On my first trip to the Netherlands, I fell in love with the canals in Amsterdam. Though it was grey and rainy, it didn’t detract from the beauty.
Real reports by solo travelers with recommendations for the best places to solo travel Thailand including Chiang Mai, Bangkok, Koh Chang and Ao Nang Beach.
This Solo Travel Society member found Santorini Island to be a perfect destination for a solo female traveler and is already planning to visit again.
It is not only possible but also enjoyable to explore the spectacular landscapes of Scotland’s Isle of Skye without a car.
A Solo Travel Society member shares her impressions from a guided tour of the Indian Himalayas, from Delhi to Srinigar and many destinations in between.
One day in Ravenna is just enough to cover the highlights of this not-to-be-missed, small Italian city. If you have time, enjoy it over multiple days.
This solo traveler found Graz, Austria to be a stimulating city with a good balance of preserved heritage and striking modernity.
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.
This photo of lovely Mostar in Bosnia and Herzegovina was shared with us by a member of the Solo Travel Society who recently visited the old city.
Over the span of a month, this Solo Travel Society member explored the East Coast and Tasmania on an epic solo Australia road trip.
Solo travel in Nunavut, on an Arctic Expedition cruise, brings different educational sessions, fascinating nature and new discoveries each day.
I love Northern Ireland! From the cities to the countryside, here are 32 tips to help you solo travel Northern Ireland and love it too.
A Solo Travel Society member enjoyed a beach barbecue followed by stargazing on the Tip of Borneo, where the Sula and South China seas meet.
On a culinary river cruise in France with Vantage Travel, I discovered Benedictine, baked macarons, dined like Julia Child, and ate Baked Alaska.
Wouldn’t you like to be here right now? A Solo Travel Society member shared this image, taken on a recent solo trip to Fiji.
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.
My first river cruise, a culinary-themed excursion from Paris to Normandy, could not have gone better! Here are some of the highlights.
Whether exploring completely alone or with a tour group, solo travel to Jordan comes highly recommended by these Solo Travel Society members.