There is a tour for doing almost anything for solo travelers. You can bike, hike, fish, bird watch, dance, drink, play music, meditate, lose weight, fall in love, or just get some time to yourself. As traveling solo tends to be more expensive than traveling in a group, most solo travelers tend to stick to third world or cheaper destinations. Whether they are there to meet people or just get away from them, an entire world of options awaits.
- Serengeti, Tanzania
Good infrastructure, a wide variety of tours, loads of other travelers make this once in a lifetime sight one of the easiest for solo travelers to see on the entire continent.
- Sydney, Australia
Make some friends at your hostel at Kings Cross, then go out to explore the beaches, nightlife, Macquarie Street, and the Opera House together.
- Cuzco, Peru
It’s hard not to meet people in South America’s traveler epicenter. From the peace and tranquility of the Andes, to the vibrant bars and clubs surrounding the Plaza de Armas, Cuzco is everything a solo traveler could want.
- Bora Bora, French Polynesia
If paradise is your first thought when planning a solo vacation, look no further than Bora Bora. Just a few tiny strips of land surrounding a stunning lagoon that is more tranquil than the beaches of Fiji and more pristine than those of Tahiti.
- Antigua, Guatemala
With more language schools per capita than anywhere else in the world, it’s no wonder Antigua is a favorite stop on the gringo trail for solo travelers. When not studying, you and your classmates will climb volcanoes, hike, go drinking, and visit with the remnants of the Mayan culture.
- Katmandu, Nepal
Whether you’re here to climb Mount Everest, hike the Anapurna Circuit, or drink beer from the world’s highest brewery you will be in the company of many others. Katmandu, deep in the Himalayas, has one of the world’s most international tourist atmospheres.
- Oahu, Hawaii
Whether you want complete relaxation in a pristine natural setting or the opportunity to meet a vibrant assortment of travelers from all over the world, Hawaii’s most populated island has you covered.
- Red Sea, Egypt
For a little R&R and five star luxuries, gorgeous beaches and fine services, try the Red Sea. It’s desolate enough to be quiet, but lively enough that you won’t grow board.
- Phi Phi Islands, Thailand
These idyllic islands near Phuket were the scene of the enchanting scenes from the backpacker favorite The Beach, where one man’s solo search goes astray. Vertical rock faces rise right out of the water hiding tiny coves, caves, and tiny beaches of legends.
- Sante Fe, New Mexico
The serenity of the desert is matched by nearby Japanese Health Spas and Yoga Retreats. Where spirituality and nature meet.