This Solo Travel Society member recommends a road trip on the North Coast 500 to anyone who loves nature and remote places with a bit of a rough spirit.
Meeting locals is one of the best ways to really dig deep into a culture as you travel. Here are 10 ways to make that local connection.
Backpacking solo is about the most exciting type of travel you can do. Here’s how to plan your trip, buy your backpack, pack it and more.
Blue skies and white carriages were a part of what this Solo Travel Society member described as a perfect day in Krakow, Poland.
China is fascinating and challenging. Here are 32+ tips on how to thrive in China’s culture, how to get around, how to stay healthy and more.
I loved the onsens of Japan but before going I was a little confused. Here’s your guide to enjoying an onsen and a super onsen. Yes, it is super!
This Solo Travel Society member says that all her previous travel experiences combined could not compare with 3 fascinating days spent in Salar de Uyuni.
Relaxing, people watching, excitement, love: if you can get past the annoying parts, there are definitely some reasons to love airports.
32 travel tips for first-timers to Japan. Tips to make your Japan trip easier including how to navigate the trains and metro, where to stay and what to eat.
While walking along the beach in Dahab, Egypt, a Solo Travel Society member was invited to morning tea by friendly local Bedouins.
Respecting local cultures, customs, and laws is fundamental to personal safety when traveling. Here are 8 tips to help you be respectful even if you don’t know the nuances of the country’s customs.
Hiking solo is peaceful, relaxing and rejuvenating. Here are my tips on gear, training for your hike, hiking safety and some fabulous hiking destinations.
Planning a trip to Spain? Here is a short but sweet recommendation for Torrox as a solo travel destination, courtesy of a Solo Travel Society member.
Why do we visit sad places when we travel? To remember? To honor? To celebrate? I believe it’s for all these reasons plus one more.
From managing your money and documents to buying travel insurance, this post covers all the basics you want to consider to be safe as you travel solo.
“A horrifying place, but important to see and understand,” says a Solo Travel Society member of the photo he took at Auschwitz-Birkenau.
Solo in Japan. Yes, that’s where I’m going and I’m excited. Here’s my trip planning process including my favorite resources, itinerary and budget.
All-inclusive resorts are for solo travelers too! Use these tips to get the most of your resort vacation alone whether you want a bit of R&R or a lot of fun!
Looking for sun, relaxation, and adventure after an illness, this Solo Travel Society found all that and more on Sal Island in Cape Verde.
Is solo travel safe? Yes, if you know how. Here are 50+ solo travel safety tips for planning and enjoying a great trip alone.