Post-pandemic solo travel will come with new challenges. Take it easy, take it slow, and fall in love with solo travel all over again.
The pandemic has changed everything. For some, it’s changed how they travel and is leading people to make the solo travel decision.
Meet Lisa Rankin, founder of Flavors of Paris, and our July guest in the Solo Traveler Insiders Speaker Series.
Money, solo travel, and happiness. There is a definite link. Here’s the research on money and happiness and the solo travel connection.
As travel companies rebuild and prepare for a return to solo travel, they tell us what they have in store for solo travelers.
We could all use a little positivity these days. So I dug into the blog and found five travel stories to raise our spirits.
Afraid of traveling alone? This post identifies and breaks down the fears that some people have about solo travel and how you can overcome them.
This traveler doesn’t mess around: she chose to go round the world solo on her very first journey on her own!
Not traveling has its pros and cons. On the pro side, it’s given me the chance to learn something new. The really new thing is kicksledding.
You can learn a lot about a destination through its cuisine. Here is a selection of our culinary travel experiences around the world.
What do you love to do when you travel that you never do at home? Here are some travel alternatives you can enjoy close to home.
To start the new year I have compiled the top solo travel posts of 2020 and the most popular solo travel posts of all time on Solo Traveler.
To end 2020 on a positive note, we have an incredible giveaway for you. One lucky solo traveler will win a fabulous trip from Riviera River Cruises!
We’ve found some great Black Friday travel deals for you! Discounts on trips and travel experiences around the globe in 2021 and beyond.
Here are the 2020 Solo Traveler Reader Survey results. Here’s what you had to say about travel, the Coronavirus, and more.
You need you as your best friend – especially in these challenging days. Here are ways solo travel can help.
For those times when you can’t travel, and especially during the current crisis, here are ways to embrace the spirit of travel from home.
Please share your thoughts and suggestions for Solo Traveler in our annual Reader Survey. Help us advocate for and serve you better!
We can no longer take travel for granted. We must travel with more intent once we are set free to do so. Here are thoughts to help.
It has been a wild ride these past few months. Looking ahead, here is my 2021 solo travel wish list, the countries I hope to visit and why.