A Solo Travel Society member shares her impressions from a guided tour of the Indian Himalayas, from Delhi to Srinigar and many destinations in between.
A Solo Travel Society member enjoyed a beach barbecue followed by stargazing on the Tip of Borneo, where the Sula and South China seas meet.
Whether exploring completely alone or with a tour group, solo travel to Jordan comes highly recommended by these Solo Travel Society members.
Two Solo Travel Society members experience Japan in different ways: one on a circumnavigation cruise, one exploring Tokyo, Osaka, and Kyoto on her own.
While wandering the grounds of the Royal Palace in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, a Solo Travel Society member says this building screamed out to be photographed.
A Solo Travel Society member immerses herself in the sights, sounds, and tastes of Varanasi by taking walking tours and staying right next to the Ganges.
This week’s photo of the setting sun off the coast of Flores in Indonesia.
While traveling in Myanmar, a member of the Solo Travel Society on Facebook sent us this wonderful photo of stupas in Mandalay.
While on a solo trip to Siem Reap, Cambodia, a Solo Travel Society member sent us this photo of himself exploring the Preah Khan Temple.
Two Solo Travel Society members recommend the Buddhist temples, the kind people, the historic sites, and the delicious food of Luang Prabang.
Two Solo Travel Society members who visited Singapore at different times, staying in different areas, share their impressions of the city.
A street photographer travels solo in the Indonesian jungle, and shares his beautiful pictures of the land and the people he met along the way.
Here we have a photo of a solo traveler, just hanging out with the elephants in Sri Lanka. It was shared with us by a member of the Solo Travel Society.
This photo was shared with us by a member of the Solo Travel Society who traveled to Nusa Pedina in Indonesia. Just looking at it makes me nervous!
“Come for the sea, stay for the lifestyle,” says this Solo Travel Society member who thoroughly enjoyed her time on Japan’s Zamami Island.
Here’s my 3-day, solo itinerary for Kyoto. I found the transit to be easy. Entrance to the major sights free. And a few off-the-beaten-path options you’ll love.
Rajasthan is a majestic and colorful state with many layers of historic and cultural significance, says this Solo Travel Society member who had the time of her life on this trip.
One very busy day with two wonderfully welcoming women made my time in Tokyo very special.
China is fascinating and challenging. Here are 32+ tips on how to thrive in China’s culture, how to get around, how to stay healthy and more.
I loved the onsens of Japan but before going I was a little confused. Here’s your guide to enjoying an onsen and a super onsen. Yes, it is super!