Everything You Need To Know About Solo Female Travel | TheTravel
The onus should fall on society to change the harmful attitudes towards women that currently make travel—something that we all have a right to enjoy—more dangerous for women than it is for men. All travelers should stay mindful of their surroundings and in control of themselves, but for women who are traveling alone, this is even more crucial. Predators are more likely to target female travelers that are by themselves rather than women who have people to look out for them. Rather than zoning out and focusing on your phone screen or your earphones, always remain alert.