Traveling Georgia As a Solo Female Traveler

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I undertook a solo trip to Georgia (as a woman), taking in about 15 cities and sites in three weeks. Don’t be afraid to travel here alone!

5 Reasons to Study Abroad

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“One of the biggest things I gained from my study abroad was a relationship with myself.”

Walking off my Twenties on the Camino de Santiago

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… A little fear, a little clumsiness as I picked myself up and entered the unknown. This was the Camino.

Studying In Sweden – A Taste of Scandinavia

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Study abroad in the medieval city of Lund and experience Swedish life at its best.

Carping the Diem, Solo-style

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A couple of my women friends called it “crazy.” I wanted to see the Rockies for the first — and only — time in my life.

A Solo Female Cross-Country Trip Through Azerbaijan

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Pushing the boundaries of solo female travel in the rugged, unexplored landscapes of Azerbaijan.

Tips for Backpacking Alone

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Here are a few tips to help you stay engaged and make the most of your solo travel experience… Whether you’re a first time traveler or a long term nomad.

Being a Woman in a Country Where You Do Not Speak the Language

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Age and gender are only limiting factors if you let them be, so get out there get lost in some mistranslations.

Three Things You Don’t Actually Need on the Camino de Santiago

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…what you really don’t need for a 500-mile walk across northern Spain.

An India Survival Guide for Female Travelers

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India can show you its best and worst sides in the same breath. From stunning scenery to smelly streets, it’s not difficult to form a love/hate relationship with this amazing country. And things can be even more challenging and rewarding for solo female travelers. If you’re planning to visit, Jo Fitzsimons provides a Girl’s Guide to India.