Most people travel to Stratford to see Shakespeare. Tracey went to visit a pig farm.
Wine is inherently social, so wine bars are a great place for solo travelers. Here are some fantastic options in Toronto.
A Solo Travel Society member visits Toronto and recommends the ease of travel and the multicultural sights, sounds, and tastes of Canada’s largest city.
Finding the real winter: here are lots of photos from a wonderful winter retreat weekend in Algonquin Park in Northern Ontario.
According to this Solo Travel Society member, Whistler is the place to be for active solo travelers who enjoy rock climbing, white water rafting, ziplining and gorgeous scenery.
A beautiful shot of downtown Vancouver, from the vantage point of a bench on Granville Island. Courtesy of a Solo Travel Society member.
As a solo traveler in my own city I took a city tour called “Beer Makes History Better” and learned about beer and much more.
A Solo Travel Society member recommends the Canadian capital of Ottawa as a fascinating destination for solo travelers.
Small cities are interesting options to large cities or small towns. They have theater, quality restaurants and night life yet they are relaxed. Saint John is a case in point.
Niagara-on-the-Lake is perfect for solo travel newbies and experienced solo travelers who want to relax and take in lots of culture. An excellent destination.
We tend to forget how interesting our own countries are. It’s time to write about solo travel to Canada. This is your orientation session.
Here are a few of the people I met traveling solo across Canada by train, as well as some pictures of the stunning scenery.