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.
The future of travel technology is bright. There are new tools hitting the market all the time. Here are a few travel startups that I think have potential.
Ah, the open road. Taking a long road trip is fun but doing so alone requires a bit of planning. Here are the tips you need to know.
Solo travel for personal growth: as you travel alone, being totally responsible for yourself, you will discover just how capable you are.
Password management for travel is really important. Secure, safe and easy to use, this is the tool I use while traveling and at home.
Cycling is a great way to experience a destination. Here’s what you need to know about bike tours including tips for organized and self-guided bike trips.
Solo travelers can enjoy hiking too. Here are 13 safe and easy hiking destinations covering Europe, the UK, North America, Austalia, Chile, and more.
There are many decisions to make about a trip and this list of solo travel checklists is here to make sure that you don’t miss any.
A Solo Travel Society member shares a photo of her version of the perfect start to a day of solo travel: perusing a map over coffee.
Nominations are now being accepted for the 3rd Annual Solo Travel Awards. Travel companies, it’s time to nominate your tours or cruises for an award!
Inspired by KT Tunstall’s song, “Suddenly I See,” here is a tribute to the amazing Evelyn Hannon, whose face truly was “a map of the world.”
It’s our 10th Anniversary this week. Happy Anniversary to all of us and thank you for being a part of the Solo Traveler Community!
Traveling with medications takes a bit of thought. Here’s how to carry, buy and manage medications, including schedules, while traveling.
Do you want to plan your solo holiday around a theme? Here are 12 themes that will make your solo adventures all the more enjoyable.
What can a solo traveler do at night? There are many options, some that are social and some that make alone time special.
Should I travel solo? Can I do it? Do I want to travel alone? What do I need to know to travel by myself? This post answers all these questions.
A bit of research can really pay off for solo travelers who enjoy the culinary side of their trips. Here are my best tips for food and wine travel planning.
You can always save a bit here and a bit there on travel. But you can really SAVE on shoulder season travel. Here are our top tips.
There are safe and not quite so safe ways to find a travel partner. Here are my concerns, safety advice and suggestions for finding a travel companion.
Here’s a guide to over 20 posts on saving money for and while traveling solo. Go for it. Cheap solo travel means more solo travel.