I like to keep travel simple and the experience rich. Here are my go-to travel apps that save money and make travel easier.
Want to meet people, uncover local gems and stay fit as you travel? Whether you travel solo to run or like to run when you travel solo, here’s how to do it.
Rush hour can take different forms in different places. Here’s what it looks like on Inishbofin Island, according to Solo Travel Society member Lisa.
Small towns can offer great big experiences. That’s what I found in Prince Rupert, British Columbia. Here are my top tips for Prince Rupert.
To find out where to eat in any destination, ask a local. Solo Travel society member Jessica shares her picks for the best food in St. John’s, Newfoundland.
Packing lists are the key to packing light. Most people have trouble with this but, in my opinion, it’s an important skill for the solo traveler. Here’s how to do it.
A Solo Travel Society member shares the joy of a solo walking holiday on the Isle of Wight. She enjoyed it so much, she’s now planning one in the Cotswolds!
I’m often interviewed by the media and the questions are about solo travel basics. Here are the answers to the frequently asked questions on solo travel.
Here’s my 12-day luxury / budget itinerary for Western Canada with costs plus my top 12 things to see and do in western Alberta and British Columbia.
This photo of the turquoise waters of Tibet’s sacred Yamdrok Lake was contributed by a member of the Solo Travel Society.
Here’s a photo guide to what you’ll see in Split, a great city to visit and a ferry departure point for Italy.
Hostels are for people of any age. No one is too old. Here’s what it’s like to stay at a hostel, the basics of hostel etiquette and some packing tips.
House-sitting can be a great option for solo travelers. Here are some tips for doing it successfully.
In this week’s featured photo, a traveler explores the fascinating formations in Alberta’s Dinosaur Provincial Park in the Canadian Badlands.