CastrejonHello! Im a young happy person who loves to meet new people and know other cultures, im a very curious girl who loves to travel and make adventures for a life time!
JoanaHola, soy Joana, me formé en creación literaria y lingüística, escribo de todo pero principalmente poesía, al día de hoy tengo 3 libros de poesía publicados, 1 plaquette y estoy cursando una última licenciatura en Ciencias Políticas y Administración Pública. He trabajado mucho en gestión cultural con mi colectiva transdisciplinaria de mujeres artistas, Hilanderas. También tengo una colectiva mixta enfocada en la poesía que se llama Hipálage. He hecho producción de cine y televisión; corrección de estilo y soy maestra de español como L2 para angloparlantes, así como docente de Lengua y Literatura para jóvenes de secundaria en un Montessori. Vivo en Tepoztlán donde tengo un proyecto de permacultura, política y artes llamado Radicante.
MaiiaSoy una chica que le encanta viajar y conocer lugares nuevos, eh viajado por cortos y largos periodos con mi perra, en mi camioneta, sola y a veces con amigos, espero conocer más mujeres que me puedan seguir impulsando a seguir viajando de una forma segura
Can host for 4 daysHello! Im a young happy person who loves to meet new people and know other cultures, im a very curious girl who loves to travel and make adventures for a life time!
Can host for 5 daysSoy una chica que le encanta viajar y conocer lugares nuevos, eh viajado por cortos y largos periodos con mi perra, en mi camioneta, sola y a veces con amigos, espero conocer más mujeres que me puedan seguir impulsando a seguir viajando de una forma segura
Can host for 3 daysI'm from Costa Rica but I'm a mexican resident living in Guadalajara. I'm a Writer and a student about to finish my diploma in Voice Acting diploma. I have a golden retriever named Waffle. I love movies and all related to that art. I'm working on finishing my first novel and starting a podcast.
JulissaHi I’m Julissa. I’m 26 years old and currently planning on doing my first solo trip. I speak English and Spanish. I love dogs and turtles. My fav hobbies are blogging, reading, and listening to podcasts. I do not what else to say lol.
EvvieI'm a community herbalist, foodie, activist, astrologer, and somatic coach—and adventurer at heart. I've been a nomad for years in the US, and I am now expanding my nomad journey internationally, with Mexico and Perú as my international home-bases. Hoping to live outside the US long-term eventually, maybe 2023 is my year to find that place. www.emergentphoenixrising.com
based on 6 experiences
I travelled around Yucatan solo twice and enjoyed every day. For transportation between cities I used busses, within Tulum I took taxis several times and felt safe. My tip: If someone asks: where is your husband/ friend etc. - don't tell that you stay alone.
I was in Yucatan and Roo for 2 weeks solo and took ado buses everywhere - was super easy and comfy and safe. I went to Mérida, Valladolid, Chichen itza, Izamal, Bacalar, tulum, Cancún, rio lagartos/pink lakes, ek balam, and a bunch of cenotes
I traveled solo to Mexico and felt super safe. The metro is great and the have female only sections. And there's loads female cops around too if you ever need to report something. I was in Mecico City, Oaxaca, Teotihicuan and Tepoztlan. I felt pretty safe traveling solo, living in hostels, hitting up museums all the while speaking broken spanish.
I travelled México alone for 1.5 months in April-May and I had the best time. I took basic precautions and didn't feel unsafe once. I went to Mexico City, Oaxca, Guadalajara, San Cristobal de Las Cases, Tequila, Playa del Carmen, Cancun, Río Lagartos, Tulum and Isla Mujeres
If you are in Cancun, try to go swim in some cenotes ( sunken caves with beautiful clear and cold water). There are many in the area. Also I would recommend a trip to Chichen itza ( Mayan pyramid). In Tulum, there is a whole Mayan city. Very interesting. I stayed in Tulum, it’s about 90 minutes by car from Cancun- it’s the most beautiful place and the hotel villas on the beach were all amazing. I felt very safe in the tourist areas but I would not recommend going into the other neighborhoods especially if you are a solo female traveler. ( I did because I am very curious- I saw terrible poverty, dirt and lots of garbage on the streets. ) Mexico is amazing and very colorful. I am going back very soon.
One tip for Mexico- drink bottled water only- even to brush your teeth. Travelers often get diarrhea otherwise. Eat all the local food- tacos pastor is a favorite. People mostly speak enough English in Cancun due to all the USA tourists. Crime is only a problem if you’re out late in non tourist places, same as every other major city in the world. Many great places to stay.
Yes, Mexico is generally safe for solo female travelers. However, it is important to take the same precautions as you would in any other country. Be aware of your surroundings, avoid walking alone at night, and keep your valuables secure.
Yes, Mexico is a great destination for solo travelers. Mexico is a safe and welcoming country with a rich culture and plenty of attractions to explore. Mexico has a variety of activities to suit all types of travelers, from beach resorts to ancient ruins, and from vibrant cities to stunning natural landscapes.
Mexico can be an affordable destination for solo travelers. Accommodation, food, and transportation are generally quite affordable, and there are plenty of budget-friendly activities to enjoy. However, prices can vary depending on the region and type of activity.
Generally, the best time to visit Mexico is during the winter months of December through February, when temperatures are mild and the crowds are smaller. However, if you are looking for a beach vacation, the best time to visit Mexico is during the summer months of June through August, when temperatures are hot and the beaches are at their best.
Spanish is the official language of Mexico, although English is widely spoken in tourist areas.
The Mexican Peso (MXN) is the official currency of Mexico.
Vaccinations are not required for entry into Mexico, but it is recommended that travelers be up to date on routine vaccinations.
Mexico is generally safe for travelers, but it is important to exercise caution and be aware of your surroundings.
Mexico has a tropical climate with hot and humid summers and mild winters.
Mexico has an extensive public transportation system, including buses, trains, and taxis.
Mexico has a wide range of accommodation options, from budget hostels to luxury resorts.
Mexican cuisine is known for its flavorful dishes, such as tacos, enchiladas, and quesadillas.
Mexico can be a safe place to travel alone, but it is important to take precautions and be aware of your surroundings. Be sure to research the areas you plan to visit and avoid traveling alone at night. It is also important to be aware of local laws and customs, and to be aware of your personal safety.
Playa del Carmen
Riviera Maya & the Yucatan