Heading stateside soon? Make sure to drop by Texas! Fellow blogger Dan Bagby provides this month’s solo travel city guide to Austin.
If a Maldives diving trip isn’t in your bucket list, it should be! Nothing can beat watching huge manta rays swim around you. Here’s my experience.
Aside from temples, its floating lantern festival, and digital nomads, there are a lot more Chiang Mai attractions, too. Here are some I recommend.
Thinking of going to Central America? Here are seven reasons to visit Costa Rica.
Traveling to the Philippines for the first time? Here are some Manila solo travel tips to guide you, including where to stay and what to do in Manila.
Heading to Peru to go to Machu Picchu? Here’s my Cusco travel guide to give you an idea of what else you can do in and outside the city.
If you have more than a few days in Bangkok, include the Jim Thompson House in your itinerary. It is definitely one of the must-sees in the Thai capital.
If you love hiking, you should visit Israel. There are so many hiking trails here, and yes, hiking in Israel is safe and easy. Find out why.
There is something for everybody in Indonesia. In this month’s Solo Travel City Guide, find out what it’s like to travel alone in Lake Toba, Sumatra.
Central Park is huge, but it doesn’t mean you won’t be able to appreciate it if you’re only there for a short visit. Here’s what I did there one winter day.
Israel is more than just Jerusalem and Tel Aviv. Head to the Negev Desert and do one of the best things to do there: rappelling!
There is a moment in every traveler’s life when everything seems right, when everything seems perfect. This is the traveler’s high, and I felt it in Nepal.