Study Finds Women More Concerned About Safety

May 17, 2018

A recent survey focusing on women’s travel safety found that almost half of female tourists feel less safe when traveling than they did five years ago, reports Travel Pulse.

According to the findings from AIG Travel’s survey, 45 percent of female travelers felt less safe than in the past, and safety is the top priority for women when evaluating potential business and leisure destinations.

The study also found that while solo travel is gaining popularity among women, increased reports of violence or geopolitical turmoil around the world has forced female tourists to be more aware of individual security.

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