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According to a study conducted by Booking.com, 72% of American women have embarked on solo travel trips. And they usually take three trips or more in a given year. When traveling alone, women need to take unique precautions to keep themselves and their personal information safe.

The following link takes you to a post written by Melissa Brock. Although the blog appears on a financial services website, the post is not spam.** In fact, it provides a useful guide for all solo travelers, with some parts applying specifically to women.

Solo female travel: How to keep you and your finances safe

The following topics are covered:

  • Myths of solo female travel
  • Safeguarding your money and identify
  • Protecting yourself as a solo traveler
  • Funding your travel adventure

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