Redefining travelling for women to break stereotypes
Here are a few inspiring women who travel and their stories that will make you want to pack your bags and set out on your own adventure.
Traveling has been a source of inspiration and adventure for people all around the world. But when it comes to women, the journey is often harder, yet more rewarding. Women who travel are not only breaking societal norms, but also proving that the world is a place meant for all genders to explore.
1. Jacki Hill-Murphy
Jacki Hill-Murphy is a British explorer who has traveled across four continents and ventured into some of the most remote places in the world. Her expeditions include a journey across South America on horseback, retracing the steps of Isabella Bird in Iran, and crossing the Andes by foot. What sets Jacki apart is that she travels solo, relying only on her wits and the kindness of strangers along the way. Her journeys have inspired many women to take on solo travel and to embrace the unknown with open arms.
2. Megan Jerrard
Megan Jerrard is an Australian travel blogger who has been traveling full-time with her husband since 2007. Together, they have visited over 100 countries and documented their journey on their blog, Mapping Megan. Megan's story is inspiring because she has not let the fear of the unknown stop her from exploring the world. In fact, she embraces it, and her blog is full of tips and advice for other women who want to do the same.
3. Anusha Subramanian
Anusha Subramanian is an Indian journalist who quit her job to travel across India on a motorbike. Her journey took her across 20 states in India, which was a result of her taking her first trek in the wild at the age of seven. Anusha's story is a reminder that women can be adventurous and that there is no limit to what we can achieve if we put our minds to it.
4. Sarah Marquis
Sarah Marquis is a Swiss adventurer who has hiked across some of the most remote places in the world. Her expeditions include a solo journey across Australia, a walk from Siberia to the Gobi Desert, and a hike from the Andes to the Amazon. Sarah's story is inspiring because she has not let the dangers and challenges of traveling solo deter her from pursuing her passion for exploration.
These are just a few of the inspiring women who travel and have made a mark on the world. Their stories show that women can be just as adventurous and fearless as men, and that the world is a place meant for all of us to explore. Whether you are traveling solo or with a group, their stories will inspire you to take on the unknown and to embrace the journey with open arms. Make travelling your priority because it builds confidence, create connections, expands your mind, sparks creativity and above all it is a whole package of fun.
So, are you ready ladies? Take your first step in exploring the world and all it has to offer you. Not to forget that we at Rapid Adventures always embark on a journey to give the best traveling experience to all, especially to all first timers and travel lovers.