Solo travel to Whistler turned out to be just what this pandemic-fatigued traveler needed. Here’s how she spent her weekend getaway.
Here’s our itinerary for circumnavigating Nova Scotia – a road trip with ocean views, friendly people, interesting history & delicious seafood.
Solo travel in Toronto can be expensive – but it doesn’t have to be. Here are our tips for free and low cost ways to explore Toronto.
Any time is a good time to visit Canada! Here are 60 tips to help you discover Canada from east to west and in every season.
Here’s how to fill three days in Niagara-on-the-Lake solo with recommendations for food, wine, and fun. A perfect solo getaway.
There are so many exciting soft adventures in Nova Scotia. Here are tips for Cape Breton Island, the Bay of Fundy, and Annapolis Valley.
Enjoy these Canada photos, all contributed by readers of Solo Traveler and members of the Solo Travel Society from their various trips.
Janice offers tips for exploring Halifax on a budget. Tracey shares her picks for luxury Halifax. Mix and match for a great trip!
Sometimes you can’t travel. Then it’s time to embrace the staycation. Here are my 10 tips for how to plan a staycation and for one in Toronto.
A layover in Toronto is a great opportunity. Here are top tips for tourist attractions at a great price PLUS a local’s guide to the best in the city.
After giving you practical information about my trip to the high Arctic, here is a more personal expression of a great travel experience.
I can’t share all that I learned on my Arctic trip but here’s an overview to give you a sense of what you might learn should you go.
Solo travel in Nunavut, on an Arctic Expedition cruise, brings different educational sessions, fascinating nature and new discoveries each day.
The wide variety of dining options, art and interesting culture – not to mention the low Canadian dollar – make solo travel in Montreal a great option.
Halifax is a great destination for solo travel. Safe, friendly and rich in activities. Here are 10 things to do in Halifax.
The Canadian Human Rights Museum in Winnipeg exceeded all my expectations. It is interactive and one leaves optimistic. It is a must for people of all ages.
From major cities to small towns and the wonderful, wandering wilderness in between, there is no shortage of Ontario getaways for solo travelers to enjoy.
A solo summer road trip to Killarney is a beautiful thing, from the scenic drive there and back to cruising on Georgian Bay to dining on fresh local food.
On a solo kayaking trip, Grace learns how to paddle on a peaceful bay in the morning and tackles small rapids on the magical Madawaska in the afternoon.
Bike Ontario, feel strong, go solo. It’s all good. Here’s a report on my recent cycling weekend with Ontario by Bike.