Travelling solo as a Woman, yes you can do it!

Mathilde Lesueur

Mathilde Lesueur

Born into a family of travellers, Mathilde used to go trekking with her parents, brother and sister across the world. While studying International Trade and Marketing in university she went to Colombia for a student exchange and then went on to work abroad in New York, Los Angeles and Shanghai. She now resides in Mexico. One of her major life aspirations is to take a solo trip around the World!

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  • Great article! And I totally agree: traveling solo is completely different than going with someone! Plus, it’s not as dangerous as everyone says, it’s actually the other way round: everyone is just trying to help you and get you to your destination safely!

    • That is so true, on a general rule I totally believe people are good and eager to help, specially when you are on your own. If you are 2 or more, people normally feel more intimidated and will avoid contact.
      — Rick

    • That is so true, on a general rule I totally believe people are good and eager to help, specially when you are on your own. If you are 2 or more, people normally feel more intimidated and will avoid contact.
      — Rick

    • That is so true, on a general rule I totally believe people are good and eager to help, specially when you are on your own. If you are 2 or more travelling, people tend to feel more intimidated and will avoid contact.
      — Rick

  • Very neatly explained the aspects of a solo woman traveler. While you are travelling alone as a woman you may see people are more helpful than when you are in a group. When you are travelling alone be cautious to pack all the required travelling gear as per your planned travel.
    “The Learn How to Adapt” section of the article focus the necessity of knowing the culture, common rules of the land and social behavior of locality. The world has changed now. More women are coming out with their backpack on nowadays.