33 thoughts on “FEMALE TRAVEL TIPS

  1. Carol Taylor says:

    so, this is a perspective from a young female traveler point of view, but what about us more mature single women travelers, like myself..?? I'm 52 and this is me 11th year/4th trip overseas..do you know any older ladies that have traveled..??

  2. Verginia Vicheva says:

    What do you mean you can't wear shorts in Bulgaria?! I am from Bulgaria and in the summertime i wear shorts all the time, and so does almost every other girl in our country as long as she's comfortable with how she looks like….. I don't know where exactly were you, but i'm sure there's not a place here where you can't wear shorts…. everybody wears whatever they feel like wearing and it's not a problem at all ๐Ÿ˜€

  3. Sophie Arcoub says:

    I've been travelling on my own for the past decade, and I wish this video existed when I first started ! You guys are giving accurate and easily relatable advice !
    clothes amount cut in half, diva cup & wedding ring : best advice for the ones starting. great video ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. maeinmak says:

    This video is great but also makes me sad. That because we are women we have to be very careful all the time and not feel safe, to walk alone at night or whatever…

  5. Sittin Pretty says:

    Absolutely great advice. As a female who has traveled solo I agree with all that was shared. Good info for all ladies and even greatly for younger or newer lady travelers.

  6. LifeendDeath says:

    I don't know what you are talking about. I have live in Bulgaria all my life and everyone wears shorts. Even those booty shorts no one is going to tell you any thing. Well there will be some boys looking at you (like every country) and if you really wear booty shorts old people are going to look are you bad. But that's it. If it's normal shorts no one is going to tell you any thing. Where were you in Bulgaria? Was it in a small village or something?
    (sorry for bad english)

  7. Jessica says:

    I am currently abroad in Belgium and visited Germany and one of the guys knew I was a tourist based on my look and my host mom had got pictures of me with them

  8. johnnymchappyboy says:

    i feel so sorry that we as women have to keep saying "oh but we love men!!" and feel like we have to justify ourselves before we talk about men catcalling/ staring at us. like despite the fact that most of them just disrespect us and don't give it a second thought, we still feel guilty for calling them out…

  9. emhers says:

    I found this really helpful. Some parts of the world can be super intimidating to travel alone as a female, but I think generally, people are more good than bad in this world :).

  10. Sarah Presley says:

    Wearing a wedding ring to avoid sexual harassment goes against every female power principle there is in the books! I can't believe you all agreed to that and you're putting it out there for young females to learn how to be passive and hide behind lies in stead of standing up for themselves and facing sexual harassment head on. This makes me sick to my stomach.

  11. taptitecaro says:

    The best pieces of advice in this video according to me were: look confident! Do not tell people that you're alone, and do not believe that it is dangerous to travel as a woman.
    The shorts in Bulgaria…I saw several comments say that wasn't true, and I would agree! I've been there three times and shorts were not issue. It would be interesting to know where exactly you were and what year that was.
    Now let's talk about harassment. The fact that "everyone does it" does not make it okay. Shouting "compliments" at someone who that makes uncomfortable, no matter the language, the country, the religion…should not be okay. We're far from that being the norm worldwide. I agree with you ladies that you should not react to it, either positively (smile) or negatively (shout back insults), because this will this will lead the harasser to continue and engage with you further.
    Credentials: I have lived on 4 continents and traveled to 26 countries xxx

  12. Kaitlin Moose says:

    With the cab advice – have you guys ever had problems taking a cab as a solo traveler? I hate to be paranoid but my trip in India was much harder because there were so many stories about attacks in taxis and buses…would love to hear more thoughts on the safety aspects! Thanks!

  13. Lulu Ju says:

    Really cool video! When I saw the title I thought it'd be a video full of beauty or fashion tips (which I was not looking for) and I was pleasantly surprised to find really good advice on how to stay safe (which also applies for men). Thanks for sharing your experience with the rest of the people who love to travel!

  14. Holly D says:

    Most of these tips are awesome and useful. But I feel like I need to add my two cents here about the "most men are just trying to help" comment you made. This is not a good piece of advice to be giving anyone, especially women. Young women are especially impressionable and if you tell them that "most men just want to help" when they go out traveling by themselves, or in a group, they may be too trusting of strangers in a strange place.

    I can totally understand if I've been standing in one place, staring at a map for 15 minutes looking confused and someone comes to offer directions because they see me struggling. However, even if it is the norm of the country you are visiting, if someone is pestering you with help you didn't ask for, and getting too close because "why are you alone", "I just want to help", you need to get the F* away from that person. The best thing you can do is be vigilant at all times.

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