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.
There’s not a lot out there specifically on male solo travel, so I asked the men of the Solo Travel Society: What is your primary reason for traveling solo?
Long-term solo travel can be a real challenge. Where to go. How to pack. Budgeting. Packing. Managing your money. Loneliness! There’s a lot to consider.
Last minute jitters about solo travel? Here are 10 ways to find solo travel confidence when you feel it waning.
Solo Traveler is turning 10-and we’ve got a gift for you! One lucky solo traveler will win a fabulous trip from Adventure Canada. Our biggest giveaway ever!
When I was unexpectedly asked, “Why do you travel?” I consulted the Solo Travel Society for their thoughts. Here are the themes that emerged.
Going to the spa solo is a fabulous experience. Here are a few water treatments I’ve experience solo in Canada, Japan and Jordan.
How do you get that lounge luxury when you fly economy? Here are 5 tips for getting cheap access to airport lounges.
I’m frequently asked: Do I need travel insurance? My answer is yes. But I also offer you the thoughts of 6 bloggers from 6 different countries.
Traveling solo is a wonderful experience but you, alone, are responsible for your safety. Here are over 40 travel and money mistakes and how to avoid them.
What are your travel passions? Whether it’s food & wine, adventure, health, ideas, or creativity, we have destinations and recommendations for you to enjoy.
As the year drew to a close, I asked the Solo Travel Society, “What are your best solo travel memories of 2018?” Here’s what they had to say.
Embrace winter. Enjoy the unique activities that cold weather offers. Whether it’s city or nature travel you live, here are your winter solo travel tips.
Solo travel can help us understand the true desires of our hearts and souls. Two authors share their perspectives on solo travel as a spiritual journey.
After fits and starts learning French I tried Babbel. 15 minutes a day over time really works. Here’s my experience.
To start the new year we have compiled for you the top solo travel posts of 2018 and the most popular solo travel posts of all time on Solo Traveler.
I’ve scoured many lists of budget destination recommendations and come up with a shortlist of top destinations for safe, budget solo travel in 2019.
Take a moment to recognize the truly remarkable, the really valuable, even if it’s free. A child can do it. So can you.
So you’re planning to travel alone. Here are the keys to great solo travel trip planning plus plenty of convenient resources.
Enjoy this collection of the best solo travel quotes, with thoughts about how they apply to travelers, questions they raise, and inspiration they provide.