Why Women Should Travel Solo at Least Once in Their Lifetime.

There was a time when women feared travelling alone. In the back of their minds, there was always a concern for personal safety while out there by themselves, and this saw them opting to rather accompany family and friends on their trips. Thankfully, the advantages of travelling alone as a woman are now widely known and celebrate and we encourage you to start packing for your trip, without worrying about anything.

Some of the benefits of solo travel for women and why you should travel solo at least once in your lifetime.

1. Solo Travel Brings Freedom

A holiday or trip away is meant to give you an escape from your daily daunting responsibilities. Travel can also be themed around exploring the world and stepping away from home and the workplaces. As a solo traveller, you will experience the true meaning of freedom with nobody to take care of but yourself. Follow your own schedule, plan your own activities and allow yourself to take all the time you want, where you want. Solo travel brings freedom to be and do exactly as you wish.

2. Solo Travel is a great Nfor meeting people

Do you have a dream of making friends and interacting with foreigners while you travel? Being in a new city or town on your own and joining local tours, or hanging out at the local coffee shop, will offer the opportunity to connect with new people. Ask for directions, speak to strangers, take added insight at local attractions – you never know what value these conversations and encounters will bring you. Most people will feel free to talk to you, and it makes it easier to bond and connect with people with the potential of growing your professional or personal network.

Read: 10 safe places for female solo travel during COVID-19 

3. It Makes It Easier To Plan

We’ve all planned those trips with friends and family that have ended up falling apart before they even began. s up failing – every season. Be it conflicting schedule, budget or choice of destination that falls in the way. When planning to travel solo as a woman, you need only to budget for your needs and can theme the entire trip around your interests.

4. It Makes An Excellent Learning Opportunity

Do you want to start learning to do something new? Then a solo travel vacation is all you need. When you are out there by yourself, especially in a foreign land, you will most likely meet some challenges, but that is where the learning begins and you will become better at doing things for yourself, navigating your way around, planning events, getting your luggage on the land rover roof rack and much more. You will also learn to communicate in another language – even if it is just the basics or sign language, it’s a challenge worth taking.

5. Solo Travel Boosts Your Confidence

Self-confidence is known to be an element of success and building confidence in yourself will help you meet your goals and ambitions. But confidence often needs boosting. Going out alone will do that for you. Say to yourself that you want to meet certain goals while travelling, it can be climbing a mountain, trying a surfing lesson, or going hiking. They may all seem like challenges that you have never taken, but the sense of achievement they bring will do you the world of good and leave you feeling that anything is achievable.

In summary, it is well worth the reward, and I highly recommend it.

** Pics sourced on Pixabay.

 

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