This photo of a boat heading off into the sunset near Caye Caulker, Belize, was contributed by a member of the Solo Travel Society.
This Solo Travel Society member recommends booking well in advance to attend the incredible Festival of Candelaria in Puno, Peru.
A repositioning cruise can be a great deal. They are also different than most cruises and can be hard to find. Here’s what you need to know and how to book.
What is the meaning of meaningful? We asked members of the Solo Travel Society and they shared the many ways in which solo travel is meaningful to them.
I love checking out street art when I travel. This photo of graffiti in La Rochelle, France comes to us courtesy of a member of the Solo Travel Society.
Inverness, Scotland is the home of the Loch Ness monster. Or, perhaps not. However it is a great destination. Here’s info on how to solo travel Inverness.
The holiday season is coming and the airports will be getting very busy. Here are some tips to help you get through security fast
The desire is great but you have no money to travel. What to Do? Here’s how to think it through and links to 16 posts for greater detail.
It’s time to don your sweater with the leather elbow patches, travel to Ireland, and revel in the past and present of literary Dublin.
Down a small alley in a small town in Bali Janice met this woman having lunch. There is such beauty in simplicity.
From Kemptville to Argyle, from Wolfville to Lunenburg and Halifax, here are the twists and turns of my first solo road trip in beautiful Nova Scotia.
It may be a problem but it can be an opportunity to make some fast cash. Here are 10 tips on how to make money by being bumped from an overbooked flight.
This list may inspire a gift for a traveler you know. Or share it with family/friends and point out something you’d like. Or how about a gift to yourself!
The bluest of blue sky and the whitest of white snow made for a gorgeous backdrop when this Solo Travel Society member visited Les Orres in southeastern France.