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The Morning Standard|November 29, 2021
THE joy of solo travelling is an adventure. Exploring faraway lands alone helps one open up to a multitude of experiences.
ANJANI CHADHA

THE joy of solo travelling is an adventure. Exploring faraway lands alone helps one open up to a multitude of experiences. The decision to travel solo, however, comes with a lot of hesitancy and reluctance for women. Keeping this in mind, Rashmi Chadha, a Delhi-based travel entrepreneur launched Wovoyage—a company that aims to make travel easy for women.

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