Travel safety expert and author of over 800 articles on the subject, Phil Sylvester, shares his top tips on traveling solo safely.
Solo travel over 50. There are so many benefits. So many reasons to do so. And so many ways to travel solo safely. Here’s a Boomer’s perspective.
Solo travel is many wonderful things. But it can also be challenging and difficult at times. Here are some expert tips for stress-free solo travel.
In spite of a less than promising start, a tall ship voyage taken by a Solo Travel Society member results in many new friends.
If luxury solo travel is your desire, the sky is the limit! Here are some tips to help you plan your luxurious dream trip.
Wondering where to enjoy the holidays alone? Our readers and other sources recommend 35 solo travel destinations for Christmas and New Year’s.
Meeting people of different cultures happens naturally as you travel, but you can also expand your horizons by meeting people of all ages.traveling solo.
Single vacations are your chance to go solo, relax and enjoy. Here’s your inspiration for fabulous solo vacations.
Some solo travelers are afraid of getting lost. These tips on how to navigate a new city will reduce that possibility and improve your sense of direction.
On the surface, house sitting sounds easy and straightforward. But to be successful you’ll want these house sitting tips for house sitters and home owners.
Travel solo and you travel to learn! Solo travelers share their insights on what they have learned about the world and themselves traveling alone.
Here’s your definitive list of the top travel apps that protect your travels, your identity, make travel easier and help you save money.
Travel in a foreign language can be a challenge but with these 10 tips you’ll get by just fine.
There are four obstacles that tend to get in the way for people who want to travel solo. Here they are and thoughts on how to get past them.
Some lucky solo traveler will win a fabulous giveaway from On the Go Tours and Solo Traveler. You have five chances to enter. Good luck!
Some trips are more demanding than others. Physical training for travel can be very helpful. Here’s my plan to get into shape for walking and cycling trips.
Explore the joys of taking it slow and solo as you travel from the pleasure of anticipation to seeing your destination in greater detail to taking it all home with you.
We all want to travel. We all have limitations. Here’s how to plan your travels around them.
Long-term solo travel can be a real challenge. Loneliness! Feeling unsettled! Learn how to explore the world at will and keep it together too.
I think that talking to strangers is one of the most enjoyable aspects of traveling solo. Here are 5 tips to get the conversation going and keep it rolling.