Traveling alone can be scary, but open up whole new worlds to you. Here's how to make your first solo trip a success.

More and more women are choosing to explore the world on their own to experience the ultimate independence and freedom. Or just because your best friend or partner doesn't have the time. But that's why you postpone your dream trip right away? However, traveling alone as a woman can take some getting over – but it's worth it, we promise!

Traveling alone as a woman in East Africa

Setting out on a solo journey as a woman can seem like an unusual idea that most of us are quick to dismiss as unfeasible, rather than thinking "I can do this". We understand that, it sounds scary, intimidating and unusual. But setting out into the unknown and testing our limits can have more positive outcomes, more rewards, and more surprises than you can ever imagine. Here are our top tips if you're traveling through east africa alone as a woman.

The austrian composer franz suppè said "you are crazy my child, you must go to berlin"."Whether for that reason or other motives: there are many people who have moved to berlin. And they have to get used to many things first. Sometimes it is quite difficult, but life here also has many advantages. 12 things that newcomers immediately love about berlin (and so do the locals).

Neighbors don't comment on when you come home at night

These are 12 things that newcomers get used to right away: In Berlin, no one peeks through the curtains when you come home drunk

Inspired by images of costa rica's pristine-looking coastlines, rainforests filled with exotic creatures, and steaming volcanoes towering above the clouds? Us too.

If you're dreaming of a trip to this central american nation, here are nine tips to squeeze the most out of the country.