Janice and Tracey travel very differently. Here, they offer their best solo travel advice from their different perspectives.
Students and youth have many ways to save on travel. Don’t let money slip through your hands. Grab all those discounts and travel more.
Whether you’re planning a summer weekend getaway or a multi-week trip, here are my best destinations for summer solo travel.
Here’s why you want a VPN for travel, what to look for in a VPN service and an easy guide to setting up a VPN on your phone, computer or tablet.
Traveling with medications, especially long-term travel, takes a bit of thought. Here are our readers top tips on how to manage medication while traveling.
No finding SIM cards country-to-country, no going over your limit… Here are options and apps to easily use your phone anywhere in the world.
Five destinations in North America. Five destinations in other parts of the world. All of them great for first time solo travelers.
Sometimes you just want to drive… and then fly home. But then what to do with the car? Here are some options for cheap one-way car rentals.
Every time I travel solo to a new city I have to prepare myself. It’s not easy but it is exciting. Here are my do’s and don’ts for new city success.
Travel companies are constantly packaging deals for us to consider. But are they the right deals? Sometimes pay-as-you-go travel is the better way to go.
Tasting olive oil in Lombardy is an absolute pleasure. Tasting fresh olives – not so much! A tour of Frantoio Montecroce provides a delicious lesson.
Not enough money to go traveling? Cut your costs by earning money as you go. Here are 12 ways to make money as you travel.
You’ve had a great time south of the snow and cold. It’s time to come home. Here’s what snowbirds returning home need to know.
Yes, I’m planning a trip to Ireland. Here’s why and here’s the basic layout of my 10 day journey.
These travel essentials make travel easier and safer. In my opinion they are not optional but necessary. Fortunately, they are also cheap, free or better than free!
Sometimes travel isn’t just vacation, but a combination of business and pleasure. Here are 5 tips to make the most of solo bleisure travel.
I’m frequently asked: Do I need travel insurance? My answer is yes. But I also offer you the thoughts of 6 bloggers from 6 different countries.
It’s that time of year. We’re once again updating the Solo Traveler Accommodation Guide and we’d love your input. Plus, we have news! Read on.
No credit cards? No problem. Here’s how to travel without a credit card and, bonus, it will help you stay within your budget.
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.