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Solo Travel

Do you love solo travel? Or do you prefer to travel in a group? If the first sounds like you, you’ll love our articles on fighting the single supplement, staying safe while traveling and making friends on the road.

3 Travel Tips for Mature Women Who Love Solo Adventures (#1 Can Save You $1,000s!)
1 week ago

3 Travel Tips for Mature Women Who Love Solo Adventures (#1 Can Save You $1,000s!)

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Traveling solo and living like a local is a dream many older women share. The thought of immersing yourself in a culture you find fascinating is alluring. However, many mature women never take the plunge, letting their apprehensions override their desires. If you are looking for ways to travel off the beaten path but still feel safe and comfortable, you will enjoy today’s video with Shila Desai! Read More

9 Reasons Why Cruising Is Great for Solo Women Travelers
3 weeks ago

9 Reasons Why Cruising Is Great for Solo Women Travelers

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There aren’t many trip options that are so well suited to solo travelers as cruising. Where else can you go that you have the perfect balance of social interaction and as much quiet personal time as you desire? Read More

8 Tips for Staying Social When Traveling Solo
1 month ago

8 Tips for Staying Social When Traveling Solo

“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did. So throw off the bowlines, sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sail. Explore. Dream. Discover.” — Mark Twain Read More

The Top 5 Reasons to Enjoy Traveling Alone
2 months ago

The Top 5 Reasons to Enjoy Traveling Alone

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Over the past week and a half, I have been traveling some for business and some for pleasure. And, I traveled solo. While that’s not something that bothers me, I know so many women who don’t like to travel alone. Read More

5 “What if…” Fears Women Have About Traveling Alone… and What to Do About Them
2 months ago

5 “What if…” Fears Women Have About Traveling Alone… and What to Do About Them

My first experience with traveling alone was in my 20s. I had just received a degree in comparative religion from the University of Colorado and exploring a mysterious land filled with thousands of gods and goddesses seemed like a great way to spend a few months.  Read More

How Solo Road Trips Can Be Fun at Any Age
4 months ago

How Solo Road Trips Can Be Fun at Any Age

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Are you a Baby Boomer who still enjoys driving? Many people do continue driving into their senior years. It makes so many things more convenient if you drive rather than take another mode of transportation. Read More

Sharing a Cabin on a Singles Cruise? Don’t Make These 7 Horrible Blunders
5 months ago

Sharing a Cabin on a Singles Cruise? Don’t Make These 7 Horrible Blunders

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One of the worst things about taking a cruise alone is having to deal with the dreaded single supplement. As a solo woman traveler, your options are fairly limited. You can either pay 25% to 100% more for the privilege of having your own room. Or, you can find someone to pair up with. Read More

Singles Cruises for Sensible Women: Looking Beyond the Booze and Bravado
5 months ago

Singles Cruises for Sensible Women: Looking Beyond the Booze and Bravado

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When you think about singles cruises, what images enter your mind? Read More

House Sitting in Retirement: Travelling the World, One House at a Time
6 months ago

House Sitting in Retirement: Travelling the World, One House at a Time

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Have you ever thought about how much money is spent on hotel rooms that barely get used while we travel? Would you travel more if your room and board was covered? Today we will talk with author, fashion expert, and the self-proclaimed “Queen of Ageing Disgracefully”, Penelope Whitely as she shares her best tips on how to become a world-travelling house-sitter. Enjoy the show! Read More

4 Reasons Traveling Alone as a Woman Over 50 Rocks!
6 months ago

4 Reasons Traveling Alone as a Woman Over 50 Rocks!

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When I was in my 20s, I sold all of my worldly possessions and bought the cheapest ticket that I could find to India. After completing a degree in Comparative Religion at the University of Colorado at Boulder, I decided to dive into one of the most fascinating cultures on the planet. Read More