10 Destinations for Solo Travel

From time to time we all need to change the rhythm of a bustling city and spend some time alone in a relaxed atmosphere listening to our soul and body. Going to the countryside is a perfect choice, however, if you need to get away from it all in a more drastic way — take bare essentials, your passport and fly to another country or even continent.

Solo travelers leave their houses to travel alone in search of new experiences and adventures, learning themselves, leaving the comfort zone and making new friends. They are open to exploring everything from old architecture and local cuisine to spending their day in the wild listening to winds and birds. Here are 10 amazing travel destinations where you won’t get bored even when alone.

Whatever question or issue you might have, feel free to ask locals around the world to help and provide travel concierge services.

1. Norway

In pursuit of inward peace and merging with nature, a solo traveler goes to majestic Norway. Take a tent and experience bleak Northern nature as Vikings did only a few hundred years ago and enjoy the famous Norwegian fjords that exist for a dozen thousand (!) years. Sognefjord is the second largest fjord in the world and is 204 km long — go for a picnic on this big “old-timer”. Isn’t it an ideal place to reflect for a while and recharge your batteries?

2. Japan

Japan is an awesome travel destination for a solo trip because of hospitable people living there who will welcome you as if you are their dear friend or a relative. You have a wide variety of trip ideas from quietly admiring breathtaking sceneries to exploring concrete jungles of Tokyo, Kyoto and Osaka. Try authentic sushi, visit ancient temples, enjoy a communal hot spring bath, meditate in a Zen garden or just spend your vacations doing outdoor activities: hiking, skiing and birdwatching.

3. Cuba

For more adventurous vacations, head solo for Cuba. Now it is a safe travel destination where you will be amazed not only by its capital Havana with salsa music on the streets but also by beach resort towns with crystal water and lush palms. Crumbling colonial architecture, Cuban cigars and 1950s Chevys conjure up images of that old Cuba and give it a unique authenticity and unforgettable flavor. Bright colours around you and amazing people will stay in your memory for many years.

4. New Zealand

New Zealand is heaven for solo travelers. First of all, it is a safe place where you will feel comfortable and never worried about your safety. Secondly, New Zealand boasts enchanting wild nature and enjoyable climate. Travel solo to one of its islands to do any (or all) of these activities: zorbing, horse riding, skiing, hiking, kayaking, bungee jumping, skydiving, jet boating, whitewater rafting… Or just discover the settings of the Lord of the Rings films with the friendliest local people on Earth!

5. Kenya

Would you like to add some juiciness to your travel experience? If your answer is Yes, then it is high time you traveled to Kenya! Elephants, black rhinos, buffaloes, lions and leopards are a kind of a natural landmark in Kenya, the so-called “Big Five”. As you understand, it is an ideal place for safaris both in a group or having a private guide to go to the wilderness. Don’t miss the chance to visit Nairobi with its vibrant nightlife and Mombasa to enjoy beaches and seaside resorts.

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