Quebec City in February. Here’s a taste of the famous Carnival and my best advice for cold weather packing.
Lots of tips on how to manage your money, keep your cash and cards safe and avoid ATM and foreign exchange fees as you travel.
Last minute jitters about solo travel? Here are 10 ways to find solo travel confidence when you feel it waning.
Here are winning and losing destinations based on currency trends PLUS 5 top tips you need to know for saving as you exchange your money.
After decades of travel and flying I’ve found a number of ways to make flying easy – or perhaps, easier. These are especially helpful for a solo traveler.
More for less. That’s what everyone wants. Whether your travel budget allows luxury or not, here are 32 ways to stretch your travel dollar.
Here are tips to protect your home, your credit rating, the validity of your house insurance and your bank account from unnecessary expenses as you travel.
Two practical approaches–one based on destination, the other on your absolute need to travel no matter what–plus a spreadsheet for your solo travel budget.
There are discoveries to be made both on and off The Ghan, Australia’s iconic train journey. Here is a look at a 4-day trip, including off-train excursions.
Are you a curious person? Do you love the learning side of travel? Then have a read on what, where, how, and who travels to learn.
Looking for breathing space? A bit of freedom? A car and an open road will deliver. Here are the best solo road trips – all have been Solo Traveler tested.
I’ve scoured the lists of budget destinations recommended by other sites and come up with a shortlist of my top destinations for budget solo travel in 2017.
There are countless ways to save on travel but you also need to protect your investment. Here’s your guide to our best tips on protecting your travel money.
Here’s your guide to saving money as you travel. It’s part 4 of our 5 part series on money-saving travel advice.
Affordable luxury is the focus of Part 3 of our 5 part series on how to save on travel and spend your travel dollars better.
Some of us travel on a tight budget as a matter of choice. Others as a matter of necessity. Whichever your reason here’s your best budget travel advice
Save up for travel and plan to save as you travel. Here’s your guide to our best before-you-go money-saving travel advice.
One post directing you to many. Here are links to the top solo travel posts of 2014 and the top solo travel posts of all time on Solo Traveler.
I hate wasting money. But it happens. Ignoring some minor indulgences, here are the ways I could have spent my travel dollar better in 2016.
Join me as I explore the food of Wales by taking a food walk, dining at a Michelin Star restaurant, and diving into a cooking class.