Solo Female Travelers Tribe

One thing is certain: you love the freedom and excitement of travelling solo, at least part of the time. Whatever your other interests (food? mountain climbing? meditation?) safety is still a concern. Join the Solo Female Travelers Tribe for woman-to-woman tips and clear information to help you decide on your next adventure.
Solo Female Safety Scores and Tips: We noticed that no one woman-to-woman travel resource existed that could summarize safety tips free of mansplaining or overly alarmist language. Trip.com data scores destinations from 1-10 based on perception of safety. We also compile tips on dress, behavior and more from women who have traveled recently to the country. Our editors fact check, and expert writers contribute longer posts for a growing list of destinations. While no one destination is ever completely safe, our hope is that this information will allow users to make their own decisions with better information. Less work, more fun.

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Hina Vo
Hina Vo reviewed:
Haleakala National Park (Kula)
Haleakalā National Park, Kula, Hawaii 96790
Hina Vo's rating:May 24, 2018
Beautiful austere desert at great contrast with the lush tropical rain forests of Hana and the dense green forest and valley of Iao valley. Shows diversity and was gorgeous. Lots to learn too. :) ... Read more
visitor center at the top closes around noon so amke sure to visit as early as possible!!!!
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Crystal WatanaPro 2017
Crystal Watana reviewed:
Thai Blvd Bistro
20935 Vanowen St, Canoga Park, CA 91303, USA
Crystal Watana's rating:May 24, 2018
Okay, wow... wasn't quite expecting it to be as tasty as it was. The four stars is based off of me having just been there only uno time--might change to five at a later point. Went w/ a friend. From ... Read more
the street, it was kind of hard to spot. The signage is nice but should be more easily legible from a distance. It's located in a two-story plaza on the bottom floor (if I'm not mistaken, it's beneath a massage place--which we could see at a glance from the street). Went in around lunch time, wasn't busy (sometimes that's preferable). I was a little skeptical about the flavor since it can sometimes be challenging to find a very tasty Thai place in this part of the valley (in NoHo or Hollywood, it'd be challenging to find a bad Thai restaurant). We ordered the papaya salad, Mieng Kam, and mango w/ sticky rice. I was so relieved when I smelled the papaya salad as the server set it down--cause y'know, if it smells tasty, it's most likely to BE tasty :D And... IT WAS!! Phew! I know, this can seem dramatic but for somebody who practices intermittent fasting and prefers to savor her food, meals are a big deal!Anywho...Papaya Salad--yes, get it!!! Mieng Kam--LOVED the friggin' presentation!! So cute and sophisticated... fancy :P I always appreciate eating shellfish since the hubs is allergic and I don't order it as much... oh, well... the things we do for true love, haha!Finally, mango and sticky rice--I don't think I have to say much about this dish since one can't really mess this up unless one of the ingredients is just completely messed up in some way. The traditional Thai dessert came in a heart shape and the overall presentation is super nice, too--simple but nice! I think they could have provided w/ more mango considering they charge a pretty penny for it. As for the interior--it's cozy and tidy! Love the wooden boards on the wall--that's the trend these days. Actually, come to think of it, I see it A LOT... hmm, getting kind of unoriginal... I digress... Service was nice, too. Nothing over the top and met the minimum (better than bad service any day). Will definitely be going back at some point.
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StacePro 2017
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Fountain Place
1800 Freeman St, Dallas, Texas
Stace's rating:May 24, 2018
This is a little walking and sitting area amongst a couple of corporate office buildings. This is a wonderful resting place for those employees and anyone who is looking for a break. The fountains are ... Read more
beautiful.
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StacePro 2017
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Nasher Sculpture Center
2001 Flora St, Dallas, TX 75201
Stace's rating:May 24, 2018
It’s only $10 to walk through the center. It’s located across the street from the Dallas Art Museum. The Nasher has sculptures inside and out. If you’re wanting something to fill your time, which isn’ ... Read more
t very strenuous, then walk around and enjoy.
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StacePro 2017
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Dragon Park Gardens
3520 Cedar Springs Rd, Dallas, TX 75219, USA
Stace's rating:May 24, 2018
This is a small little park filled with gothic style sculptures. It won’t take you long to leisurely stroll through but it’s very cute.
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StacePro 2017
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The Rustic
3656 Howell St, Dallas, TX 75204, United States
Stace's rating:May 24, 2018
This is probably my favourite place to hang in Dallas. The food is amazing - try the cactus fries and calf fries. These are something mid never get back home but wish I could. I’ve never had Rocky ... Read more
Mountain Oysters but I’m glad I experienced the calf fries. There is ample seating inside and out, perfect for enjoying the live music at night.
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Julie G
Julie G reviewed:
Dominick's Cafe
34 N. Front Street, Dream Weavers Style & Health Center, Kingston, NY
Julie G's rating:May 24, 2018
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Denice C
Denice C reviewed:
Roja Mexican Grill
1212 Harney Street, Old Market, Omaha, NE 68102
Denice C's rating:May 24, 2018
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Dottie C
Dottie C reviewed:
Tanger Factory Outlet Center
2601 S Mckenzie St # 466, Foley, AL 36535-7401, United States
Dottie C's rating:May 24, 2018
Good place for a rainy day. About a 20 minute drive from Orange Beach.
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Sunshine Blondie
Sunshine Blondie reviewed:
Saint Vitus Cathedral
III. nádvoří 48/2, Prague 1, Czech Republic
Sunshine Blondie's rating:May 24, 2018
Absolutely gorgeous! The architecture and stained glass make this place stunning!
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