JourneyWoman Women’s Travel Safety Survey

Last updated on April 14th, 2021

Travel Safety: Staying Safe on the Road

JourneyWoman has provided women with solo travel safety tips for almost 28 years.

We’d like to get your thoughts on women’s travel safety to help us develop editorial and events that will be most helpful to you. We’ll also share the results to help other women.

– Have you ever felt threatened or been attacked while travelling?

– Where?

– What did you do?

– Do you feel you have the right skills to define yourself?

This survey takes about 5 minutes and individual results are confidential.

Thank you!

Don’t miss our Women’s Travel Safety event on Thursday, April 15 where we’ll share the result and provide you with expert tips to stay safe on the road.

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Tell Us What You Want To Know About Safety

What topics related to solo travel safety do you have? What tips and advice are you looking for?

Email  carolyn@journeywoman.com with your suggestions.

DO YOU HAVE A SOLO SAFETY TIP OR STORY TO SHARE?

If you’ve encountered safety issues on the road, we want to hear from you. Please email us or use one of our forms. Thank you! 

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Pack Right, Pack Light

The hassle of arriving somewhere without your personal clothing as well as the hassle of getting the insurance to pay for your loss just isn’t worth checking bags.

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What to Wear When?

We believe that the way a woman dresses as she moves around the world is very important. Simply click on the first letter of the country you want to viist and you’re on your way to terrific “what-to-wear” tips.

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Not All Travel Has a Happy Ending

Whether you are a female travelling within your own country or venturing abroad it makes sense that you keep these safety tips and tricks in mind.

Follow JourneyWoman for curated articles, tips, news and content from our community and our partners.

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