I asked the Solo Travel Society: What is the hardest part of traveling solo? Here’s what they had to say, along with tips for dealing with the tough stuff.
A solo traveler journeys from Australia to New Orleans. Solo at Mardi Gras, he enjoys the parades, the music, the costumes-and ends up live on stage!
The skies turn pink when the flamingos take flight in this photo taken by a Solo Travel Society member in Kutch, in western India.
Who are your solo travel role models? Members of the Solo Travel Society share stories of inspiration, determination, and lifetimes of travel.
This Solo Travel Society member enjoyed the sea, sun, sand, and sunsets on a trip to Seychelles in East Africa.
The setting: a grand palazzo in the Italian countryside of Lombardy. The drink: the delicately bubbly Franciacorta of Berlucchi. If this is a dream, please don’t wake me!
For a completely indulgent solo getaway to enjoy food, wine, and culture at your own pace, consider Washington, DC.
Forlimpopoli, just an hour’s train ride from Bologna, is a beautiful town anchored by a center devoted to the food and wine of Italy.
Solo in Milan, I explore the city my way, enjoy aperitivo, and realize that dreams don’t always take the form that we expect.
A flight delay and a missed train left me with little time. But a lucky meeting with another traveler resulted in this beautiful one hour tour of Bologna.
When travel is the goal, and money is the obstacle, destination may not be the most important factor. Here are some tips for deciding where to go.
The Passports with Purpose 2015 fundraiser is under way! Please help us provide e-readers to 5 schools in Kenya, and get a chance to win prizes yourself.
The rolling hills, fields of grapevines, and early evening sky outside Modena, in the Emilia Romagna region of Italy. Such beauty and serenity.
Oh, Italy. Finally fulfilling a solo travel dream to visit Italy, I begin sharing some of my favorite photos from Milan and the Lombardy Region. Sigh.
Two Solo Travel Society members from two different countries with two different stories of their solo trips to Armenia.
Most of the canals in Bologna are covered. Here is a photo of one of the few that are open and visible – if you know where to look.
It is as important to respect our commitments to work, family, and friends as it is to honor our commitments to fulfilling our own solo travel dreams.
Delicate flowers grow out of the rocky shore of Teslin Lake in today’s Pic of the Week from Tracey’s Canadian road trip.
In this Travel Quote of the Week, Guy Gavriel Kay says that there are no wrong turnings, and by going off track, we may discover where we were meant to be.
Today’s Travel Quote of the Week from Joanne Nussbaum could be a tagline for solo travel: Walk your own path.