Freedom. Independence. Personal growth. Here are the top three reasons given by experienced travelers for why we love solo travel.
Strolling along the weeping willow-lined canal, visiting historical buildings, and admiring the wisteria are recommended ways to enjoy charming Kurashiki.
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Enjoy these United States photos, all taken by members of the Solo Travel Society and readers of Solo Traveler while exploring the country.
Here’s what solo travelers should look for in travel insurance including the one benefit that’s most important for those of us who travel alone.
Here’s a new Solo Traveler Showdown! A three-day poll to determine the best nature destinations for solo travelers. Not scientific. Just a bit of fun.
If you enjoy experiencing art in rural villages surrounded by beautiful scenery, this solo traveler says the Setouchi Islands are perfect destinations.
Your safety is the #1 priority when you travel alone. These are the 5 fundamental solo travel safety principles upon which all of our advice is based.
This solo traveler enjoyed exploring Miyajima, visiting Itsukushima Shrine, strolling through Momijidani Park, and dining in a wisteria-cloaked teahouse.
Here are 16 of the best poems about travel. Some raise questions, others share the joy of travel, and still others remind us not to take it for granted.
This Solo Travel Society member rented a car and explored six of the Faroe Islands over the course of a week, encoountering beauty around every corner.
Travel doesn’t always go according to plan. Here are some of the solo travel bloopers Janice and I have experienced, the stories we tell our friends.
Here’s the new Solo Traveler Showdown! A three-day poll to determine the top reasons you love traveling solo. Not scientific. Hopefully a bit of fun.
Enjoy these Norway photos, all contributed by members of the Solo Travel Society and readers of Solo Traveler who took them while exploring the country.
Spectacular views are more than just something beautiful to look at. They help the muscles in your eyes relax. Here are some great places to do that.
As life changes so can the when, why and how of your travels. Is it time for a solo travel makeover? Here are five questions to consider.
When considering traveling solo for the first time, sometimes what you need is the support and encouragement of those who have been there.
Here’s the new Solo Traveler Showdown. A three day poll to determine your solo dream destinations. Not scientific. Hopefully a bit of fun.
Enjoy these Morocco photos, all contributed by members of the Solo Travel Society and readers of Solo Traveler who took them while exploring the country.
A solo traveler shares her story of walking the Camino Frances route of El Camino de Santiago and what she learned over 800 km and 37 days.