Women’s History Month is the perfect time for women to plan a solo trip. The team at Jacada Travel rounded up seven of the best destinations for women to take a solo trip.
The South American country offers a diverse natural landscape of lush forests, soaring mountains, glacial lakes and vast desert. Participate in adventurous activities during the day and indulge in a spa treatment in the evening.
Ideal for a relaxing getaway, Iceland offers numerous spa and natural thermal springs options. Adventurous travelers can opt for horseback riding, rafting and glacier tour experiences. Maximum sunlight occurs May–October. October through March is the ideal time to experience the Northern Lights.
The diverse country offers multiple opportunities for solo trips. Rajasthan and Kerala offer relaxing atmospheres, luxury hotel options, wildlife-viewing opportunities and distinct regional cuisine.
For those interested in a big five safari experience, head to Kenya. There are many parks as well as private reserves and conservancies, perfect for all types of solo travelers.
New Zealand offers something for every type of solo traveler. Explore the friendly cities, natural beauty, cultural activities, wellness opportunities, fine dining and more.
Visit Rwanda for a gorilla trekking experience. There are other safari options throughout the country as well. Stop at Nyamirambo Women’s Centre to learn more about the culture and history of the local women.
Scandinavia proves to be a safe and enjoyable region for female solo travelers. Sweden and Denmark boast accessible cities in Stockholm and Copenhagen, respectively. In addition to city activities, Swedish Laplandoffers opportunities to explore nature.
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