As an experienced traveller, I know how important is preparation prior to every trip you take. Especially if you are female traveller, and even more if you are a solo travelling woman.
This is why I put together free printable travel guides for you to use them as a framework when you ‘design’ your own travels. These free travel guides are extensively researched and based on my own experiences. Make good use of them and if you have questions that are not answered within the pages, don’t hesitate tocontact meand ask what you need to know.
Following are the women’s travel guides that I have already done. If you don’t want to miss on the new free travel guides by email, subscribe here to receive them in your mailbox as soon as they published.
Things to Do in Alice Springs and Central Australia
Central Australia is the most peculiar part of the whole continent. If you want to see the ‘real’ Australia, you must include a visit to its Red Centre on your Australian itinerary.
Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock, is the picture that comes into your mind when you think of Central Australia. Although Uluru is magic, it is not all. And certainly, does not represent Outback Australia and its lifestyle. Alice Springs is the capital of Central Australia, and it is (almost) the geographical centre of the country. In this post, I am sharing a list of things to do in Alice Springs and Central Australia.
Female Trave Tips for Your Cape Town Holidays
This Cape Town travel guide for women gives practical information about many aspects of your trip, including specific topics like safety, packing tips, what are the less-touristy places, where to eat and stay, shopping and more.
Some of the questions that it answers are:
– Do I need a visa to travel to South Africa?
– What is the weather?
– Is the water drinkable?
– Can I drive in South Africa?
– Do I need a power plug adapter?
– What about money & payments?
– What languages are spoken in SA?
– Is Cape Town Safe for Solo Travelling Women?
Solo Female Travel Guide to NORWAY
The solo female travel guide to Norway is a result of my solo trip to this picturesque, fairytale-like country. Here you will find information on the itinerary, budget food shopping, addresses of hotels and other things that I have experienced personally and recommend.
The guide starts with the 2-weeks itinerary, day by day, to give you an impression of what can be done for such a period of time. The trip was focused on the coastal part of Norway and sightseeing of the fjords. This is the most touristic part of the country and for a reason. The amazing vistas and the picture-perfect countryside are the two reasons people to come from all over the world.
The last part of this guide is about all the details you need to know about each place in order to plan your own trip. Sightseeing, hotel addresses, transportation and general observations I have had about every city on the itinerary are included in this part.