6 Best solo travel destinations you must visit alone
The saying goes; You should travel alone at least once in your life time. Why?
Because there exists such magically beautiful places on earth, lively, safe and treasured to the extent that you just can’t miss.
If you think you are travelling alone, you better change the way you think! You’ll be surrounded by other travelers and in no time you will make new friends sharing talks over that cup of tea or a beer and planning the next day trip!
Travelling alone is more like an adventure to discover your true inner self. I personally feel solo travelling is the best way to see the world. Spending hours on beach doing nothing or hoping from one happening place to another, is totally your call.
I bring you today 6 best destinations that you can travel all alone, only and only with yourself!
Worried about your safety? Well, you can then without a second thought book your ticket to Ireland, the 11th safest country in the world.
Sprinkling green and pleasant weather, what else can you ask for?
Must see: Kylemore Abbey, the castle for nuns who fled Belgium during World War I; It is a beautiful castle, a feast to the eye. Ireland’s capital Dublin, Connemara National Park, Gleniff Horseshoe, Ashford castle, Mullaghmore Beach and the list continues. You will for sure fall for this perfect Irish Road trip surrounded by the alluring scenery.
5 Land of Smiles – Thailand
Did you know that Thailand is known to have the happiest people in the world residing?
You will love this land of smiles. Why? Check check!
Thailand is a popular backpacker destination with astounding beaches, blue lagoons, mouth-watering food and Calm Buddhist temples. It is undoubtedly safe when you are travelling in group, like any other place.
You just cannot miss the Khao Sok National Park, Chiang Mai city, buzzing Bangkok, Phuket and the beautiful Thailand Islands and beaches! You can get to some of Thailand’s destinations easily by either taking a bus or simply driving there, however to getting to some of the islands you will have to fly, or take a ferry service such as a Lomprayah ferry. Ayutthaya, the former capital of Thailand is filled with Buddhist temples and amazing scenery. Make sure you try the Thai street food, cheap and tasty.
A Place that will heal your soul!
With general cost of living and uniqueness added, Bali makes up in my list as one of the safest and fantastic place to visit. This buzzing place has spas and massages where you can indulge in the pleasure of relaxation. Famous for organic eateries and of course the spirituality, Bali definitely attracts repeat visitors each year.
The most stunning fact about Bali is the people. Everyone on the island is born from either royalty or a poet or an artist. There is a mini-temple in front of every home in Bali.
Must See: Town of Ubud which is also pretty famous through the book Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert and a movie too! Luxurious beach clubs, Balinese bars, Potato Head beach club, Ayana resort, Uluwatu Temple, Pura Ulun Danu Bratan (Bali’s temple by the lake), Kuta Beach and don’t forget to climb Mount batur at Kintamanu.
Bear is very cheap in Bali. The traditional dishes to try in Bali are Nasi Goreng, satay, Gado-Gado and Martabak.
One of the most captivating places on earth, with unpredictable weather, is the beautiful Scotland, revealing spectacular scenery. The visitors are surrounded by options between the city, Lowland islands, Country side and yes, hidden gems.
Scotland is an extremely safe, gorgeous and local friendly place. The people are very warm and welcoming.
The world famous Whiskey Distilleries, The Spey side way, Cairngorms National park, the Scottish Capital – Edinburgh & the Castle, Art Gallery and Museums, Loch Ness, Jacobite steam Train, Isle of Skye, Glasgow science center and the list is endless!
The World’s Greenest City!
As the sun sets, don’t push yourself in the cosy beds, instead move those butts and go check out the most happening restaurants or greet your fellows at the bars.
Plenty of outdoor fun, live music festivals and a relaxed ambiance, Vancouver in Canada promises the much needed sunshine. It is also a popular filming location with theater and music scenes.
Must See: The best place to start your solo travel here is the Vancouver Art Gallery. The Seawall, fruits from Okanagan Valley, Capilano suspension, Vancouver Aquarium, Stanley Park horse, Sky rail, Harbour cruises and events, Asian pastries, artisanal coffees, Edge water Casino and the refreshing parks!
A relatively safe European city to travel alone, Paris in France has this extraordinary feel that makes it to the top of my list.
Take a walk, a bike tour and meet and greet some new friends around. DO NOT, at any cost, miss the Franglish Exchange event where you can get to learn and meet new people. Sushi bars are a good way to meet single diner.
Must See: Take some time to enjoy the Royal gardens, ride the Bateau Mouche (seeing Paris from a Boat), the world’s favorite, Eiffel Tower and some window shopping. The Louvre, the Musee d Orsay, the Pomidou, Palace of Versailles are the can’t miss ones.