Author: Elizabeth Avery

20 Travel Tips for Saving without Sacrificing Quality: Use the extra savings to see sights and take additional extended tours. Now  that working remotely has gone mainstream, consider combining business with pleasure to bring in some income while you see the world. Check out Kumospace on tips how to be a digital nomad without losing touch with the world of work you temporarily have left behind. Travel costs are an issue for most travelers, especially now. Having been a keen global traveler, I am always looking for ways to find good pricing without sacrificing quality. These are 20 of my…

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Europe Off the Beaten Tourist Path: I have always been intrigued by travel off the beaten tourist path. Partly in jest, I always say the ideal  solo travel destination is a place I can’t spell or pronounce. My most extreme example? In past years before it was “discovered” by Australians and New Zealanders, I vacationed in Rarotonga and Aitutaki. At that time, Aitutaki had only one bank, Bank of New Zealand, and no ATM. Not to worry: It was open one day in each month! If you missed it, you would have to catch it thirty days later. Not sure…

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(Scroll down to the very bottom for new, updated cheap solo travel deals for lodging in 8 French cities starting at $88!*) Top Solo Travel Deals-France-No Single Supplements: France is an expensive place to find solo deals. So overnight stays are hard on any budget. The question is how can you find single traveler deals for hotels and B&B’s? While Paris is not known for cheap solo travel deals, there are ways to find budget single traveler packages in France. Start with our personal tips below. Then take a look at the hotels below which we are featuring for best…

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10 Tips to Make Vacation Travel Easier: As summer vacations or other holidays are upon us, there is so much to do and think about before celebrating.  At such busy times, travel can end up being more frustrating than festive.  Now it can seem hard to know how to get started again. Step One: With all the restrictions that came out of the pandemic, do any of them remain? Are there still restrictions or key sights that require reservations needed for previously open exhibits or  concerts or have reduced hours? Step Two: Choose how long you want to be away,…

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Costa Rica Tours for Solo Travelers: Costa Rica solo travel packages are popular year-round.  The reason?  Costa Rica has something for everyone. There are really great solo travel deals, especially off-season. I went on solo travel to Costa Rica during the rainy season. The weather was fine. The tropical rains were brief and didn’t stop my beach trips.  The off-season rates made luxury travel options for single travelers more affordable. Off-season reductions come quickly after the summer.  I took advantage of price drops as early as September. Costa Rica Tours for Solo Travelers: Costa Rica single vacations give you many…

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Costa Rica: Four Solo Vacations in One: Travel to Costa Rica gives you multiple trips in one. From the US, it is only a short flight away. Vacation options range from: a beach holiday, active adventure travel, eco/wildlife tours or volunteering with local “green” projects. Costa Rica Tours for Solo Travelers: Costa Rica solo travel packages are popular year-round. The reason? Costa Rica has something for everyone. Costa Rica is one of the best vacations for singles. Why is that? It has good values for a wide range of budgets from hostel stays to 4-star elegance. Costa Rica Tours for…

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A Guest Post by Mariam Simmons*  Solo Traveling – 10 Lessons I Learned So Far You might have a strange feeling the first time you travel alone. The travel schedule is your decision, and you’ll be wandering cities and natural landscapes solo. First-timers take a while to get used to that fact, but once you do, you’ll be in for a fantastic time. The valuable hours you spend exploring the world, but also your inner thoughts, will be a memorable experience. As a passionate solo traveler, allow me to share tips that will improve your trip! 1.     Learn to Strike…

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  Solo Travel Wellness-Bali Escapes, a Guest Post by Delan Cooper: Solo traveling brings about great experiences by allowing you to travel without distractions or other people’s schedules, on your terms. It’s an excellent opportunity for self-awareness, meditation, confidence building, empowering, and putting one’s life into perspective. Bali in Indonesia is the ultimate destination for most solo travelers. (For information on solo travel with no single supplements and solo-priced lodging, go to our free search tool, the SoloTravelPricingTracker.net, and for our complimentary “Updated 2020-2021 Solo Travel Guidebook”, be sure to register while there.) Solo Travel Wellness-Bali: Things to do in Bali:…

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Greek Islands Adventure Kayak Between the Cyclades: This is the place to get away from it all. What could be better than hiking and kayaking around the Greek Islands? Greek Islands Adventure Kayak Between the Cyclades: Overview of the History of the Cyclades: The first question is generally what does the name “Cyclades” mean? It comes from the word Cyclades that means circle in Greek. If you take a look at a map, you will see why that name fits. The islands form a circle in the Mediterranean between Greece and Turkey. That makes them popular as a tourist destination. However, it has…

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Solo Travel Destination Dubai Elegant Mideast Crossroads where old and new meet. (Generally, at a rather high price!) Dubai has really touched the imagination of those with dreams to travel to distant, really chic spots. As a result, it has an aura about it as almost a Middle East Las Vegas with some of the world’s most expensive hotels. Luxury and elegance are on display everywhere in Dubai. If you want to peek into this elite life-style, take a look at this listing for Dubai’s Top Luxury Hotels. However, for the rest of us on a more modest travel budget,…

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A Guest Post by Michał Jońca*, Community Manager,  As a digital nomad, you can work virtually from any place in the world. However, there are countries that especially attract expats and remote workers from every corner of the globe. Thailand is definitely such a place. The “Land of Smiles” provides extraordinary opportunities for connecting work and travel, and achieving synergy of professional and private joy. Digital nomading in Thailand by numbers Let’s start with some eye-opening stats.  Thailand is the third most popular destination for digital nomads preceded only by Indonesia and Mexico. According to the International Organization for Migration in…

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Amazon Adventure Solo Travel Deals: This was one of my top solo adventures out of seventy countries visited.  Take a look at our Amazon tour packages and lodging options at top Brazilian eco-resorts in the heart of “Amazonas”.  (Before you head out, please check out our unique free software tool, the “Solo Travel Pricing Tracker“.) Looking out on the falling snow on a blustering 25 degree day, the Brazilian Rainforest seems a lifetime away although I just returned this week. My Amazon adventure was in the planning stages since the fall 2013 as an alternative to being “home alone” for…

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  Solo Travel-10 Inside Tips to Save on Hotels: To save on hotels begin by picking lodging first. Here are Solo Trekker’s 10 inside tips to getting best lodging rates while considering safety and convenience. As a child studying French, I early on developed a wanderlust to visit exotic foreign venues, the more remote the better. However, like many college graduates, I started my career with student loans to pay back and therefore a small remaining budget to roam the world. How was it possible overtime to make it to 66 countries and all 50 US states? By finding creative…

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Traveling Alone in Cambodia. This was one of the best trips of my  life! After reading online accounts of marauding monkeys and menacing mosquitoes, I headed out to Siem Reap, Cambodia< I had undertaken all the planning of a major military campaign. Traveling Alone in Cambodia: Getting there: I quickly traded my holiday cocktail dresses for Bugs Away sportswear.  I was fully prepared for every contingency. After my arrival, I found that all my concerns were in vain. I attracted the attention of only one lone mosquito during the entire 17 day trip. As to “stalking” animals? On my solitary encounter…

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Solo Travel Unique London Things to Do: Article written for the exclusive use of solotrekker4u.com Julianna Dawn London is one of the busiest cultural hubs on the planet. It’s a place where the last thing you need to worry about is running out of things to do. Here we present some unique activities that London has to offer the solo traveler. Solo Travel Unique London: Walking Tours: : Walking ToursJoining one of London’s many walking tours is a good way to discover new parts of the city. There are many different types of tours for those looking for more than…

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A Guest Post by *Michal Jonca Top 7 Natural Wonders You Can Find in Iceland Traveling Iceland alone might be one of the most outstanding adventures in your life. This small island in the middle of nowhere, also known as the Land of Fire and Ice, is the youngest piece of Europe situated near the Arctic Circle at the junction of two tectonic plates. This unique location, combined with intense volcanic and seismic activity, makes it one of the most beautiful and unpredictable parts of the Earth.  In short, Iceland is a pure masterpiece of nature. You will not find…

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Latin America 10 Ways-SoloTravelPricingTracker: Spotlight on Latin America: After more than a year of lowdown, summer 2021 has been off to a rocky restart as COVID-19 restrictions constantly change.  However, top solo travel deals for single travelers for 2021-2022 are at unheard of lows. With Latin America relatively “nearby”, check out the three easy steps below to access 140+ top solo travel deals-Latin America.  Since no single supplement deals are always limited in number, book as far ahead as possible. Follow the three easy steps below for no to low single supplements or solo-priced rooms/cabins using our free SoloTravelPricingTracker. Go…

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France Top Solo Travel Deals: Adventures Off the Beaten Path   Ernest Hemingway famously said: “If you are lucky enough to have lived in Paris as a young man, then wherever you go for the rest of your life it stays with you, for Paris is a moveable feast.” However, beyond the “City of Light”, there is an entire countryside to explore with cheap solo travel deals, top French food and wine and Medieval and Renaissance architecture. Some people visit France simply because they consider it one of the most beautiful places in the world, with excellent food and hundreds of…

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Cheap Solo Travel Deals-Costa Rica-Central America :Each year Costa Rica is one of the top solo travel vacation choices. Why? Costa Rica provides four very different singles vacations. Historical/cultural tours. A good place to start is in the capital city of San Jose by exploring an array of museums. My favorite was the Museo de Oro (“Museum of Gold”). In addition to ancient figures from pre-Columbian times, fashionistas will love the Museum gift shop. They sell copies of the solid gold artifacts made into jewelry and earrings for souvenirs and gifts to family and friends. Few historic buildings remain from…

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Cheap Singles Vacations-Undiscovered Europe: While there are many solo travel deals with no single supplements or low single supplements, the travel industry offerings in general are still priced based on couples and pairs. The greatest disparity takes place when advance cruise deals give couples a fifty percent discount. So a $5,000 vacation package with a fifty percent single supplement means that single travelers would pay $7,500. However, if the tour operator offers advance sales promotions with “two-for-the-price-of-one” couples/pairs each pay $2,500 per person. In that case, a solo traveler would have paid three times as much. Fifty percent single supplements…

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For best tour, cruise and lodging, check out our free solo search tool, the Solo Travel Pricing Tracker. See also our “Fifty Years of Solo Travel: A Definitive Guide.”   As travel restrictions are easing, solo travelers are trending once again with a special interest in adventure travel. Although 50+ year old women are leading the pack, younger travelers from 18 to 30 years old are also taking to the road around the world. I began my lifelong solo travels as a teenager. The main reason? Just as I found while working years later. No one ever seemed to be…

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Solo travel spring destinations are one way to save in the shoulder season before the summer tourist season. There is still time left to find destinations that offer solo travelers good prices now. Start with these five: Solo Travel Spring Destinations: Iberian Peninsula/North Africa:   1. Spain:Spain still has everything that typically draws tourists to Europe: castles, cuisine and centuries old culture and history, all at a lower price than in France and the UK. There are 3 distinct ways to approach Spain:1. Start in Barcelona and see Gaudi’s world-renowned architecture and Catalonia and the Costa Brava, or as I…

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(For other information on solo travel with no single supplements and solo-priced lodging, go to our free search tool, the SoloTravelPricingTracker.net, and for our complimentary “Updated 2020-2021 Solo Travel Guidebook”, be sure to register while there.) It is not too late to find European & Asian summer deals. Here are our top recommendations for 4 to 5-star options.  Follow the links for solo travel deals. You will find islands not just for honeymooners plus exotic Thailand-one of my favorites.  See the European castle hotel below. This is the best way to relive Old Europe at affordable prices. For  other castle hotels or…

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While comfortably ensconced in the charming Italian countryside between Florence and Siena, you will enjoy all the comforts of home beginning with free Wi-Fi. Air conditioned guest rooms reflecting the country decor have private baths with hairdryer and satellite TV. When not sightseeing or strolling the grounds, you can swim laps in the outdoor pool while still drinking in the enchanting Tuscan countryside.  There is easy access from the Florence airport where a pick-up can be arranged. It is also well located for day trips to many popular sights. In my days as a German Exchange Student, Berlin was one…

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Solo Travel-4-5 Star European Summer Deals. Looking for a top European vacation at a good price. See our 5 recommendations below! These 4-5 star European summer deals fill up fast. Follow these links below today or check our home page Booking.com search box. That will take you to discounts of up to 42% off and verified solo travel reviews. Mid-July 2016 subject to availability at the deal prices below: Solo Travel-4-5 Star European Summer Deals: No.1: Tuscany, Italy Country House Previously a farmhouse, now the Antica Fonte Residenza is a charming country house surrounded by woods a short distance from…

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Big News: How to Embrace the Digital Nomad Lifestyle Employers around the world are offering opportunities to work remotely even beyond the pandemic. Secondly, foreign countries globally are creating digital nomad visas to offset lost tourist revenues. In 2022, this will be a key focus for us. If you would like to stay on top of this, please register at our free solo search tool site, SoloTravelPricingTracker.net. Due to the pandemic, working remotely has become more common, shifting the nomad scene into the mainstream. This shift in concept has been great news for solo travelers looking to combine their sense of…

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Is the Digital Nomad Life for You? Growing Opportunity for Solo Travelers of All Ages Exciting News: Two great sea changes are occurring. First, employers around the world are offering opportunities to work remotely even beyond the pandemic. Secondly, foreign countries globally are creating digital nomad visas to offset lost tourist revenues. In 2022, this will be a key focus for us. If you would like to stay on top of this, please register at our free solo search tool site, the SoloTravelPricingTracker.net.   For solo travelers, the call of the open road is a call meant to be answered. Seeking…

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10 Tips on How to Travel Safer Now-Avoid Crime: (For COVID-19 information, see CDC.gov.) Travel to destinations with political unrest or high crime calls for more careful pre-departure plans and  being aware while there. I have: navigated low grade African civil wars, dodged swine flu in Asia, fended off a band of robbers in Europe and just missed being a feast for crocodiles. Both at home and abroad, I have found times that were not safe. I have seen how fast a crisis may happen. This is my list of 10 practical tips at home and abroad.   10 TIPS…

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Here are our tips on How to Pack Really Light. I have traveled for 5 weeks with only an overnight bag. Traveling so conspicuously light on an international flight, two fellow travelers asked me to give them an impromptu tutorial on how to pack! Although baggage fees add to the pain today of packing too much, there are two greater problems: 1. Chasing lost luggage around the globe and 2, Dragging it from place to place when there are no working elevators or escalators! After I had one checked bag temporarily “lost” on a 1 hour non-stop flight, I have…

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Timing may be everything in life, especially when it comes to booking travel. One  real challenge is getting the best rate when traveling alone.  As the summer holidays approach in the northern hemisphere, we have sampled the best advice  beyond looking for package deals that bundle airfare with hotels/tours.  The 10 tips below address many popular perceptions on how to get the best rate. 1. Does it matter what day of the week you purchase your airline tickets? True. The consensus is that Tues. and especially Wed. will be cheapest. 2. When you travel midweek, do you save on leisure/vacation…

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Adventure vacations for singles. Don’t sit on the sidelines just because you are a solo traveler. Check out our tips below for safer adventure travel.   Adventure is great, but no one wants to end up in the clutches of a brown bear!  After an elephant-back safari in the Okavango, I found myself falling in the Zambesi River where the crocodiles were feeding at sunset! When the whole world has been faced with a seemingly endless war with COVID-19, plans for, or just dreaming about, a great adventure can be a real relief.  While I think of myself as somewhat…

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ADD_CONTENT_HERE Here are our 5 Tips For Traveling Asia Alone: Check out our single traveler tips for traveling alone in SE Asia, and give us some of your own. 5 Tips For Traveling Asia Alone: Tip 1: 1. Avoid being a traffic statistic or victim of drive-by pickpockets. Watch out for fast-paced traffic, especially motorcycles. Some areas have no stop lights and have  traffic zipping  by on both sides. Although it is rare, the sidewalks can be another field of battle. At noon, in Phnom Penh, walking on the sidewalk, I had a car back into me! Luckily, I wasn’t…

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Staying Safe on Travel 5 Tips for Women Traveling Solo: A past tragic murder of two young Argentinian women in an Ecuadorian coastal town raised more questions of women’s safety in traveling abroad in pairs or solo. Having visited 68+ countries and all 50 US states, I have consistently traveled alone around the world since my college days. I have navigated low-grade civil wars, arrived abroad in the midst of serious local quarantines and an unexpected cholera epidemic as well as narrowly escaped being dinner for leering crocodiles in the Zambezi River. My worst mishap to date was being robbed…

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Solo Travel Destinations Traveling Alone to Alaska Looking out one wintry day, the East Coast’s massive snow storm reminded me of my, my prior Alaskan trek. It was there that I expected to really freeze.  There were plenty of icy landscapes. However, many days it was sixty degrees. Traveling Alone to Alaska: Alaska was America’s fiftieth state. It was only admitted in 1959 after Hawaii. Alaska is filled with wildlife, rugged terrain and an independent spirit.  Whatever the temperature, Alaskans find a way to be hearty outdoorsmen. The famed Iditarod Sled Dog Race started in 1973. An Alaskan woman, Susan…

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8 Tips for Backpacking with Dogs Guest Post by Anne Handschack Backpacking with dogs can either be very fulfilling or very stressful. Proper planning is essential to avoid unnecessary hiccups along the way, especially if you’re backpacking with your dog for the first time. Whether this is your first trip or one of dozens, keeping your dog happy and healthy while on the trail can be a logistical challenge. Take a look at our tips below for everything you need to know about backpacking with dogs. 1. Upgrade Your Leash Most parks require that your dog remains on a leash…

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Top Solo Travel Destination Thailand. When the holidays come and work slows down for year-end, I always look to take a solo travel package to a new part of the world.  On a recent Christmas Day, I headed out traveling Asia alone. I had much ground to cover in just 17 days and daunting flights from Washington, DC and on to Bangkok via Beijing. I began in Siem Reap, Cambodia then via a top river cruise on to Vietnam and back to Bangkok. I was pleasantly surprised to see how easily things went for me as a woman on a…

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3 Tips for Staying Safe on Your Lone Road Trip, a Guest Post by Finnegan Pierson:  Few things in life are as freeing as a solitary road trip. When hitting the open road, you want to be sure both you and your vehicle are prepared to have a safe, exhilarating journey. Read on for 3 helpful tips that will help you be ready for the best road trip ever!   Be Sure Your Vehicle is Road Ready First things first, before you can even think about planning a road trip, you must be sure you have a car or truck…

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Packing Single Traveler Tips for Saving and Safety: Here are our ten tips.  Please go to  our Contacts Page and send us your own! There are four good reasons that solo travelers should travel light. The first is the cost of having to check luggage. Second, traveling the world alone makes dragging luggage around twice as tiring.  So many times, I have been surprised in a subway to find steep stairs and no working escalator or elevator. Third, without a travel buddy, it is much easier to discover your bag or small items have disappeared.  Airport or train bathrooms rarely…

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Packing Smart and Traveling Light, a Guest Post by Aussy Aportadera Packing smart and traveling light is much harder than bringing everything you need – but it’s worth it! Knowing how to keep your essentials and what works for your travels can make going on the road far easier for you. You’ll feel like you’re a free bird zipping around the world rather than a mule carrying all this luggage. Pixels.com The importance of traveling light cannot be overemphasized. You’ll never find an expert traveler who will brag that they’re carrying more every year. Here are travel tips that you…

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Solo Travel Tips-How to Pick a Spa: In the past, I opted for seeing a new country and having an active adventure abroad between Christmas and New Year’s. One year, I went to Brazil to journey upriver on the Amazon. The next year I found myself on a Mekong Delta cruise in time to toast the New Year in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. More recently, after a really busy year, I decided I was ready for a change, a different kind of trip. So a 5-star spa fit the bill. What was the chief difference from the usual jaunt abroad? Staying…

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(For other information on solo travel with no single supplements and solo-priced lodging, go to our free search tool, the SoloTravelPricingTracker.net, and for our complimentary “Updated 2020-2021 Solo Travel Guidebook”, be sure to register while there.) Solo Travel Holiday Destination-SE Asia: Every summer I start thinking about Christmas and New Year’s looking for the best solo travel packages to avoid the dreaded “Home Alone for the Holidays”.  I have found one of the best travel options for singles is via a river cruise abroad. It is ideal for having a set group of new friends to have meals with and go…

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Holiday Solo Travel-River Cruises: As the year comes to an end, one of the recurring questions for solos is how we will spend the holidays.    Although then-child actor Macaulay Culkin made us laugh through the blockbuster comedy,”Home Alone”, and its sequel, not many singles are looking forward to being a “Group of One” during the holidays as Christmas, Hanukkah and New Year’s approach.With last minute shopping and year-end work deadlines, I have found a river cruise is one of the best ways for a great holiday without spending hours of preparation. In 2013, I went upriver on the Amazon in…

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Solo Safari? Why It Can Be Your Best Holiday Ever! Solo safari: why joining an African tour on your own could be your best holiday ever. Posted by Jo Duxbury on May 14 2015 in African Safaris A small group tour, like many of the ones we offer here at African Budget Safaris, can be perfect for solo travellers.  Here’s how to make the most of it:  Sign up for a short safari first to see if it’s for you. A week or 10 days is enough time to adjust to being on your own in a group, and for the group…

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*A Guest Post by Heeral Mehta who resides in Dubai. Now one of the top places for single travel vacations, see below to learn more about how to reach him at “Royal Canin Kitten” where pets share in the luxury for which Dubai is known. The best places to travel alone in Asia are sometimes those no one has heard about. They may  not even be on any maps! Asia is especially ideal for solo female travelers. It offers diversity and can be safer than many other destinations when following reasonable precautions. Most Asian countries have significantly less terrorism. The…

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Senior Holidays-#SoloTravelTips: As the holidays approach, it can be hard to find the right place to celebrate as a senior. Solo travel can be a good choice. However, travel for one can be “one for the price of two”. As a Baby Boomer, I have taken a wide variety of solo trips for the holidays. I have gone to the remote Amazon UpRiver in Brazil. I started the day swimming in the Amazon River. Luckily, I was able to avoid any piranhas celebrating with a well- placed snack on fellow tourists! On the opposite end of the spectrum, I had…

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 Holiday  Solo Travel Deals-No Single Supplements: Avoiding 7 Mistakes on Holiday Solo Travel: As the holidays approach, not unexpectedly increased traffic is expected to pick up. In the United States, Thanksgiving has been the most heavily traveled date. As we are approaching that holiday on Nov. 25, 2021, travel restrictions resulting from the pandemic continue to evolve. While many are easing entry requirements, New Zealand for one has taken a step back. In the interim, positive news as to potential new treatments for the coronavirus give a sense that there is light at the end of the tunnel albeit not…

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A Guest Post by Aussy Aportadera Seniors Traveling Solo-Top Single  Vacation Spots     After retirement, the activity that tops most people’s bucket lists is travel. Traveling has proven to offer a variety of health benefits, including healthier hearts and better mental health. If your retirement plans include traveling and going to places you’ve never seen before, then here are some of the top destinations for single senior vacations. Where to Find the Best Places for Top Senior Singles Vacations Alaska The state of Alaska offers many destinations for those who love nature and outdoor activities that seniors can enjoy…

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Croatia-Singles Vacations Beyond Dubrovnik: Croatia is one of the northern most countries that split from the former Yugoslavia in the late twentieth century. It is on the East Coast of the Adriatic Sea. Across from Italy, their history has been intertwined. As a result, they share much of the elegant architecture and style of southern Europe. The majority of the population lives in the second largest city, Zagreb.  While Croatia is increasingly popular, it is still being discovered by global tourists drawn by its: long and complex history natural beauty and varied cuisine and local wines.   Solo Travel Croatia-Three Regions…

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Avoiding 7 Mistakes on Holiday Solo Travel: As the holidays approach, not unexpectedly increased traffic is expected to pick up. In the US, Thanksgiving has been the most heavily traveled date. As  we are approaching that holiday on Nov. 25, 2021, travel restrictions resulting from the pandemic continue to evolve. While many are easing entry requirements, New Zealand for one has taken a step back. In the interim, positive news as to potential new treatments for the coronavirus give a sense that there is light at the end of the tunnel albeit not immediately. For solo travelers heading out in 2021,…

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Cheap Singles Vacations-Undiscovered Europe: While there are many solo travel deals with no single supplements or low single supplements, the travel industry offerings in general are still priced based on couples and pairs. The greatest disparity takes place when advance cruise deals give couples a fifty percent discount. So a $5,000 vacation package with a fifty percent single supplement means that single travelers would pay $7,500. However, if the tour operator offers advance sales promotions with “two-for-the-price-of-one” couples/pairs each pay $2,500 per person. In that case, a solo traveler would have paid three times as much. Fifty percent single supplements…

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Europe Off-Season for Top Solo Travel Deals, a Guest Post by Jessica Fender* There are more than 50 countries in Europe with their cultural characteristics, values, languages, ​​and, of course, architecture and history. When traveling in such a democratic way in terms of cost as a bus tour, you can see several countries and not just from the bus window. After all, we can help you find walking tours that can tell and show the most interesting and iconic places. Explore the Best of Europe There are many offers to travel through old Europe. By asking yourself these simple questions,…

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Top Solo Travel Deals for Holidays: Say goodbye to staying home alone for the holidays while trying to keep a low profile. I once made the mistake of treating myself to a holiday feast at the Four Seasons. It seemed very chic until I recognized friends arriving in a group while I considered hiding behind a potted plant! I have since come up with better ways to enjoy the holidays without being a “party of one”. Here are the top picks from my own adventures traveling alone from Thanksgiving to Christmas/New Year’s as well as spring break. Since prices may…

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Top Solo Travel Deals-Singles Vacations-49 Options:  Insiders’ Update: As 2021 is coming to a close, we are looking at year-end plus 2022 top solo travel deals. Here are 49 of those we recommend for a special look! For 1,000+ tour, cruise and lodging providers with more than 20,000 trips, go to our free search tool, the Solo Travel Pricing Tracker. Top Solo Travel Deals-Singles Vacations-49 Options: In 2021-2022, there are unheard of cheap solo travel packages for cruises with no to low single supplements. Check out what we found on “Cruises with No to Low Single Supplements“. 2022 UnCruise Adventures:…

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Cheap Solo Travel Deals-Costa Rica-Central America :Each year Costa Rica is one of the top solo travel vacation choices. Why? Costa Rica provides four very different singles vacations. Historical/cultural tours. A good place to start is in the capital city of San Jose by exploring an array of museums. My favorite was the Museo de Oro (“Museum of Gold”). In addition to ancient figures from pre-Columbian times, fashionistas will love the Museum gift shop. They sell copies of the solid gold artifacts made into jewelry and earrings for souvenirs and gifts to family and friends. Few historic buildings remain from…

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France Top Solo Travel Deals: Adventures Off the Beaten Path   Ernest Hemingway famously said: “If you are lucky enough to have lived in Paris as a young man, then wherever you go for the rest of your life it stays with you, for Paris is a moveable feast.” However, beyond the “City of Light”, there is an entire countryside to explore with cheap solo travel deals, top French food and wine and Medieval and Renaissance architecture. Some people visit France simply because they consider it one of the most beautiful places in the world, with excellent food and hundreds of…

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