Buenos Aires is a great place for solo travelers. The most sophisticated city in South America has plenty of culture to absorb. Don’t forget your dancing shoes!
After seeing no elephants on a safari in Botswana, this solo traveler encounters one on the road outside Chobe National Park-right beside the advertising billboard!
This solo traveler fulfilled a long-time wish to visit Australia, and discovered beauty, ghosts and new friends in Sydney.
A Solo Travel Society member shares this photo of the imposing beauty of the Perito Moreno glacier in Argentina.
According to this solo traveler, those who think Tokyo is not a good bet for traveling alone have it all wrong.
Destroyed by a cyclone in 1964, Dhanushkodi is now a ghost town. This solo traveler captured the beauty of a deserted building near the former train station.
Summer break is the perfect time for students to give solo travel a try. Here are ten great reasons to make the case for solo student travel .
After many years of traveling with a partner, Matt takes a solo trip to Jerusalem and is reminded of the unique opportunities that solo travel offers.
This solo traveler made the long trek to Lake Mansarovar, Tibet. At over 4,500 m, he captured the beauty of this sacred lake in the evening light.
Kanchanaburi, Thailand: home of the Bridge Over the River Kwai. Tourists flock to the bridge, but our solo traveler finds other interesting things to do.
A Solo Travel Society member captured a lovely shot of gondolas passing under the Ponte di Rialto in Venice, Italy. Very romantic!
As the sun rises over the Andes, steam billows from the geysers of El Tatio in northern Chile.
This solo traveler in India captured the elaborate murals gracing the walls at Meenakshi Temple in the holy city of Madurai in Tamil Nadu.
This solo traveler stumbled upon an image of Jesus while in France: projected several stories high onto Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris.
In the Quiver Tree Forest near Keetmanshoop, Namibia, a solo traveler stopped to stare…and her subject stared right back.
The Pic of the Week is drawn from photos submitted to the Solo Travel Society Facebook Group, providing an opportunity for solo travelers to share with us a favourite photo from their travels. This week’s pic by Solo Travel Society member Pat was taken in the Serengeti in Kenya. Last updated: 12th January, 2011
Spending a weekend in the Phi Phi Islands of Thailand, this solo traveler marvels at the scenery, fights off a monkey, and enjoys the ultimate beach experience of her trip.
In the Tamil language, Kodaikanal means “The Gift of the Forest”. In this tranquil, misty shot it is easy to see why.
Trudging up 463 steps may not sound like solo travel fun. But when a view like this appears, it makes it all worthwhile.
Wild Camping? Nudism? Not on this beach!