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- ByFodor's Travel10 Reasons Bali Is Ideal for Solo Women TravelersSolo woman travel is on the rise. Traveling alone is a paradox because we do it to connect— to ourselves, to nature, and to the loving and unseen forces of the universe. There’s no better place for that than the Island of the Gods, known by solo woman adventurers as Mama Bali. The Balinese believe that Bali is the center of the universe, and if you agree with the idea that the Earth is a healing planet, you might be inclined to agree with them.7 items