I’ll never forget the kindness of a local on my first solo trip. Solo travelers share their stories of strangers helping strangers.
Travel beyond your comfort zone to your emotional and intellectual stretch zone. Travel to see the world and home anew.
Kerwin McKenzie, airline industry insider, travel expert, author, and speaker talks about his love of aviation and air travel today.
When considering traveling solo for the first time, sometimes what you need is support, encouragement, and tips from seasoned solo travelers.
Check out our new searchable trips page for no or low single supplement options and a chance to win a great prize!
Camping solo is one of the most relaxing trips you can take. Here’s a comparison of RV and tent camping along with tips for safety and enjoying yourself.
Want to go out at night when you travel solo but feel a bit intimidated? Here are lots of tips to help you enjoy going to a bar alone.
Solo hiking requires a bit more thought. Here’s what you need to know to hike alone plus tips for packing, gear, and great destinations.
Kristina Liu, author of “The Inside Out Journey: An Elusive Search for Self Across Three Continents,” talks about travel and transformation.
After almost 13 years of providing solo travel information, inspiration, and advocacy, it’s time for us to move in a different direction.
A collection of solo travel quotes, with thoughts about how they apply to travelers, questions they raise, and inspiration they provide.
Ocean cruises for solo travelers, ones that treat solos fairly price-wise, are hard to find. Here are some good options and tips for saving.
North American destinations for poetry lovers listed state by state and province by province. Feed your soul with these poetry destinations.
If you’re looking to travel in March and April but not into a big party scene, here are some off-the-beaten-path spring break destinations to consider.
Explore the joys of slow solo travel. Here’s what it is, three fun slow travel stories, and tips for your own slow travel experiences.
Jill Collins has completed more than 30 home swaps since 2008, in countries all over the world. She says it is a life-changing way to travel.
Spontaneous travel is truly possible when you travel solo. Make it happen with the right attitude and the right tools.
What to pack? What travel gear should you take and what should you leave behind? Here’s what your fellow solo travelers have to say.
Understanding your family history is about understanding you. Here’s your guide to ancestry travel and your family heritage.
All-inclusive resorts are for solo travelers too! Here are tips for making the most of your vacation when going to a resort alone.