Fewer tourists. Better travel experiences. There are lots of reasons to travel solo off the beaten path. Here are you tips for how to do it well.
You want the best travel experience. You don’t want the crowds. Here’s a backgrounder on overtourism and how and where to travel to avoid the crowds.
I love a solo road trip. However a winter road trip alone comes with its own unique challenges and issues. Here are the tips you need to know.
While travel disasters make great stories they are no fun to live through. Here’s solid advice on avoiding problems and what to do if they arise.
This list may inspire a gift for a traveler you know. Or share it with family/friends and point out something you’d like. Or how about a gift to yourself!
Here are our best solo travel tips for newbies. This essential guide is a shortcut to the info you need plus tips from the Solo Travel Society.
Here are solo travel tips for snowbirds. Advice and a checklist for managing your finances, insurance, your home and more while you travel south.
Here’s some great advice on how to travel alone without being lonely. How to meet people as you go whether it’s for a coffee, dinner, or more.
After six months of anticipation, the results are now in. Here are the winners and runners-up of the first Annual Solo Travel Awards.
Banff is a spectacular destination. However, it’s crowded with tourists, especially on weekends. Here are 7 things to do to avoid the crowds.
Solo travel is most definitely for boomers. A myriad of new experiences await. Here’s why, where and how to travel solo as a boomer.
About an hour outside of Paris is Monet’s Gardens, a day-trip well-worth taking whether you like gardens, art or simply want a break from the city.
I like to keep travel simple and the experience rich. Here are my go-to travel apps that save money and make travel easier.
Want to meet people, uncover local gems and stay fit as you travel? Whether you travel solo to run or like to run when you travel solo, here’s how to do it.
Packing lists are the key to packing light. Most people have trouble with this but, in my opinion, it’s an important skill for the solo traveler. Here’s how to do it.
I’m often interviewed by the media and the questions are about solo travel basics. Here are the answers to the frequently asked questions on solo travel.
Here’s my 12-day luxury / budget itinerary for Western Canada with costs plus my top 12 things to see and do in western Alberta and British Columbia.
Here’s a photo guide to what you’ll see in Split, a great city to visit and a ferry departure point for Italy.
Hostels are for people of any age. No one is too old. Here’s what it’s like to stay at a hostel, the basics of hostel etiquette and some packing tips.
House-sitting can be a great option for solo travelers. Here are some tips for doing it successfully.