I met Amanda in our hostel in Medellín. When she said she was traveling solo for a week, I was like yas, girl!! Of course, I had to feature her.
Graciela took a 6.5 week leave of absence from work to backpack Europe. Today she shares her two favorite weeks with us!
In India, Retha took a train adventure through Rajasthan, a desert region known for palaces and forts. Then she jumped to Mumbai for a city experience and lastly Goa for some beachy, chill vibes. Badass!
Akua quit her job to go after a dream. By believing in herself and getting a little help from a Spanish immersion program, she did all that in Peru and got an internship at a chocolate museum. Where do I sign up?!
Three years ago Phoebe was diagnosed with illnesses doctors said she would never fully recover from to lead a normal life. Fast forward three years and she is defying doctors’ expectations and traveling to every country in the world.
Claire's planned every detail on her first trip to Iceland, so she made sure this trip to Ecuador was more loose. She wanted to meet people, make plans and go on adventures with them, which is exactly what happened.
Sierra dreamed of living in Italy, more specifically building a business in Italian tourism. She moved to Puglia for three months to explore the off beaten path, develop authentic tours excursions and discover more about herself.
After graduating college with a Spanish degree, Alexis found a host family and a teaching volunteer job in Colombia through Workaway and off she went for four months.
Dannielle went to Ecuador alone but came back with friends. She booked her trip through a women-only tour group, which also hosts sustainable experiences with locals. As long as you grow, there's no one way to travel solo.
Thaïna's two weeks in Nicaragua was her first solo trip, which made her Dad and Mom really nervous. But she didn't let that stop her. She came back proud and her family was too.