It can be easy to spend a whole trip hanging out with other travelers, but wasn’t the point of travel to experience other cultures? This section shows you how to connect with locals.
3 Keys for Picking the Perfect Vacay City
Everyone has preferences as to what kind of vacation will suit them best - here are 3 key questions to ask yourself when you're planning that perfect solo excursion but aren't sure what city to choose.
5 Tips for Walking the City
Solo travel days can get you up and moving, but sometimes just planning to walk it can make for the best solo travel of all.
Benefits of House Rentals in Solo Travel
One of the best experiences you can have as a solo traveler is finding yourself becoming a part of the neighborhood you’re visiting. There are few better ways to do this than using a vacation rental, where you rent a house and take in the view from a front porch rather than the hotel balcony.
Boston Duck Tours
Boston - known for cannoli at Mike's Pastry, Kelly's roast beef sandwiches, Faneuil Hall, and tea parties - but have you seen it by Duck? On your next trip to Beantown, do yourself a favor and jump on a Duck Tour. It's the best way to see everything you need to see in Boston.
Camping Solo - Why To Go and How to Plan
Camping doesn't have to be just for families and friends. Camping can be a great getaway even if you're going solo.
Find the Perfect Place to Eat on the Road
Finding the perfect place to eat on the road doesn't have to be a challenge when you use OpenTable.com!
Solo Camping Essentials - What to Pack
When you're taking a solo camping trip, it's important to be prepared so you can have a great time. Use this quick list to do your shopping, raid your garage, or to ask camping friends for loaner equipment.
Solo Travel - The Holidays at Home
When the holiday plan is definitely staying home, there are still solo travel opportunities to take advantage of that will keep you in the holiday spirit without breaking your budget.
Solo Travel By Car - With Dogs
Most of the time when people travel without their dogs, they spend a pretty healthy chunk of change on boarding their pets, getting house sitters, or finding alternate arrangements for them. You can travel by car with your dogs and make them a part of your vacation memories.
Solo Travel Staycations
The buzz word for summer 2008's vacations was definitely the “staycation” - and solo travelers, too, can find ways to enjoy this less expensive alternative to taking a break from it all.
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You have a sense of adventure that is leading your eyes to the hills and mountains. Your heart aches to be in nature, among trees and rolling creeks. You have no one around you who shares this feeling... can you go camping anyway? Of course you can. Read on.
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