Solo Travel Solotravel.org is one of the premier resources on the web for those who prefer to travel alone. We have been online since 2004, providing lots of useful tips and advise for the solo traveler. We hope you are inspired by our site and undertake your own solo journey. Main sections of the solo … Read more Solo Travel – Inspiration and Information
Countries with no coronavirus restrictions Updated March 2021. The following countries currently have no health restrictions whatsoever. No PCR tests, no quarantine, no nothing! ALBANIA / EUROPE Albania, in Eastern Europe is open with no covid requirements. Albania is a small, mountainous country in the Mediterranean that is bordered by Montenegro, Kosovo, Macedonia, and Greece. … Read more Where Can I Go?
Thailand is a legendary solo destination and has been from the 1970s when the first intrepid backpackers came to these shores. Thailand has definitely matured into a massively popular destination attracting everyone from the very wealthy from the Middle East to shoestring backpackers from China and other Asian countries. Is Thailand still cheap? Thailand may … Read more Solo Travel Thailand
Laura, aka Global Gym Bunny has been travelling solo around the world for three years. Read her story below on keeping fit travelling. Hey, I’m Laura and I‘ve been travelling solo since… February 2017! Yep, I quit my job of thirteen years, dumped all my belongings in my parents’ loft, packed my remaining things and … Read more How to Keep Fit Travelling
Hiking & Climbing Mt Kinabalu in Malaysia Mount Kinabalu Climb Introduction Welcome to our pictorial guide to climbing the most spectacular mountain in Southeast Asia. Mount Kinabalu stands at 4095m and dominates this part of Malaysian Borneo. Let’s go climb Mount Kinabalu. It is focal point of the Mount Kinabalu National Park, Malaysia’s first World … Read more How to climb Mount Kinabalu
Visiting New Zealand as a Solo Traveler New Zealand is a hugely popular destination for solo travel and backpackers. Many travelers end up heading their after it’s larger neighbor, Australia. The country is split into two main islands and the seasons are the opposite to the northern hemisphere, so summer is from December to March … Read more New Zealand Guide for Solo Travel
Apart from the Galapagos Islands which must be the major pull to Ecuador, unless you’re doing a world tour based on Sash song titles, there are volcanoes jutting out across the land, snow capped peaks and wildlife galore. The capital is bursting with internationals here to learn the language and with the resultant nightlife.