Traveling alone can be quite daunting, but is an experience that you shouldn’t miss out on. The following 6 locations have been recommended for female solo travelers, so take a look and start planning your solo trip today! 


El Chaltén, Argentina

This location was recommended by Vince Massara from Your Fitness Radar

It’s the National Capital of trekking, most activities don’t need the usual previous hiking experience in its extraordinary mountains so, you can reach incredible places and views with little time and little effort. So, it will be a great time to refresh your mind and your spirit alone!!


Yubeng

This location was recommended by Will Hatton from The Broke Backpacker

Yubeng is an isolated village in the Chinese Himalayas that can only be reached on foot or by mule. When I visited, the Tibetan prayer flags strung from tree to tree and the snow was falling in and around all the free-roaming animals. There are stupas (mound-like structures containing relics and used for meditation) everywhere. Yubeng is very peaceful and contrary to the hustle and bustle of china – if you’re overwhelmed with the rest of China, it’s a great and relaxing option to seek refuge in Yubeng.

The reason that it’s so great for solo female travellers is that it is opposite to the attitude towards women in the big cities where scams often target young female tourists over any other demographic. However, in the Himalayas, you’re more of an esteemed guest, VIP even. The locals of Yubeng are so chilled, patient, and more than welcoming. Usually speaking good English to boot As a solo traveller, I was worried about the prospect of China, but Yubeng totally changed my outlook.


Bhutan

This location was recommended by Krystal Kelly from Krys Kolumbus Travel

Bhutan is ideal because of the following reasons. It is one of the happiest countries on Earth. It’s population in the entire country is 700,000 and they are Buddhists and a very friendly people. Also, because of Bhutan’s strict restrictions on foreigners visiting the country, you must travel to Bhutan with a local Bhutanese tour operator and only visit the places where the government has given you permission to visit.

Therefore your entire trip from the moment you fly to Bhutan to the moment you fly away is 100% pre-planned and all inclusive and arranged by professionals. I’ve traveled to Bhutan 3 times and I fall in love with it more and more each time I go.


Barbados

This location was recommended by George Hammerton from Hammerton Barbados

Barbados is regarded not only as one of the safest islands in the Caribbean, making it ideal for solo travellers, it is also the most beautiful. With a rich history, and the home of rum, the beach bars and warm friendly culture will have you making fast friends in an instant. Gorgeous beaches, stunning wildlife, and luxury experiences galore, Barbados is a wonderful destination for the solo female traveller who wants to stay safe without compromising on the destination.


Iceland

This location was recommended by Noman Asghar from Fan Jackets

Iceland is a world most safest country. It has beautiful mountains and greeneries.


Siesta Key, Florida

This location was recommended by Vickie Pierre from QuickQuote

White sands, clear blue waters, and a laid-back atmosphere — they’re all qualities that make Siesta Key, Florida the perfect place for any female traveller who wants to spend some quality time alone at the beach. Located in the Florida Gulf right off of the coast of Sarasota, Siesta Key has all of the perks of a tropical, Caribbean destination but with a small-town feel (the population is about 6,000).

In fact, you’ll want to make sure you pack your sunglasses and bring some jars when visiting the Siesta Beach (named the Best Beach in America, Turtle Beach, or Crescent Beach because the sand there is that brilliantly white and fine. Another important “to-do” item?

Making sure you schedule time to catch a breathtaking sunrise or sunset on the beach Keep in mind, Siesta Key is about much more than its beaches. It’s also home to a number of fun “mom and pop” shops, art galleries, and restaurants that you can visit by foot. And if you’re in the mood for a night in the “big city,” heading to Sarasota is as simple as hopping on one of its bridges for a quick drive.

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