As the year drew to a close, I asked the Solo Travel Society, “What were your best solo travel experiences of 2019?” Here’s what they had to say.
To start the new year we have compiled for you the top solo travel posts of 2019 and the most popular solo travel posts of all time on Solo Traveler.
The results of the 2019 Solo Traveler Reader Survey are in. Your opinions were sometimes surprising and definitely valuable. Here’s what you had to say.
What companies treat solo travelers best? The anticipation is over. Congratulations to the winners of the 2019 Solo Travel Awards!
Please share your thoughts and suggestions for Solo Traveler in our annual survey. You’ll be helping us plan for Solo Traveler 2020.
Are carbon offsets legitimate? Does travel seriously affect your carbon footprint? Here’s my conclusion after days of research on carbon offsets for travel.
What’s so great about river cruises for solo travelers? From covering lots of ground to doing things your way to last-minute deals, here are 7 advantages.
Here are the top 10 films about solo travel according to members of the Solo Travel Society. You’re sure to find something to inspire you here!
What are the true costs of solo travel? In this post we explore the soft costs, the ones less considered that offer great rewards.
Musings, memories, and lessons learned, along with links to helpful and inspirational posts: some personal thoughts on solo travel.
The future of travel technology is bright. There are new tools hitting the market all the time. Here are a few travel startups that I think have potential.
Solo travel for personal growth: as you travel alone, being totally responsible for yourself, you will discover just how capable you are.
A Solo Travel Society member shares a photo of her version of the perfect start to a day of solo travel: perusing a map over coffee.
Nominations are now being accepted for the 3rd Annual Solo Travel Awards. Travel companies, it’s time to nominate your tours or cruises for an award!
Inspired by KT Tunstall’s song, “Suddenly I See,” here is a tribute to the amazing Evelyn Hannon, whose face truly was “a map of the world.”
It’s our 10th Anniversary this week. Happy Anniversary to all of us and thank you for being a part of the Solo Traveler Community!
Should I travel solo? Can I do it? Do I want to travel alone? What do I need to know to travel by myself? This post answers all these questions.
There’s not a lot out there specifically on male solo travel, so I asked the men of the Solo Travel Society: What is your primary reason for traveling solo?
When I was unexpectedly asked, “Why do you travel?” I consulted the Solo Travel Society for their thoughts. Here are the themes that emerged.
Solo travel can help us understand the true desires of our hearts and souls. Two authors share their perspectives on solo travel as a spiritual journey.