I have written a lot of articles about solo female travel tips, and why every woman should travel alone. But, I am often asked “Where is it safe to travel alone?”
There are some places that are more dangerous than others, but the rest of the world isn’t as scary as you might think. You can feel secure and safe in many places around the globe if you have a positive attitude.
- 1 Iceland
- 2 Switzerland
- 3 New Zealand
- 4 Australia
- 5 Canada
- 6 French Polynesia
- 7 Ireland
- 8 Namibia
- 9 Amsterdam, The Netherlands
- 10 A Cruise
These are the 10 safest places for solo female travelers.
Solo travel in Iceland is easy and comfortable, despite the fact that it’s called “The Land of Fire & Ice”. Reykjavik’s nightlife and music scene are well-known, so it is easy to meet locals and other travelers.
Although there are many reasons to visit Iceland you should not overlook her natural beauty. You can join a tour to snorkel, dive or hike the Silfra Fissure. Don’t forget to take a dip in the Blue Lagoon.
Switzerland is one the most beautiful countries in the world, with its breathtaking mountain views, meadows full of wildflowers and backdrops of the Rhone River.
Interlaken and the Swiss Alps are a must-see when visiting Switzerland in winter. Bern is a great place to spend the day admiring stunning architecture.
Geneva was a favorite spot of mine during my recent summer in Europe. It has access to the lakeshore and the jet d’eau, Parc du la Grange, as well as other amenities that allow you to immerse yourself in Swiss culture.
New Zealand’s beaches, glaciers and fjords offer adventure. You’ll find some of the most stunning landscapes in the entire world when you visit New Zealand. Young Adventuress, a female travel blogger, will convince you.
Here she loved solo travel so much that she made it her home!
Australia has some of the best wildlife and landscapes anywhere, so it was my first solo trip abroad. I visited Uluru and The Outback, rode the Ghan Train, and hiked through Kata Tjuta’s Valley of the Winds.
While you should explore Sydney, Melbourne, and the beautiful Gold Coast, don’t be afraid to rent a car to get out on the open road.
Canada is home to multiculturalism, beautiful landscapes and a wide range of people. Canadians are known for being friendly and you will see why when you travel alone.
The islands of French Polynesia are a paradise with a diverse marine life, world-class diving, amazing natural beauty, and a strong vanilla scent that will follow you everywhere you go.
It’s truly breathtaking and unforgettable. You will want to come back year after year.
Although Ireland is not known for its great weather, the Emerald Isle is a haven of happiness and beer. Enjoy a relaxing evening in a pub or a game of football out in the country for an unforgettable experience.
Namibia is a great destination for road trips and is open all year. It’s home to stunning coastlines and deserts. This is one of my favourite Africa trips.
Sossusvlei, located in the largest conservation area in Africa, is stunning. My first trip to Namibia was seven days of road-tripping through Namibia. My second trip to Namibia was a two-day road trip that included the Skeleton Coast, Spitzkoppen Lodge and the Skeleton Coast.
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Amsterdam is known for its relaxed lifestyle and chill vibe. You can explore the canals and enjoy the city’s unique culture and nightlife. You can rent a bike to meet friendly, laid-back Dutch people.
Amsterdam’s cafe culture and foodie culture has exploded. It’s a great place to visit!
Amsterdam is the most talked about place in The Netherlands. But there’s so much more! Here are 10 other places you can visit in The Netherlands.
A cruise to any destination around the globe is an excellent travel experience for single female travelers. You will enjoy the ease of a schedule and safe accommodation. You can unpack once and reach multiple destinations without needing to book accommodation or flights.