Solo travel planning takes some attention to details. Here’s your checklist, on trend for 2023, with jumps to in-depth information.
Travel alone and you travel on your terms. Here’s the ultimate guide with resources, tips, and advice to help you travel solo and love it.
Spontaneous travel is truly possible when you travel solo. Here’s how to book a spontaneous trip, both independently or on a group/cruise.
Water destinations are some of the most relaxing places to travel alone. Here are some great options for a solo beach vacation.
Solo winter road trip tips for planning, packing, and preparing your car, driving in challenging conditions, and enjoying the ride.
Repositioning cruises can be a great deal. It’s important to understand why, what you get and what solo on a repositioning cruise is like.
The special reasons it’s great for women to travel alone, plus top advice from Janice and Tracey who both travel solo, but quite differently.
One of the greatest things about travel is the people along the way. Here are tips to help you meet people while traveling solo.
The 2023 Solo Traveler Reader Survey results are in! Here’s what our survey of solo travelers reveals about why, how, and where you travel.
Travel is more expensive than ever. Here are 14 realistic ways to make money as you travel, whether long-term or short.
For solo travel introverts or shy solo travelers, heading out on your own can be a little intimidating. Here are tips to make it great.
Our primary reason for traveling is often to discover a destination. Sometimes, we solo travel for healing from loss or grief.
For Cybersecurity Awareness Month, we interview two experts to find out what you need to know now about cybersecurity and solo travel.
It’s not weird. As long as it’s the right bar, it’s safe. Do it right and you can go to a bar alone and have a great time.
Which currency to choose when making a purchase in another country? The right answer will save you money. The wrong answer will cost you.
Here’s how to prep your home for vacation, including security of your belongings, saving money, and an easy transition when you return.
Limoncello, Fior di Latte, the Path of the Gods, and infinite views greeted King while walking on the Amalfi Coast.
Long term and frequent travelers can experience travel fatigue or burnout. Here’s how to regain your enthusiasm for what you love.
Solo travel for self-care can take many forms. Janice shares a few options people might not think of and her surprising preference.
This guide to solo travel in your 20s delivers the why, where and how of solo travel. It’s different than solo travel in any other decade.
Where to stay, where to eat, how to get around, and things to see and do when you solo travel London on a budget.
How do you get past the fear of a first solo trip? Know your “why”. Use this guide. And take inspiration from these first solo trip stories.