A solo traveler makes the most of an incredibly hot Canadian summer weekend by enjoying whitewater rafting on the Ottawa River.
Intrepid solo camper Bettine goes glamping in Georgian Bay, Ontario, where she develops an addiction to kayaking, cooks caterpillars, and meets a mermaid.
Chautauqua is a great summer destination for relaxation, learning, and fun. Your first time can be confusing. Here’s how to Chautauqua successfully.
Solo Travel to the United States of America: tips and advice that will get you there, get you around, and help you get the most out of your stay.
This Solo Travel Society member says Bocas del Toro is a destination that grows on you. She appreciated its quirks and had a fabulous time.
The Icefields Parkway between Jasper and Banff, Alberta is one of North America’s great drives. Here’s a bit of what you can expect to see.
Here’s your Western Canada guide to traveling British Columbia and Alberta. Itineraries for train and road trips that cover adventure, food, and culture.
Budget New York City? Yes, it is possible. Here are top tips for free and low-cost ways to enjoy this spectacular city and make New York affordable.
I took on my fear of ziplines and conquered it on a recent trip to Mont Tremblant. Though I can’t say that I did it with a lot of grace. Read on.
Red wine quietly ages in the romantically-lit Estate Barrel Room at Two Sisters Vineyards in Canada’s Niagara-on-the-Lake.
On a Mont Tremblant weekend getaway I relearned how to ski and how to reclaim the weekend. Here’s everything you need to know for your Tremblant trip.
This Solo Travel Society member found beauty and solitude on a New Mexico road trip filled with art, culture, and stunning landscapes.
A Solo Travel Society member finds that Vancouver offers many athletic activities to balance out all of the great dining and drinking options.
Ziplining, skiing, snowmobiling, and bobsledding: here are great ideas for experiencing adventure travel in Western Canada from someone who’s done it all.
From mountains to lakes and forests to fields in British Columbia and Alberta, enjoy these Western Canada photos contributed by solo travelers and locals.
Enjoy this tasty and colorful overview of the landscapes, food and wine of Western Canada, courtesy of award-winning culinary travel writers.
A professional travel photographer maps out a route for a fascinating Western Canada road trip, with lots of great photos of southern Alberta.
On his first solo trip to Cuba, this Solo Travel Society member found Havana to be exactly as he had imagined it would be.
From dinosaurs to Star Trek to a suspension bridge and finally to a tiny hamlet named Rosebud, I discover the spirit of the Canadian Badlands.
I went to Portland to attend the Society of American Travel Writers Conference. I returned home newly inspired to create. Here’s why.