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Not so alone on the Camino

Camino de Santiago Solo The Camino de Santiago, as most people know it is actually one of a number of caminos (see the map below!) that all end up in the Spanish city of Santiago de Compostela, in the northwest of the country. This article refers to the most popular Camino known as the Camino… Read More »Not so alone on the Camino

Gay Solo Travel

Solo Travel for LGBT Sadly, whether or not it’s ok to be gay abroad varies wherever you are in the world. In some countries it’s so acceptable there’s barely a need for a scene, whereas in others you can still be stoned to death for what’s perceived as a heinous crime against God (or whichever… Read More »Gay Solo Travel

A Travel Guide to France

Taking a trip to France France remains as one of the most visited tourist destinations in the world. Based on the report released by the {French Government Tourist Office} in 2010, the country attracted 78.95 million foreign tourists. If you’re planning to visit France this year then here are some helpful guidelines for you. Bring… Read More »A Travel Guide to France

Solo Travel News Update

Solo travel has now been online for over 15 years now.We started out in November 2003 and have gone from strength to strength. Back then it seemed that no so many travelers would go solo, but we have a huge increase in solos during this time, and long may it continue. Anyway here is a… Read More »Solo Travel News Update

Solo Travel News Round Up Early May

Welcome to the weekly travel round-up. We have taken some of the most interesting travel news from the world that is applicable to solos! Nepals tourist and trekking industry is under threat The thrill of climbing Mount Everest is an experience that many tourists hope to achieve, from adrenaline junkies wanting to experience Nepal… Read More »Solo Travel News Round Up Early May