Chile and Argentina are two of richest nations in South America. They are also two of the safest in terms of solo travel. Both are large countries too and travel planning can take quite a bit if effort.
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.
Bali is a massive destination for the solo traveler. There are so many activities here that lend themselves to meeting up with like minded people. It doesn’t matter if you are a yogi or a surfer (perhaps you are both!) you will find other solos to share your experiences with!
Check out our excellent guide to Bali for solo travelers! Discover this awesome island and all it has to offer, including places like Lovina, Kuta and Ubud!
Ok I know what you are thinking. How on earth can these Scando countries be cheap for solo travellers? Well it’s possible. Do not be put off by stories of $15 beers and $50 dorm beds! While this is true to an extent, it’s still possible to have an affordable time in Norway and Sweden.
The way we buy our flights these days has change beyond all recognition from barely a decade ago. The days of popping into your high street or mall travel agency are long gone, although they still exist, somehow!
There are many adventure tour companies that specialize in trips for small groups. Some actually target customers from specific countries and regions. We are going to look at some of the companies that tend to target the English speaking world.
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