Traveling Alone

Solo Traveler Interview: Probe Around the Globe (Naomi)

Solo Traveler Interview: Probe Around the Globe (Naomi)

  For this month’s solo traveler interview I am excited to introduce you to Naomi of Probe Around the Globe travel blog. Naomi is an inspiring and adventurous woman who lives in the Netherlands. Her love of train travel has taken her to some incredible locations including Tibet, Mongolia, and Turkey. Naomi geeks out on […]

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Solo Trip to Portland Oregon – Itinerary for 3 Days

Solo Trip to Portland Oregon – Itinerary for 3 Days

I think of Portland Oregon as a sister city to Austin Texas (my adopted city) and although I still call Austin my official home, I could be tempted to move to Portland….for my summer home. Although I spent a whole month in P-town I know you probably won’t spend that much time there. So, I […]

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13 BEST Places to Travel Alone in Southeast Asia (2019)

13 BEST Places to Travel Alone in Southeast Asia (2019)

Julie from the travel blog Julie Around the Globe is guest author with her article on the best places to travel alone in Southeast Asia. My first solo trip was a backpacking trip for seven months to Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, and Malaysia. But Julie has traveled on her own since 2016 and visited many more […]

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Solo Traveler Interview: Linda on the Run (Linda Malys Yore)

Solo Traveler Interview: Linda on the Run (Linda Malys Yore)

This month our solo travel interview is with Linda on the Run aka Linda Malys Yore. And Linda is literally on the run, as an active triathlete and long time running enthusiast. She’s done half and full marathons. Linda is a baby boomer – she’s 66 years old – and didn’t get into competing in […]

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The Solo Traveler’s Guide to Surviving Japan

The Solo Traveler’s Guide to Surviving Japan

Natoya from the travel blog The Kawaii Traveler is guest author with her advice and tips on traveling to Japan alone. Afraid to travel to Japan by yourself? Fear no more! Natoya’s got you covered with this handy Japan solo travel guide that will give you the knowledge and confidence you need to tour around […]

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Solo Traveler Interview: Nomadic Matt (Matthew Kepnes)

Solo Traveler Interview: Nomadic Matt (Matthew Kepnes)

Today Solo Trips and Tips is kicking off a new interview series with solo travelers around the world. I’ll be talking with a variety of people about traveling solo and getting their best advice and travel tips. I’m happy to introduce Matthew Kepnes of Nomadic Matt travel blog. Before I started Solo Trips and Tips […]

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Meat Cove Cape Breton Boardwalk Hike and Lunch at Chowder Hut

Meat Cove Cape Breton Boardwalk Hike and Lunch at Chowder Hut

Making my way up and down the winding Cape Breton roadway with coastal views of the Atlantic I had no idea what I would find at the end of the road. I knew my desired destination, Meat Cove, but I wasn’t quite sure if I would make it there in my little car. Meat Cove […]

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St Augustine FL Beaches Which is BEST? Shells Surf Fishing Turtles

St Augustine FL Beaches Which is BEST? Shells Surf Fishing Turtles

How did I choose St Augustine, with all these beautiful beaches nearby, to be my home for a whole month? When I searched for a warm climate in the United States for my November road trip from Maine I found the extraordinarily beautiful St Augustine on the northeast Atlantic coast. This town is overflowing with […]

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Hirtle’s Beach Gaff Point Trail Nova Scotia Best Coastal Hike

Hirtle’s Beach Gaff Point Trail Nova Scotia Best Coastal Hike

Hirtle’s Beach Gaff Point hike is my favorite hike in Nova Scotia. So far. A return trip to Nova Scotia is necessary to hike more of this glorious Maritimes province. During a month staying in Bridgewater Nova Scotia I visited many of the South Shore beaches, along with trips to Annapolis Royal, Bay of Fundy, Blue […]

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Drumheller Attractions at Canadian Badlands – Day Trip from Calgary

Drumheller Attractions at Canadian Badlands – Day Trip from Calgary

Looking for the perfect day trip from Calgary, tourists most often think of the Canadian Rockies with panoramic mountain views, gorgeous waterfalls, tons of hiking trails, and beautiful glacier lakes. But one of the best day trips from Calgary is actually in the other direction. Only 130 km (80 miles) from Calgary, the Drumheller Badlands offer plenty […]

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Fullerton Loop Hiking Trail near Bragg Creek Alberta

Fullerton Loop Hiking Trail near Bragg Creek Alberta

Fullerton Loop trail near Bragg Creek in Kananaskis Country is an easy day hike if you are driving from Calgary. What I love about this trail: Beautiful Elbow River views The elevation gain gives me a decent workout There’s plenty of parking at the trailhead     About Fullerton Loop trail Kananaskis Looking for good […]

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Best Solo Travel Tips For Both Men and Women Travelers

Best Solo Travel Tips For Both Men and Women Travelers

Traveling alone may seem intimidating. Try some of these top travel tips to ease any anxiety while traveling by yourself.     Read up on local customs and history You should know the very basics of the history of the place you travel to. When I’m planning a trip to a new country I like to […]

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