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.
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.
How I planned my Amtrak trip on a tight budget. The criteria, process, stumbling blocks, and the big change of plan to get the trip I really wanted.
Leftover currency can mount up. Do you have coins and bills from countries you’ll never return to? Here are 7 ways to deal with leftover currency.
Pre-travel stress is normal. Not enjoyable, but normal. Here are 12 tips to help you turn that travel stress into travel excitement.
Educational travel is on the rise. Many are planning learning vacations. Here’s how to find the right learning experiences in your dream destination.
Why take a tour as a solo traveler? Here are 10 reasons tours are great for solo travelers. The list will help you decide if a solo group tour is for you.
Checked baggage is a completely different game than carry-on – and it’s about more than weight restriction. Here are tips to help you avoid problems.
Readers tell us that finding time for travel is a real challenge. Here are some tips for finding more travel time in your life.
Solo travelers can enjoy hiking too. Here are 13 safe and easy hiking destinations covering Europe, the UK, North America, Austalia, Chile, and more.
The most diverse landscape and the best scenery in the world. Iceland is a spectacular destination for a road trip that you will never forget.
Traveling with medications takes a bit of thought. Here’s how to carry, buy and manage medications, including schedules, while traveling.
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.
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.
Learn how to rent your home for the money to go traveling. How to find the right renter, how to prepare your home, security, and more.
This solo traveler logged 7,539 km on a one-month solo Canadian Maritimes road trip. Enjoy her story and photos from Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and PEI.
Here are dozens of ways you can save on travel. Whether you seek luxury, adventure, creative, or budget travel, here’s how to save and travel more for less.
Single vacations are your chance to go solo, relax and enjoy. Here’s your inspiration for fabulous solo vacations.