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Friday 08 March is International Women’s Day and to mark the date we’ll be celebrating female solo travel with 14 expert bloggers.  A day of sharing helpful travel tips from quotes to blog posts, we hope the initiative will inspire many of you to see the world alone.  We are also going to be asking our bloggers ten questions – see the list below.

Please feel free to pitch in using the corresponding question number and the hashtag at any point.  If there’s one we haven’t covered and you feel it should be included let us know and we will add it to the conversation…

Savannah
Q1. When you first arrive at a destination, how do you make inroads and get to meet people, including the locals? #WomenGoSolo

Q2. What is the one thing you know now that you wish you knew before you started travelling solo? #WomenGoSolo

Q3. I’m keen on exploring alone, but how do I find out if solo travel is really for me? #WomenGoSolo

Q4. What’s the best way to deflect unwarranted attention while you’re travelling solo? #WomenGoSolo

Q5. Do you have any tips on keeping your valuables safe especially if you are in shared accommodation? #WomenGoSolo

Q6. My family is freaking out about my decision to travel solo, what’s the best way to assure them I’ll be fine? #WomenGoSolo

Q7. What’s the best way to deflect unwarranted attention while you’re travelling solo? #WomenGoSolo

Q8. I have a long-term partner, is wanting to pursue solo travel selfish? #WomenGoSolo

Q9. What’s the best way to deal with loneliness when you’re out on the road? #WomenGoSolo

Q10. We’re always here about the negatives, but what are the benefits of #femalesolotravel #WomenGoSolo

Find out more about our #WomenGoSolo initiative here.

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