I spent two and a half months in West Africa, traveling solo and on a tight budget through one of the least developed regions in the world. Here are my insights in one handy solo female travel guide to West Africa.
Because you can save money for travel without completely hating your life and giving up those coffees! Here are 5 non-sucky ways to build up your travel fund you may not be thinking about.
I broke my ankle during a roller derby practice. Despite this, I was determined to have a good time in Hawaii, even while traveling with an injury.
Knowing how much your trip will cost is an important piece of the travel planning process. Here are our tips for how to create a travel budget for your trip.
London is a must for a European vacation because there are so many things to do. Check out our London destination guide and start planning your trip.
Curvy travelers often struggle with chafing at home and on the road. Here are our best tips for how to prevent thigh rub chafing while traveling.
Knowing how to use public transportation when you travel can save you money and help you explore a city like a local. These tips will make it less stressful for first timers.
There’s plenty to do in Music City, from the music itself to tasty food and interesting museums. Check out our helpful Nashville desination guide.
Traveling by yourself builds confidence and gives you freedom, but it’s not always awesome. 7 women share their best and worst solo female travel experiences with HPL.
Finding a job you can work on the road is key for those looking to travel long term, or extend a trip past the original timeframe. Otherwise, it’s a long road of saving money before taking off!
Jonai couldn’t find anyone to join her on a motorbike trip in northern Vietnam so she traveled alone. Read about her experiences traveling alone in Vietnam.
A lot of dirt and a lack of showers! If that’s what comes to mind when you think of camping or festival going, then you may want to bookmark this post. Here’s how to stay clean outdoors.