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Benefits of Solo Travel


With a whole world to explore and no time to waste, solo travel is on the rise, and for good reasons. Although there are downsides, the benefits of solo travel may outweigh the cons for some people. Keep reading to find out some of the top benefits of traveling solo!



Doing exactly what you want

One of the top benefits of traveling alone is being able to do anything you want, whenever you want! There is no need to coordinate plans with another person to pick activities that both of you will like, so you can do all of the things you think will make the trip the most enjoyable. It can be a lot easier to make the trip worthwhile when you don’t have to compromise on your plans or spend time somewhere you don’t want to be.


Meeting new people

Traveling alone can also make a lot more room for meeting new people and having new experiences. When traveling in groups or with other people, it can be much easier to stick with the people we came with, while traveling solo allows you the chance to talk to locals and meet new people that you may not have met otherwise. Plus, there are plenty of ways to safely interact with strangers, so you don’t need to worry too much about feeling unsafe.


Understanding yourself

Another benefit to solo travel is the opportunity to become more familiar with yourself. Slowing down and conquering a new city by yourself can leave you with time to reflect on yourself and slip away from distractions. Learning what you want to do and who you are when alone can be an enlightening experience and will likely have you feeling as though you understand yourself better afterward, especially if you usually operate on a busier schedule or are constantly surrounded by other people.


Stepping outside of your comfort zone

You may also find yourself experiencing personal growth through stepping out of your comfort zone. Traveling alone can push you to be more independent, as you will need to figure out more by yourself. Figure out problems and navigating stressful situations alone may require you to do things you usually would not be comfortable doing, which can be scary but may lead to immense growth and adventure.



If you are ready to take a solo trip, reach out today! Start your journey by filling out the Design My Trip form.


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