Enjoy this tasty and colorful overview of the landscapes, food and wine of Western Canada, courtesy of award-winning culinary travel writers.
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.
Officially screeched in, enjoying whale watching and fulfilling a dream of seeing puffins up close, Elizabeth enjoys exploring solo in Newfoundland.
From a scenic trail to a photogenic dog and from catchy local phrases to a haunted hike, this solo traveler truly enjoyed the culture of Newfoundland.
You have a choice in British Columbia train travel. You can go budget or luxury. Here I compare VIA Rail and the Rocky Mountaineer for price and experience.
Here’s what you need to know to stay, explore, eat, and enjoy Chicago on a budget. Another in our series of posts for the world’s most expensive cities.
Small towns can offer great big experiences. That’s what I found in Prince Rupert, British Columbia. Here are my top tips for Prince Rupert.
To find out where to eat in any destination, ask a local. Solo Travel society member Jessica shares her picks for the best food in St. John’s, Newfoundland.
In this week’s featured photo, a traveler explores the fascinating formations in Alberta’s Dinosaur Provincial Park in the Canadian Badlands.
On British Columbia’s Vancouver Island, this Solo Travel Society member is dwarfed by the ancient trees in the Avatar Grove in Port Renfrew.
A Solo Travel Society member happened to be walking by at just the right time to capture this shot in Cabarete, Dominican Republic.
A Solo Travel Society member traveled to Knoxville for a music festival and found interesting public art, great food, and friendly, welcoming people.
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico is the setting for this peaceful travel photo, taken by a member of the Solo Travel Society while enjoying the view.
Solo travel to Whitehorse delivered both more and less than expected. Here are the interesting, the disappointing, and the surprising elements of my trip.
Two Solo Travel Society members, one from the US, one from England, share their separate solo experiences in New Orleans and offer tips for your visit.
My Ottawa getaway was a nostalgic trip for me. I have always loved the city. Now, over twenty years later I discovered that there is even more to love.
Finding a taste of nature in the city, in this case, Toronto, can be just what you need to relax and recharge before continuing your exploration.
Enjoy this captivating shot of Lake 22, near Granite Falls, Washington. It was submitted by a member of the Solo Travel Society.