Travelling alone doesn’t mean you have to travel alone. One of the best ways I’ve found to explore a country, during my two years of solo travel, is to join a tour group.
This 9-day overland tour, from the game parks of Kruger, through Swaziland and the beaches of Mozambique, down to Durban completely changed my view of what a group tour can be…
You can eat what you want, when you want and where you want. You can change your itinerary because you feel like it (just let people you trust know where you are). You make the rules.
We chat to British blogger Katy Colins on what women should expect travelling alone on the subcontinent.
It’s natural to feel nervous before jetting off alone. So here are a few helpful tips on how to make the most of your solo travels.
I realised something on my Intrepid trip. I am most comfortable when I am uncomfortable. When I’m off balance. Unsure. When I’m vulnerable. Basically, when I’m traveling.
Listen up, solo travellers. This is what paradise looks like…
I looked at the birds resting on the tree and smiled. That was the moment I decided to only do what I love to do. And I love to travel.
Meet Laura Rinderknecht, the divorcee who sold her house, quit her job and spent the next 10 months travelling the world.
Chaotic and bamboozling, travelling in India can be confronting, even for the experienced traveller. The reality for solo female travellers is it can be even more challenging, but don’t let that put you off exploring incredible India.
This amazing country is so full of colour, fascinating people, religious icons, ancient sites, fabulous street food and diverse landscapes. India is everything and more, and all at once. You wouldn’t want to miss this sensory overload of saris, sacred cows, slums, spices, car horns and incense!