Solo travel is a skill and one that should be constantly honed in order to get the very best out of your experiences abroad. Whether you have not met that special someone, are traveling on business, or just need some "alone time," traveling alone can be completely different than going with a friend.
Traveling solo can teach you so much about yourself and the universe. I highly recommend solo travel to anybody and everybody – whether you are 18 or 80, female or male, introvert or extrovert.
Instead of staying at home because you're afraid of traveling by yourself, hit the road alone and meet the world. These 10 tips for solo travel can give you the confidence boost you might be looking for.
1. Avoid Lodging With a Single Supplement
Some cruise lines and hotels might want 2 people to share the property. If you want it all to yourself, you'll have to pay a single supplement so the travel provider can still make their expected revenue as if you brought a travel partner.
These fees will be revealed before you book. If not, be sure to ask before confirming your reservation.
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