Travel safety tips for women

Travel safety tips for women



so according to Trip Advisor's 74% of women across the globe have traveled alone or plans to do so however this can be dangerous another survey found two out of five women say they face sexual harassment or unwelcomed interactions on the road as well so how can you make sure you are staying safe while still enjoying traveling by yourself traveling alone can be challenging just ask Lambrini macheska Australia Israel Morocco she knows it's crucial to be vigilant her friend was attacked on a running trail while travelling she kicked the person and screamed and yelled and was able to get away but that doesn't always happen a New York Times article says to check out free apps like chirpy Mayday and trip whistle that show dangerous areas and tell how to contact local law enforcement also have a plan of where you're going and how to get there travel state.gov has safety information for each country a guide for women travelers divide up your cash and bring two phones so that in case of a robbery you don't lose everything Lambrini says don't let fear stop you from exploring the world but always be aware if something looks suspicious it probably is suspicious there's something not right also a good idea for women to take a self-defense class maybe carry pepper spray or a pocket knife when you're on vacation you should also remember all of us need to keep our hotel doors locked and consider bringing a rubber doorstop that would help doors from being pushed open

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