So there you have it! Everything you need to know to get the holiday plans past the doomed groupchat talk.
The Ultimate Places across the Globe for Female Travel in 2023 offer a diverse range of destinations that cater to the needs and preferences of women seeking safe and enjoyable travel experiences. From the ethereal landscapes of Iceland to the charming coastal towns of Portugal, and from the hidden gem of Slovenia to the imperial charm of Austria, these countries provide a perfect balance of adventure, relaxation, and cultural exploration.
These countries have been ranked based on key factors such as safety, treatment towards women, travel and tourism development, availability of restaurants and hotels, and the average price of a bottle of wine. With their high scores and favourable rankings, these destinations promise unforgettable journeys filled with exploration, relaxation, and cultural immersion.
So, whether you’re planning an annual girls’ trip, a bachelorette celebration, or a solo adventure, let this guide be your companion in finding the ultimate destinations for female travel.
Pack your bags, embark on a new adventure, and create lifelong memories in these incredible places across the globe. Happy travels!
To compile the global female travel index, we first collated a list of all of the most popular travel destination by continent and population, and then analysed each on the below factors:
– Safety index – Numbeo
– Overall Treatment of Women Index – GIWPS
– Travel & Tourism Development Index – World Economic Forum
– Restaurants Per Capita – TripAdvisor
– Hotels Per Capita – Booking.com
– Average price of a bottle of wine – Numbeo
Each of the countries (that had data reported against them) were then ranked against each other for each metric, we then added the scores together to get a total score, before ranking the destinations based on this overall, final score.
As this index focuses on female travel we thought it is important that “Safety” and “Overall Treatment of Women” metrics represent 50% of the final score (25%), thus the remaining metrics collectively contributing 50%.