Female travel in the USA

Are you female planning to travel solo or with a group of female friends to the US? If you love to push out of your own comfort zone, you might be planning to tour the country all alone, but are skeptical about whether it would be safe for you to do that. These are some of the best female travel in the US destinations to satisfy the travel bug in you, as well as ensure that you can be safe and sound during and after the entire trip. If you are planning a trip, check out the best places to visit in May in the USA.

Norfolk, Virginia

This is a destination in the mid-Atlantic area and is ignored often. But it can be great for solo travel purposes. Art lovers like to walk through the neighborhood that is filled with murals and lit with a Neon glow. You can attend an opera performance or watch a comedy show or even take a tour of the Glass Wheel Studio. You may later check out the oysters in the Eastern Shore that are manually harvested or sit down to have a drink or two at the nice Todd Jurich’s Bistro bar.

Juneau, Alaska

You have to be a strong woman to go for an Alaskan tour. Get recommendations from reliable pals or try to stick only to tours that are famous. Canoe at the Glacier’s Pond located close to the city, and also enjoys biking, hiking or kayaking if you have a thing for those activities. Do remember to halt at the Pearson’s Pond Luxury Inn & Adventure Spa for a unique treatment that focuses on restorative wellness and relaxation.

Finger Lakes, New York

It is a fascinating area in upstate NY and comprises of 11 lakes as well as over 120 wineries. Go for the Firelight Camps that has many things on offer during the bonfires at night, as well as yoga sessions. You may even go for the Belhurst Castle for complimentary wine, flowing from a tap in the wall of its lobby. The comfortable Inns of Aurora, located atop the beautiful Cayuga Lake, is also worth staying in.

Bay St. Louis, Mississippi

You can go to the Bay St. Louis if you like to have an escape by the seaside. This town – located upon the water, was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina. But it has sprung back to attract tourists with its artistic vibes. Check out The French Potager and the Smith & Lens gallery. Do not miss the  Hollywood Casino Gulf Coast and restore yourself at the Spa at the Bay.

Columbus, Ohio

If you are more of a literary person, you would find places galore to visit here. There is the Columbus Museum of Art where you can check out many objects and artifacts that are a part of the artistic history of the place. Visit the Thurber House where people with a literary bent of mind like to take a tour of the former residence of James Thurber, the popular cartoonist from New York. Stay at the idyllic Hocking Hills in the countryside that has zip-lining, waterfalls, and more on offer for you.