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!
32 travel tips for first-timers to Japan. Tips to make your Japan trip easier including how to navigate the trains and metro, where to stay and what to eat.
Solo in Japan. Yes, that’s where I’m going and I’m excited. Here’s my trip planning process including my favorite resources, itinerary and budget.
What a great way to get a broad perspective on a destination: this Solo Travel Society member shares a photo taken from a hot air balloon in Bagan, Myanmar.
Two Solo Travel Society members, two different trips, two memorable experiences and enthusiastic recommendations for traveling to Iran.
This Solo Travel Society member found the people of Brunei to be unfailingly friendly and helpful, and recommends it as a safe and interesting destination.
In today’s photo, a Solo Travel Society member pauses on a road trip to take in the landscape and admire the mountains of Kyrgyzstan.
When you need a break, it’s nice to find a bench with a view. This photo overlooking Thimphu in Bhutan was shared by a member of the Solo Travel Society.
This photo of the turquoise waters of Tibet’s sacred Yamdrok Lake was contributed by a member of the Solo Travel Society.
“You can conquer the world,” says this Solo Travel Society member who contributed a photo from her trip to Bali’s Mount Batur.
See why this Solo Travel Society member thoroughly enjoyed her trip to the West Lake Scenic Area of Hangzhou, China, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Solo travel in Uzbekistan is captivating, says this photographer who set out for romantic images of turquoise domes, spice markets, and vibrant textiles.