A roundup of the top places to visit in India for solo travellers, from beach towns in the south to mountain adventure capitals in the north.
India is the most intoxicating, mesmerising, overwhelming and rewarding country I’ve ever been. Although it’s a relatively popular place to go, there is still a lot of apprehension about travelling to India, especially for first-timers and solo female travellers. After spending nine months in India over three different trips, I’ve decided to put together this …
Everything you need to know about planning a day trip to Vardzia, the ancient cave complex in Georgia.
Everything you need to know about island hopping on Thailand’s Andaman Coast, including tips for solo travellers and which islands you need to visit.
For a country that has only been opened to the world for less than a decade, there is still a sense of mystery surrounding it. So this post has 10 things you need to know about travelling to Myanmar that hopefully covers all the essential information you will need to travel there.
Eastern Turkey is a somewhat unknown mystery for travellers. Istanbul’s minarets, Cappadocia’s rock formations and the blue water of the Mediterranean coastline, is the Turkey most people know, with the Far East of the country seeming like a vast no man’s land between continents. However, this is far from true. From the plains of Mesopotamia …
It’s been five years to the day since I began my first big solo trip and now five years on, I’m reflecting on my experiences and contemplating how I’ve changed.
Everything that you need to know about travelling to Iran, including information about solo female travel, currency and money and local transportation.
Known as one of the most popular and beautiful treks in Ladakh, I decided to hike the Markha Valley during my time in Leh. Popular because it’s easily accessible, the trail is not difficult to navigate and it’s one of the few multiday treks in the region that can be done entirely with homestays, rather …
The city had been exactly what I had imagined it to be and more; it was completely different to anything else I had seen on the subcontinent, the people were full of colourful and passionate conversation and the lake was truly beautiful with the background of the Himalayas faded under haze. Yet, I’d felt much safer than I perhaps thought I would, the media always driving a particular fear of certain places, and in fact, after I left I found myself telling people, “Go to Srinagar and spend time there,” because only then can you truly understand it… Read about my time in Srinagar, Kashmir.
So as the weather turned bad in the lower Annapurna region, I decided to head to Jomsom to trek in the Himalayan rain shadow. A guide and my day by day experience as well as a video of my time on the trail.
A trek report for hiking the Langtang Valley in Nepal solo, one of the original trekking destinations in the Himalayas. It includes my day-by-day experience on the trail and the nitty-gritty details of organising it, plus a video.