There are four obstacles that tend to get in the way for people who want to travel solo. Here they are and thoughts on how to get past them.
Some lucky solo traveler will win a fabulous giveaway from On the Go Tours and Solo Traveler. You have five chances to enter. Good luck!
This photo of the Andes Mountains was shared with us by a member of the Solo Travel Society who visited the Altiplano in Peru.
Some trips are more demanding than others. Physical training for travel can be very helpful. Here’s my plan to get into shape for walking and cycling trips.
Chautauqua is a great summer destination for relaxation, learning, and fun. Your first time can be confusing. Here’s how to Chautauqua successfully.
This Solo Travel Society member found that her desire to travel to Norway and sit on the edge of Preikestolen was stronger than her fear of traveling solo.
Explore the joys of taking it slow and solo as you travel from the pleasure of anticipation to seeing your destination in greater detail to taking it all home with you.
We all want to travel. We all have limitations. Here’s how to plan your travels around them.
Long-term solo travel can be a real challenge. Loneliness! Feeling unsettled! Learn how to explore the world at will and keep it together too.
I think that talking to strangers is one of the most enjoyable aspects of traveling solo. Here are 5 tips to get the conversation going and keep it rolling.
This colorful photo of a shaman on spectacular Lake Titicaca was submitted by a member of the Solo Travel Society who traveled to Bolivia.
Solo Travel to the United States of America: tips and advice that will get you there, get you around, and help you get the most out of your stay.
Here’s my 3-day, solo itinerary for Kyoto. I found the transit to be easy. Entrance to the major sights free. And a few off-the-beaten-path options you’ll love.
Rajasthan is a majestic and colorful state with many layers of historic and cultural significance, says this Solo Travel Society member who had the time of her life on this trip.
Solo Traveler is as much about life as it is about travel. This is because solo travel can make us better at life. It encourages us to practice three essential life skills.
Looking for a tour, cruise, or resort with no single supplement? That’s what solo travelers want. Here are 10 tips to help you get it.
High in the Andes Mountains of Peru, a Solo Travel Society member took this photo of the village of Ollantaytambo in the Sacred Valley of the Incas.
Hostels are great for the young and the young at heart. In other words, people of all ages. Here’s how to choose the right hostel and why people 50+ love hostels.
We all want to save on flights and solo travelers have an advantage. Here’s how to get more, pay less, and even make money for future travel.
This Solo Travel Society member says Bocas del Toro is a destination that grows on you. She appreciated its quirks and had a fabulous time.