This week on our virtual tour Around the World from A to Z, it’s all about Costa Rica. This Central American country has been on my bucket list for a while, and I can’t wait until we can travel again to explore its volcanoes, forests, rivers and waterfalls. I’m planning a women only travel group to this lush tropical destination for when we can travel again. In the meantime, here is some inspiration for you.
This week in our virtual tour Around the World from A to Z, the British Isles is featured. I have already written about Britain on another page, but this week I will also include differences to look out for when driving in the British Isles as well as safety tips for pedestrians, safety tips for solo female travellers. I also highlight some features in my favourite region of Great Britain.
AmaWaterways has introduced new safety protocols and ship enhancements to protect guests and staff, and recently opened up cruising to the European travel market again. Soon, Canadians will be able to cruise Europe’s great rivers again. Watch this video to see how AmaWaterways will ensure you travel safely onboard with them.
In a previous post, I shared 14 safety tips for solo female travellers. In this post I share six tips to help you stay safe while driving abroad.
Below are 14 safety tips for solo female travellers that other women have used when travelling alone, including myself and my sister, who is much younger than me and recently travelled solo in Vietnam and Australia.