Top 5 Photo Snaps Spots in Tel – Aviv

Tel-Aviv is home to some of the instagrammable photo spots: bohemian Neve Tzedek, dynamic and colorful Carmel market, or romantic Gordon beach for some summer or sunset dreamy pics, here are 5 of Tel-Aviv’s most amazing photo spots, that will make your album and insta feed simply pop.

Travel Solo on a Budget: 13 Fun Around the World under $30

Traveling alone is an amazing experience. It is liberating, empowering and unforgettable, from the moment you book the flight ticket, to finalizing the itinerary and to realizing you are making it all on your own, in a foreign country. Regardless of how wonderful it is, traveling alone in comparison to traveling with friends, can be…

5 Fun Things to do Solo: Traveling Alone Best Tips

Traveling solo is one of the best decisions I have made. From Argentina to South America, I have visited some amazing countries and places, and while I had a great time discovering every place and culture, meeting new people, I also found myself spending some time alone, and at times it could get lonely. With…

7 Special Places to Visit Solo in 2020

I began backpacking solo in 2017, taking my first solo trip to Argentina and traveling alone for a month and a half. It was the best decision I have ever made as a woman:) and it has changed the way I travel. Ever since I traveled to South East Asia, Europe and went back to…

3 Amazing Days in Eilat: Great things to do Solo

Eilat is the Southern point in Israel, bordering with Egypt and famous for the Red Sea, the ultimate beach vacation destination, amazing underwater world and party, for the young and beautiful. Eilat is perfect for solo travelers, and I am going to share a few special and unforgettable things you can do alone and spend…

10 Fun things to do in Prague: Travel Solo to Prague

Before traveling to Prague, I have heard a lot of wonderful things about it, a city that is all magic, beautiful architecture, stunning view points, bridges, beer  that is cheaper than water (yes!), delicious food, castles and parks so evergreen and perfect for picnics. So, right after returning my trip to Peru, I booked a…

From Cusco to Lima: Traveling with Peru Hop

As a female solo traveler, one of the things that occupies me most when I plan a trip and choose the destination is safety. I am pretty independent and prefer walking from place to place, so getting around from city to city and in the city  without looking over my shoulder is very important.  So,…

Why Travel to Huaraz Peru: Trekking Paradise

Located in Peru’s northern region, Huaraz is a small town and trekking paradise, very much like Cusco in the south. It’s not as famous as Cusco, and mostly known for the crazy Huayhuash trek, in Huascaran national park and Cordilla Blanca. When I was planning my trip to Peru, Huaraz was high up on my…

Visit Machu Picchu: A Solo Traveler’s Essential Guide

Only when you set foot in the majestic and bewildering Machu Picchu city that you understand how little you understand. Hidden away, an hour away from Machu Picchu village and Aguascalientes, the Incas’ establishment is truly a world wander. As such getting to the epic scenery and ruins was is quite a challenge and exhausting…

The most Beautiful Lagoons in Peru: From Humantay to Laguna Paron

One of Peru’s most special features are the Cordilla Blanca and snowy mountain tops, with turquoise colored lagoons at the foot of this gigantic, outstanding mountains. Before every trip, I do a lot of research on Instagram and travelers’ blogs online. It is very important for me to find the most unique spots and those…

Cusco: From Sacred Valley to Red Valley and Rainbow Mountain

Valle Sagrado, Valle rojo, Vinicunca mountain, are definitely at the top of my all-time favorite day trips in Peru. Each is at a distance of a bus ride from Cusco, a picturesque city, where you could easily spend 2 weeks, exploring the region and Inca ruins in beautiful day trips, while enjoying the city life,…