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sarah l travels,

a resource for solo female travelers, social butterfly wanderers, points hackers, bookworms with wanderlust, dwellers of any airplane seat, train travel lovers, and every girl in-between.

Find what you need every step of the way, from initial inspo to wheels up!

Welcome!

Sarah L. Travels is a resource for solo female travelers, social butterfly wanderers, points hackers, bookworms with wanderlust, dwellers of any airplane seat, train travel lovers, and every girl in-between.

Find what you need every step of the way, from initial inspo to wheels up!

find your adventure

Girl in blue coat at the Grand Place in Brussels

Solo Female Travel

Vegan dark chocolate gelato in Pisa, Italy

Vegan Travel

Closeup of mosiacs at Parc Guell in Barcelona

Study Abroad

Angkor statues in background with computer in foreground

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hi, i’m sarah

 I’m a writer and budding entrepreneur with a love for caffeine, capital gains, and seeing the world.

 I took my first international trip when I was 19. I’d never even been on a plane or inside an airport (!), and I was all alone. Oh, and did I mention I was going to Costa Rica for a MONTH?

One trip is all it took. I was hooked.

20+ countries later, traveling has impacted who I am and who I’ll be forever.

I wholeheartedly believe that travel can change us for the better, if we’re brave enough to let it.

Let’s be brave together.

where i’ve been

COUNTRIES

CONTINENTS

CUPS OF COFFEE

BLOG POSTS

Click on any of the countries highlighted in purple to read posts about traveling there!

tips for your trip

Plane wing at sunrise

My Favorite Travel Companies

Grey backpack with blue water bottle

Packing Tips

Book cover collage

Book List

Amsterdam Hotelboat

Where to Stay

on the blog

Savannah to Charleston Road Trip: 6 Days in the Lowcountry

For any traveler drawn to old world elegance and history at every turn, a road trip from Savannah to Charleston may be just what your wandering soles need. Draped in Spanish Moss, cloaked in history of centuries past, and boasting a vibrant, unique culture, the...

How to Plan a Day Visit at the Biltmore Estate

For those familiar with Biltmore, it evokes a portrait of grandeur, of lives lived that most of us cannot even remotely relate to. However, it also paints a timeline of vast history in the United States as a still-existing testimony to wars, cultural moments, and...

Disney World for Adults: A Visitor Guide

Mickey ear headbands, delicious food, and rides that'll make you feel like a kid again. You'll find it all at The Happiest Place on Earth! But, what exactly is there to do in Disney World for adults that justifies the hefty price tag? In this guide I'll share with you...

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