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There has been a spike in the interest surrounding solo-women travel in the recent years. Women are exploring destinations (and themselves) more than ever and going solo seems to give flight to this freedom. Los Angeles is one of the best places for solo women travelers on the planet. As we gear up for Women’s Day 2018, here’s a look at some amazing things to do for solo women travelers in Los Angeles, the city of stars. Also Read - YouTuber Leaves Handwritten Note After Scratching Neighbour's Car, Resident's Response is Winning Hearts



Islands in the Stream

Catalina

Catalina

What’s more refreshing than heading off to a secluded island? Catalina may not exactly be secluded, but the island has adventure written all over it. From ocean-view hikes, kayaking and plenty of bed and breakfasts, this quaint island is a nice getaway without being too inconvenient or expensive. See some whales, eat a taco, introspect and remember that life can be beautiful and perfect sometimes too. Also Read - Trending News Today March 02, 2020: Oprah Winfrey's Stage Fall Makes Her Pull a Michelle Obama, Cracks up Fans With 'Meme' Comparison



Skyslide into love (with yourself)!

With 360-degree views from the tallest open-air observation deck in California and the thrill of an outdoor glass slide nearly 1,000 feet above downtown Los Angeles, it is no wonder that Forbes named it one of the 16 “Coolest Things to Do in Los Angeles” in 2016. The experience and excitement of this adventurous ride is sure to stay with you. ALSO SEE Best Things to Do in South Africa for Solo Women Travelers

Horsebacking to new heights

Hollywood

Nothing like taking a horseback ride up mount Hollywood by yourself to enjoy the sunset and a panoramic view of the city. Sunset Ranch provides guided tours through the hills of Griffith Park; from this 5,000 acre park in the heart of Los Angeles the renowned HOLLYWOOD sign, Griffith Observatory and Downtown Los Angeles can be viewed.On a clear day you may even get a glimpse of the Pacific Oceanand the San Fernando Valley. So if you are looking for some me-time, nothing like doing it when the sun is setting with a margarita in your hand and the view absolutely perfect!

Go Camping

Malibu Creek state park

View from Malibu Creek State Park

Los Angeles is surrounded by mountains on three sides and by the ocean on other – which means easy access to nature and camping a short distance from the city! Malibu Creek State Park features camping hiking, fishing, bird watching, mountain biking, rock climbing and horseback riding opportunities and is a popular destination for campers and hikers who want to experience the beauty of mountains and canyons. With over 8,000 acres of rolling tallgrass plains, oak savannahs and dramatic peaks, it is no wonder many call it “The Yosemite of Southern California”. This venture in the L.A. outdoors is sure to stay with you! DO SEE A Guide to the Most Instagrammable Locations in Los Angeles

Stroll Through Botanical Gardens

Huntington Gardens

With stunning flora and fauna, perfectly-shaded benches that provide perfect private moments, and an elegant Japanese pavilion to explore, Huntington Gardens is the perfect spot to stroll. Adding to the beauty of this landscaped location are several outdoor sculpture gardens, and a variety of indoor galleries packed with classical art. Descanso Gardens are another excellent choice for a stroll, if the weather is warm – the spring lilacs may bloom early!

The city of stars is indeed shining just for you.