5 STEPS TO SOLO TRAVEL

“This book is for the 47 to 74-year-old female who is going it alone or has had a life change, such as retiring, relocating, divorcing or becoming a widow,” says Dr. Travelbest.

5 STEPS
TO SOLO TRAVEL

“This book is for the 47 to 74-year-old female who is going it alone or has had a life change, such as retiring, relocating, divorcing or becoming a widow,” says Dr. Travelbest. 

5 Steps to Solo Travel:

A Woman's Guide to Travel in Her Prime with
Dr Mary Travelbest

Explore together or solo

Discover the most engaging places

Exploration

This book explores why women travel solo.

Adventures

Some people traveled because they love adventure.

Equipment

Your equipment will be only what you need.

Book Part A Is Available

This book is to help women travel best.

Women just don’t travel enough. If you agree, that’s because either you are a woman or you are a traveler who notices that Dr Travelbest writes For Active Women in Mid Life Who need to get going and see the world with or without a friend….Part B available soon.

Book Part B Is Comming Soon...

This book is to help women travel best.

Women just don’t travel enough. If you agree, that’s because either you are a woman or you are a traveler who notices that Dr Travelbest writes For Active Women in Mid Life Who need to get going and see the world with or without a friend….Part B available soon.

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Hi there, I am Dr. Travelbest. I am a traveler and I love to guide women on their adventures.

Dr. Travelbest is a 30-year tradition of helping others, and will be carried forth by daughter Christina Shubat (Dr. Travelbest), and for possible generations to come.

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Danger: This book will make you want to go places. Do not read it if you plan to stay home.

Dr. Travelbest wrote the World’s First Guide to Independent Travel and published as a world travel guide in 1993. She sold more than 10,000 copies, directly through direct marketing channels and events.

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The original book sold 10,000 copies (1993+) and now launched is 5 Steps to Solo Travel: A Woman’s Guide to Travel in Her Prime

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Terrific Travel Guide for Anyone, Single or not!

Rated 5 out of 5
September 13, 2022

I am a best-selling author, teacher and consultant. I have known Dr. Travelbest for about 20 years now. She is a very experienced traveler and really knows her material. I also was once divorced and remember the pain of having a person you once loved and trusted telling you why they no longer wanted you as a life partner.

Chris Stiehl

Covers most anything that can happen....

Rated 5 out of 5
September 13, 2022

No matter how much you’ve traveled, or whether you’re man or woman, this book is a great ‘reminder’ reference!! I found it SO helpful to remind me of ALL the things I need to consider when traveling. This includes everything from helpful photography hints, time management suggestions, medical considerations, local flora and fauna tips, to personal documents and travel management scenarios. There’s a huge wealth of knowledge here that’s so useful when planning for and taking trips!! Much of this is also applicable for business travelers.

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Dr. Mary Beth

“This book is for the 47 to 74-year-old female who is going it alone or has had a life change, such as retiring, relocating, divorcing or becoming a widow,” says Dr. Travelbest. “The key to its success is the 5 steps to take in order or jump in at every step, so she can choose her own journey, and be guided on solo planning, packing, health, and safety. It’s been road-tested by women from eight regions around the world.”

About the Book 

About the Book

The book was written to help women with independent travel. At the time of the first publication, there were no other books about “Independent Travel.” Now in the 2020’s we are covering new tools for travel, and new ways to connect with other while on the journey.

 

This will guide you to new place and meeting new people who are just waiting to see you, but don’t know it!

ABOUT THE AUTHORS

Dr. Travelbest wrote the World’s First Guide to Independent Travel and published as a world travel guide in 1993. She sold more than 10,000 copies, directly through direct marketing channels and events. She knows her audience better than anyone, having encouraged these readers and pass along readers to travel and share their stories. Since that publication, more than 100 million miles (10k miles per person conservatively) have been recorded directly by people who have read her book, going places on planes, trains, autos, bikes, and on foot.

Dr. Travelbest is a pseudonym because Dr. Mary Beth McCabe was not sounding like a travel book author. The tradition will be carried forth by her daughter, Ms. Christina Shubat (Ms. Travelbest), and for possible generations to come.

 

Dr. McCabe is a Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) in marketing from a globally focused university and has owned her Marketing and Media agency for decades, serving Fortune 500 companies  with cross cultural marketing and digital strategies.

5 Steps to Solo Travel

Do not read it if you plan to stay home.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Point Loma Nazarene University marketing professor Dr. Mary Beth McCabe has written a new book about her other passion of traveling by herself.

 

“5 Steps to Solo Travel, A Woman’s Guide to Travel in Her Prime, Part A,” released last month, has been ranked as high as #4 on Amazon’s “solo travel” category. McCabe uses Dr. Mary Travelbest as her pen name.

According to McCabe, the 174-page guidebook is targeted for the 47-to-74year-old woman who has experienced a life change, such as retiring, relocating, divorcing or becoming a widow. “The key to success for a woman traveling alone is to take the book’s five steps in order. She needs to jump-in at every step so she can choose her own unique journey,” McCabe said.

 

“Whether a woman travels by plane, bus, train, bicycle, foot or wheelchair, solo travel is essentially a confidence builder for anyone who feels stuck. Women need to travel in their prime while they still have the ability.”

The five steps include start with an overnight stay close to home, followed by visiting a nearby state, then traveling to multiple U.S. states before traveling overseas to an Englishspeaking country and, finally, traveling to a non-native country to learn about another culture.

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