Uber and Lyft can be great alternatives to taxis but are they safe when you’re traveling alone? Here are some tips so you can safely use rideshare apps on your next adventure.
A wise friend once told me that if you can’t afford travel insurance, you can’t afford to travel. Travel insurance for women is a vital step in the travel prep process.
Would you spend a bit more money if it meant ensuring your safety? We thought of ten scenarios in which splurging is more like paying for your safety.
When travelling abroad, especially alone, there is a time and place to make up white lies for your own safety.
Blogs make it easy to keep friends and family in the loop while you’re off traveling, but does being open about your whereabouts also make you a target?
We get a lot of questions from first-time travelers. A common one involves whether or not staying in mixed hostel dorms is a good idea. Caroline gives us the low-down on hostel dorm life.
Being in a new place is confusing enough, and scammers know that. Read about these common travel scams, and how you can avoid them on your upcoming travels.
What are the new TSA restrictions on knives in carry-ons, and what does that mean for you? Should you pack a pocket knife?
Do you wear a fake wedding ring on your travels? Do you always stay in touristy areas? What female travel safety advice do we ignore and follow?
The mystery, unadulterated landscapes, and vibrant cultures that await you are worth the trip. With a little preparation, common sense, patience, and a sense of humor, Southern African travel can be a piece of cake!
Whether traveling or not, personal safety is important to look after. Adding one or two small items to your packing list may help you feel more secure on the road.
This post talks about why travel insurance is so important. It also points out some specific circumstances where women travelers might find it useful… like when having an overseas hen’s night.