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.
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.
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 images of turquoise domes, spice markets & vibrant textiles.
This Solo Travel Society member recommends that when you visit Amman you also take day trips to surrounding destinations in Jordan.
A Solo Travel Society member visits Naypyidaw, also known as The Ghost City of Myanmar, and finds it truly lives up to its nickname.
From the busy streets of Dhaka to the tea estates and pineapple plantations of Srimangal, this Solo Travel Society member enjoyed exploring Bangladesh.
Nara, Japan has delicious food, stunning architecture, fascinating cultural attractions, and uniquely friendly deer, says this Solo Travel Society member.
Two Solo Travel Society members from different countries share their individual experiences of visiting Hong Kong, along with lots of photos.
This Solo Travel Society member fell in “love at first site” visiting the Ajanta and Ellora caves, UNESCO World Heritage sites near Aurangabad, India.
Two Solo Travel Society members share their impressions of Seoul, South Korea from their separate trips, almost four years apart.
Two Solo Travel Society members from different countries share their individual experiences of visiting Petra, Jordan.
This Solo Travel Society member experienced Kyoto in a very specific way, observing and learning about contemporary geishas on a self-guided tour.
Two Solo Travel Society members from two different countries with two different stories of their solo trips to Armenia.
The flowers of Furano and Nakafurano in Hokkaido provided a colorful backdrop to this Solo Travel Society member’s trip to Japan.
For trekking in a remote area of rugged mountains, glaciers, extraordinary snow and beautiful views, this Solo Travel Society member recommends Shimshal.
The gold-gilded stupa of the Shwedagon Pagoda stands 99 meters high. Struck by the sun in the early morning or late afternoon, its beauty is dazzling. Here are a few choice photos from my visit.
A Solo Travel Society member is forever changed by her experience in Sauraha, where she discovered the meaning of “learning to dance in the rain.”
Meetup.com is a great way for solo travelers to meet locals. I used it to go hiking in Hong Kong but found it more difficult than expected.