A Guide for a Woman To Navigate the Planet Safely #infographic

 

A Guide for a Woman To Navigate the Planet Safely #infographic

There are many reasons why women have been and are still reluctant to travel on their own, including fear of personal safety and isolation during their journeys. However, in order to reduce the risk of these items, there are precautions a traveler may make. For starters, researching the place you are going to travel to beforehand is a good idea. Learn in the native language about the crime rates, the best places to stay in, and try to pick up a few sentences. This will allow you to feel more confident and open up the chance of making friends on the trip and talking to people.

Solo travel is not only for young people, and statistics show that women over the age of 55 are as open to the concept as women over the age of 18. There's never a wrong age to fly, as long as you're safe before doing the testing!

There was a period of time when it was uncommon for a woman to be autonomous, even frowned upon. Throughout the years, however, women have begun doing things for themselves,

From operating firms to becoming the family's breadwinner. A new word has appeared recently: The Wandering Woman. This is attributed to the fact that we have seen a rise in female solo travelers in many nations lately.

A quarter of those surveyed between 35 and 44 years of age were encouraged to travel alone in hopes of 'finding themselves.'

And MailOnline Travel is honoring all those adventurous women trekking across the globe solo in celebration of International Women's Day.

However, it is vital to take basic safety measures before going out-and this advice remains, whether travelling alone or with a party.

Travel deal platform, Travelzoo, advises that you do your research in advance, warn your credit card provider and banks that you are going to travel and check whether and how your cell phone is going to operate overseas.

A Guide for a Woman To Navigate the Planet Safely #infographic

infographic by: www.dailymail.co.uk

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