These days, traveling solo has gained enormous popularity. The younger generation are fearlessly embracing their adventurous side and dare to embark on their travel journeys alone. For a long time, seasoned travelers and travel writers have supported the marvelous benefits of solo travel. There is certainly a lot to be gained, from heightened cultural awareness, improved wellbeing, to self-discovery and growth. And these are just scratching the surface of the advantages!
Rumi, the well-known poet and avid traveler once said, “travel brings power and love back into your life”. His wise words say yes to the fact that that travel boosts your self-confidence and increases your knowledge of the world. It’s understandable that traveling solo can lead you to miss loved ones. But overall, it gives you the golden opportunity to reflect on the positive and negative aspects of your life so that you work on improving them.
Safety is a main concern for many aspiring solo travelers. We suggest that you start out by selecting countries that rank high on the Happy Planet Index or the Global Peace Index. That does not mean that you should let your guard down! You must exercise caution when exploring unfamiliar places to get the best out of your travel experience.
To help you get started, here are our top five destinations for solo travel:
Switzerland is one of the safest countries in the world – a perfect destination for solo travel adventures. Pack warm and comfortable clothes and a good pair of hiking boots. When you get there, make sure to purchase a Swiss Rail Pass, and use them when boarding on lake streamers, trams and trains in the country. Explore the Interlaken, Zurich, Geneva, Lausanne, Lucerne and Montreux, before going to Ticino – an Italian-speaking region, to admire the wondrous sights Switzerland offers.
2. New Zealand
An extremely safe and tourist-friendly destination, New Zealand is also a land full of epic adventures. Take part in outdoor activities that range from bungee jumping and skydiving to hiking on the iconic Milford Track. If you simply want to relax and commune with nature, head out to the snow-capped peaks, sparkling coves, rainforests, fjords, and many other natural wonders.
Japan attracts tourists who are intrigued by its unique culture, fashion, and natural beauty. Begin by exploring the dynamic metropolis of Tokyo for a few days before hopping on a bullet train to Kyoto. You’ll passes by Mount Fuji along the way. From modern hotels to splendid ryokan inns, Kyoto’s accommodation options are just perfect for solo travelers. Spend your time by quietly meditating in Zen gardens, taking a dip in hot springs, and filling your palate with world-class Japanese cuisine.
A popular tourist-friendly destination in North America, Canada boasts awe-inspiring scenery, vibrant cities, and a safe and welcoming atmosphere. Canada’s vast land is covered with virgin forests, national parks, incredible mountains, and spectacular coastlines – perfect for solo travelers keen on exploring the glorious outdoors.
You can never go wrong with discovering Stockholm, Sweden’s capital. This stunning city is compact, making it easy to navigate on foot or by bike. Soak in the beauty of the parks, or get a different perspective of other landmarks by sea kayaking. Visit the museum, have a bite at any of Stockhom’s fabulous outdoor cafes and go shopping. What’s more, indulge in a quintessential Swedish outdoor experience by trekking or relaxing by the lakes in the far north.
Go to tripsavr to book the best deals on hotels, car rentals, and activities available in any of these destinations!
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