Category Archives: Solo Female Travel

11 Awesome First Time Solo Female Travel Destinations USA

looking happy and excited in nyc

Planning first time solo female travel is overwhelming even if you feel super excited at the same time. To tell you the truth, I still vividly remember my first solo trip to Scotland. My flight was delayed due to thunderstorms. I already hate flying. Let me tell you … listening to thunder rumble in the […]

A Complete Guide to Portland Maine Solo Travel

me looking happy with 3 days in portland me

Portland is Maine’s largest and most visited city, and without a doubt, the greater Portland metro area just leaves visitors wanting to book a return ticket ASAP. Now, to be fully transparent with everyone, I knew very, very little about Portland before booking my plane ticket there. I just … wanted to go. For example, […]

Solo Travel Zurich: An Independent Guide to a Beautiful Swiss City

solo travel zurich: these views are the best

If you’re planning a trip to Switzerland, you will likely add Zurich as a stop in your itinerary. Switzerland’s largest city is often included in travel plans, since the majority of people are already familiar with the city’s abundant wealth, ritzy shops, adorable Old Town, and overall high quality of life.  Yes, without a doubt, […]

9 Super Fun Things to Do Alone in Berkeley CA

during a weekend in berkeley see the murals

Disclaimer: In exchange for coverage on this blog, VisitBerkeley was kind enough to host me for two days. As always, all opinions are my own, and it is a priority to discuss my honest experiences.  Without a doubt, I had an amazing time traveling alone all throughout Northern California. San Francisco, in particular, is one […]

Solo Travel Lake Geneva: The Ultimate Guide to Switzerland’s Most Iconic Lake

solo travel lake geneva adventures

Lake Geneva is an absolute paradise that captures the imagination of travelers everywhere. As an English literature buff, I’ve always wanted to escape to Lake Geneva, because the lush mountains and deep waters reminded me of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, a horror novel in which most of the action takes place in Switzerland.  Lake Geneva exceeded all of […]