Preparing for any solo trip can often bring on some fears, especially if it is your first solo trip, and for good reason as there are a lot of things that can cause anxiety. If there is one piece of advice that I can give, is that you can overcome these worries, and the fears that you obsess about before you travel will drift away once you arrive in your destination. #adventure #travel
With only 300,000 people, Iceland has the atmosphere of a small town everywhere you go. I could rave all day about Iceland—it’s natural wonders are truly something to behold—from massive glaciers and bubbling lava to picturesque fjords and waterfalls. Iceland is one of the
One of the biggest challenges of traveling solo is actually making the decision to go- to book your flight and pack your bag. The reality of solo travel is very different to what most people think, and maybe can be completely different than even you imagine. As I have, many women will find solo travel to be empowering, rewarding and a wonderful experience. For whatever reason you’re choosing to take a solo trip, I applaud you, and encourage you to make the most of it!
While there’s no perfect age to get up and go, there is something special about hitting the road and experiencing some of the world’s most incredible adventures in your twenties. Go while you’re young, single and without too much responsibility. There are so many epic parties, festivals and experiences around the world, so take advantage of your freedom and get out there!
Many women email me telling me that they’re thinking of traveling solo for the first time. I always tell them to go to the place they dream about, the place that’s been speaking to their soul for years — but if they’re up for suggestions, I’ve got a ton! And Iceland now tops that list. So what makes Iceland an ideal pick for a first time solo trip?
Iceland is one of the easiest places to travel for the solo female wanderer, and has been one of my favorite destinations since I visited last year! With a population of just 300,000 people, it seems like everyone knows each other. Reykjavik has a small-town vibe, it’s practically crime-free (just take a look at the Reykjavik police Instagram account!) And there are amazing attractions like the Blue Lagoon, the Golden Circle, and winter activities!