Solo female travel is on the rise, but safety concerns are still at the forefront of many travellers’ minds. International invite-only platform GoLightly is offering a secure online network where women can rent homes from each other and build connections around the world.
Easy travel across the globe was once something of a pipe dream for most black travelers, but Nomadness Travel Tribe is changing that. Inspiring thousands to get away, have adventures, and make memories, Nomadness and companies like it are encouraging black travelers to see the world on their terms.
While female solo travel may be on the rise, there are also waves of like-minded single travellers who are more interested in collective adventures. Meeting the demand for exciting holidays, WHOA Travel offers curated trips for solo women who have a desire to embrace the unknown together.
Even with the freedom of home-working, many employees are missing interactions with colleagues. Rural co-working spaces are catering to people’s hunger for connecting with like-minded professionals for inspiration and network-building, while also maintaining a slower, more ‘natural’ lifestyle.
With a flourishing singles market and a raft of helpful booking and meet-up apps at their fingertips, women are ticking off their bucket lists without a travel buddy. No longer viewed as ‘brave’ for going it alone, women are embracing solo holidays and prompting a seismic shift in the industry.