traveling. Some of the best tips for a female solo traveler include:

Walk among people

As a single female traveler, make sure that you walk among people and not alone. Avoid lonely places as much as possible and only stick to crowded locations. That is why it is essential that you go ahead and book tours, take group hikes and do other activities that involve plenty of people. It is by far among the crucial tips for solo female travelers. It is a tip that guarantees your safety in foreign places.


Study the site comprehensively

There is no better way to understand what you are about to deal with other than studying the area comprehensively. Some of the best ways to do this are by doing your research and asking questions in forums. You need to know if the security is tight, are there any places you should avoid and if you are a partying enthusiast, is there a safe club that is commendable. You also need to find out some of the best restaurants to be sure of where to stay and how well to get there. Make sure you include google maps on your research resources.

Avoid Excessively Drinking

Taking care of yourself throughout the trip is very important. The first thing to ensure your safety is to avoid getting drunk heavily in a foreign country. One should drink responsibly and in permissible limits when traveling solo. It not only keeps you secure but also to ensure you are aware of your surrounding.

Book your hotel in Advance

It is not only an excellent traveling tip for solo female travelers but also for other travelers. You have no idea what time you are going to arrive in the area. That means you have to leave your home with hotel reservations. That way, if you happen to arrive late, you don’t have to worry about having problems finding a place to sleep in a foreign city. It is also crucial that you pay attention to which hotel you are booking. Make sure it has everything you need to have a great stay. It should be completely accessible with all the facilities necessary.


Carry less luggage

Packing light is mandatory to any traveler especially if you are a solo female traveler visiting a foreign country. Only pack the clothes you are going to use. There is no need for packing extra items or so many outfits to show off your wardrobe. This is likely going to give you a tough time maneuvering in the streets and accessing different locations. It becomes even worse if you arrive late and have no reservations. So only consider carrying your clothes in backpacks, light suitcases, shoulder straps or duffle bags. Such bags have enough room to hold all your clothes and also ensures you have an easy time accessing different locations in the area.


Don’t post everything on social media

Social media can be a huge disappointment, especially if you misuse it during your travels. One of the best tips on how to keep safe as a solo female traveler is to be smart about what you post. Some people spend their time tracking foreign travelers, and they only use social media to track your movement. That means that you have to be extra careful about your posts. It is advisable only to post something after you leave a particular location. You can also do it every evening in your room where you are safe. That way no one gets to have a real-time location of your whereabouts.


Notify your family about your plans

The first thing you should do is notify your family members about your plans to travel solo. You should then go ahead and update them every day to keep them abreast of your whereabouts. This is so that in case something happens, they know exactly where to start looking. It also enables them to handle the matter at hand swiftly and quickly. It is by far, one of the best ways to keep safe.

Blend in

Lastly, try your best to blend in with the locals. You can do this by wearing the type of clothes they are wearing or enjoying a glass of Courvoisier with them. By doing so, you also get to walk around without drawing attention to yourself, thus ensuring your absolute safety.


With the above tips, you have a chance to have fun as a solo female traveler. It is also the only way you can enjoy your trip without worrying about your safety. Make sure you study your destination and that you have everything you need for your journey. Carry your phone, a map and your passport everywhere you go for easy identification.


About the author: Jessica Smith has been writing for a few years now. She loves adventure, traveling, cooking and dancing. She wants to be a successful writer as writing is her only passion. Currently, she is exploring different cultural heritage around the globe. She believes that a healthy diet is a key to healthy living.

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