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Cost-efrective ways to embrace my dream of full-time travel, including homestays, hospitality exchanges, house-sitting or volunteering in trade for free accommodation.
Guest writer Anna Hobbs shares her fulfilling experience hiking the Jura Crest Trail, the gentle long-distance hike in Switzerland, that runs parallel to the Swiss-French border.
How a Multiple Sclerosis diagnosis challenged Jennifer Haddow to change her story and trek to Mount Everest, giving her the strength to chase adventure around the world.
Artists see the world differently. They travel differently too. Solo traveller Karen Gershowitz, who has been to more than 90 countries, uses art to connect with the people she meets (and herself) all around the world.
We want you to be safe when you travel again. Join us on January 7 as our panel of experts shares updates with you and answers questions to help you get Travel Ready.
The Camino de Santiago trail in Spain has been well-traveled for decades but guest writer Rebecca Brown reminds solo women adventurers that safety should always be at the forefront when traveling.
In the first installment in a new New Zealand series, Editor Amanda Burgess chronicles her two-week solo travel adventure through New Zealand’s South Island – the crazy things she did on her ‘Adrenaline Junkie’ tour, the friends she made, and her insights about this breathtaking country, its people, and herself.
Tita Manice has travelled to over 68 countries, including India, New Zealand, Bhutan and Morocco. Her passion for the uncharted path is equaled only by her passion for small insects – bees – that inspires her to seek out beekeepers and honey around the world.
You may be a solo travel expert, but have you ever hiked Colombia on your own? Contributor Samantha Glauser shares what she learned on her solo adventure through the Colombian rainforest.