Travel is not what it was. Here’s your guide to travel planning 2021 with essential information to protect you and your money.
Travel budgeting made easy with 2 practical approaches followed by 8 steps and a spreadsheet for your personal solo travel budget.
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.
Here’s how to find the right travel rewards credit card for you – balancing bonuses with travel style with lifestyle.
Sometimes we want to do it all ourselves. Sometimes we want someone else to do the work. Sometimes what we really want is a solo holiday.
Have you considered building a trip around a specific interest or activity? Here are 12 solo travel themes to inspire ideas.
Given the current restrictions on travel, great multicultural cities on various continents can help satisfy our wanderlust.
While you may be taking a nearcation this year, here are plenty of future solo travel destinations for Christmas and holidays to come.
Solo travelers are taking more road trips than ever. Need to rent a car? Why pay more than you have to? Here’s how to save on car rentals.
Looking for breathing space? A bit of freedom? A car and an open road will deliver. Here are 14 great solo road trips to choose from.
Lovers of Lucy Maud Montgomery travel to Prince Edward Island and Ontario to enjoy the magic of Anne of Green Gables and other stories.
If luxury solo travel is your desire, the sky is the limit! Here are some tips to help you plan your luxurious dream trip.
When travel is the goal, and also the obstacle, destination may not be the most important factor in planning a solo trip. Here are some options to consider.
What have we learned about money while travel has been on hold? Here are 14 tips to help you save money for travel so you’ll be ready when the time comes.
I love a good airport lounge. Here are the benefits, some tips for saving on lounge access, and what I expect to see change as travel begins to open up.
Pack a travel first-aid kit and try new things on your travels. It’s better to have it and not use it, than to need it and be without.
Some trips are more demanding than others. Physical training for travel can be very helpful. Here’s my plan to get into shape for walking and cycling trips.
A solo weekend getaway may be just what you need after a long period of staying home. What makes a great destination? Here are some recommendations.
Your first time camping solo may seem complicated. Let’s simplify things. Here’s the basic gear you need plus a handy packing list.
With input from readers and friends, along with my own favorites, here are 50 road trip songs to add to the soundtrack of your next solo journey.