Solitary Wanderer is going back to India! This time on the Golden Chariot, a luxury train that explores the south and southwest of India, from Karnataka to Goa. Here’s our itinerary.
Are you planning to visit Brazil? Make sure to check out these Rio de Janeiro solo travel tips to know where to stay, what to do, where to go, and how to keep safe in the Brazilian capital.
Is Tokyo great for solo travelers? Yes, according to Lena of The Social Travel Experiment blog. Here are 5 reasons why it’s recommended to go to Tokyo by yourself.
Have you always wanted to visit Iceland? Find everything you need to know about going there in this Iceland travel guide from a Girls Love Travel member.
Interested in yoga and planning to visit India? Here’s a Rishikesh solo travel guide for you, with tips and safety considerations for women traveling solo.
Do you love cats but can’t take them on your trips? I can relate! Check out my cat lover’s guide to traveling around the world.
Visiting Louisiana? Make sure to spend some time in the Big Easy. There are so many things to do in New Orleans for solo travelers! Here are some of them.
The mountain gorillas in Rwanda were saved from extinction by the efforts of several stakeholders. Here’s what you can do to help with gorilla conservation.
Heading stateside soon? Make sure to drop by Texas! Fellow blogger Dan Bagby provides this month’s solo travel city guide to Austin.
If diving in the Maldives with manta rays is in your bucket list, I can’t blame you. Watching these huge rays swim is surreal! Here’s my experience.
Have you been to Estonia? Tallinn, according to fellow blogger Pretty Wild World, is a good option for solo travelers. Here’s her guest post about traveling there.
Aside from temples, its floating lantern festival, and digital nomads, there are a lot more Chiang Mai attractions, too. Here are some I recommend.