Wellington, New Zealand was the destination for this first-time solo traveler – and she highly recommends it for those who are new to traveling alone.
Hiking in the outback, camping out under the stars, and observing Uluru at sunrise and sunset, this Solo Travel Society member loved her trip to Australia.
This Solo Travel Society came away wanting to give every resident of Christchurch a hug, as they continue to rebuild after the earthquakes.
For stunning scenery and well-organized and maintained tracks, the Great Walks of New Zealand can’t be beat, according to this Solo Travel Society member.
Sydney, Australia: home to some of the friendliest people on the planet, says this Solo Travel Society member-not to mention the beaches and the kangaroo pizza!
Behold this stunning mirror image photo of Franz Josef, New Zealand provided by a Solo Travel Society member.
For peace and tranquility, incredible scenery, and the joy of hiking in snow in the middle of summer, this Solo Travel Society member recommends Mount Cook.
Internationally recognized gardens, heritage architecture, and the smell of chocolate in the air. A few reasons this solo traveler recommends visiting Dunedin.
Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock, seems to change colors with the Australian sun. Check out this shot provided by a Solo Travel Society member.
This solo traveler fulfilled a long-time wish to visit Australia, and discovered beauty, ghosts and new friends in Sydney.