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Solo adventure travelers seek out authentic cultural connection, local and off-the-beaten path treasures, language exchange and the kind of flexibility you don’t generally find when travelling with a buddy. Some solo adventure travelers are intimidated by the idea of exploring the world on their own, others jump at the opportunity and some like the idea of seeing incredible destinations with like-minded strangers in a group setting. Travelling on your own doesn’t have to be a frightening experience.
My first solo trip over 18 years ago changed the way I saw the world forever. I started with short city-stays, then graduated to beach holidays, and finally, a 6 week long back-packing trip around Thailand, Laos and Japan became my introduction to the world of adventure solo travel.
If you have questions about travelling solo, let’s put your mind at ease, collaborate, and create the ultimate solo adventure experience.