• Sheryl S.

Voyeuristic Travel While at Home


For daily inspiration, nothing beats two Facebook sites dedicated to solo female travelers, where you can see some truly remarkable photos of people’s adventures. Both of these are private groups, requiring permission to join. Women share stories, tips, and advice, and I have found each to be supportive to its members. Additionally, they have a nice mix of age, from GenXer's to Baby Boomers. https://www.facebook.com/groups/solofemaletravelers/?ref=bookmarks https://www.facebook.com/groups/thesolofemaletravelernetwork/ You can also spend hours on Instagram with some popular hashtags #solotravel #solotraveler (these are not specific to female tourists) or a couple less known terms are #solotravellingwoman #solotravelwoman. With worldwide users and people exploring the natural wonders in their home countries due to COVID-19, it's a gift to see what is truly in others' backyards.


Travel & Leisure offers a newsletter that has been doing a nice job of keeping its readers abreast on all things travel, even during the pandemic. You can subscribe here, if interested. TravelandLeisureSubscription



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