While the prospect of traveling alone may be daunting for some, with advance planning, it can be a road to adventure.
Going on a solo trip isn’t a one-size-fits-all proposition. You may want to explore independently, setting your own pace. You may prefer a cruise or an organized tour, where the itinerary is set for you. Or, you could choose a hybrid experience in which you’re on your own part of the time but you also take advantage of guided tours.
Whatever your style, a Travel Leaders travel advisor can work with you to plan an experience that meets your needs. Here are some suggestions to get you started.
Cities are a natural attraction for people traveling on their own. They’re walkable, with plenty of options for dining and sightseeing. Public transportation makes it easy to explore neighborhoods like New York City’s bohemian Greenwich Village, Boston’s Italian North End or Seattle’s waterfront Ballard district. You’ll find a variety of tours that cover a wide range of subjects, like history, culture and food. Read more