Solo Travel Travel Articles

A big misconception of solo travel is that it’s lonely. Quite the contrary – one theme you’ll notice in all our solo travel articles is that it’s next to impossible to be lonely on the road, even if you depart home by yourself.

 
Solo Lady Travel: 7 Safety Myths Debunked
Solo Lady Travel: 7 Safety Myths Debunked Are your fears of traveling solo well-founded? Yvette Cendes investigates travel myths surrounding women traveling alone.
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Are You Afraid To Be Alone on Your Solo Trip?
Are You Afraid To Be Alone on Your Solo Trip? Does solo travel intimidate you? Or perhaps you are on a solo trip, but find yourself hanging around the hostel to avoid actually spending time alone? Devon Nunneley suggests ways to enjoy alone time while you travel.
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Dealing With Loneliness As a Solo Traveler
Dealing With Loneliness As a Solo Traveler Hilary Hershberger channels her own experiences as a young solo traveler to reflect on what it means to be alone and abroad, and relays her suggestions on dealing with loneliness while traveling.
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8 Ways to Avoid the Single Supplement as a Solo Traveler
8 Ways to Avoid the Single Supplement as a Solo Traveler Solo travel can be wonderfully liberating - until you see the words "single supplement" on a tour package. BootsnAll writer Jessica Spiegel explores some of the ways solo travelers can avoid paying a single supplement.
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Six Feisty Female Travelers
Six Feisty Female Travelers Like with so many other things, the most famous travelers all tend to be men. Lucy Corne points out that there have been some amazing female travelers who deserve credit and attention as well.
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