East Iceland, although remote, is generally very safe for solo female travelers. Crime rates are incredibly low throughout the entire country, with petty theft being infrequent. Icelanders are typically friendly and willing to assist travelers. Local services and amenities are readily accessible, possibilities to engage with other travelers are ample, and the infrastructure is reliable. However, travelers should always maintain common travel precautions, particularly in the wilder, less populated areas to avoid common accidents related to nature and the weather.