4 Serene Destinations for Solo Travelers Around The World


Solo traveling is an experience in itself. You chose what to do when and when to go where! Presenting 4 solo travel destinations to set you out on an adventure!

Fiji, Japan Fiji

Fiji’s crystal clear coastline, ornamented with its serene, tall, quiet palm trees makes the perfect scenic location you would want to delve in for some peace of mind. Hence, it also makes it perfect for a honeymoon destination for every couple. A total of 332 islands, there’s bountiful opportunity to escape the love-birds and find your own paradisal nest. Just 30 minutes’ drive away from the capital city, Suva, the Colo-i-Suva rainforest offers Fiji’s most stunning trekking routes, all soundtracked by tuneful bird life. The exotic fish and soft coral reefs lying beneath Fiji’s waters will impress even the most seasoned of snorkelers.

Paro, BhutanBhutan

For a truly life-affirming independent traveling experience, Bhutan is the place to go. This mystical Buddhist kingdom is famed for its mountainside fortress monasteries and has been opened to international tourists some thirty years ago and it is still relatively unscathed by Western influence.

Alaska, Juneau

Alaska, Juneau

If you’re longing to unplug from the chaos of rest of the world, then Alaska is the place to be in. Just stare into the abyss of the dramatically beautiful glaciers, stroll through national parks one-and-a-half times the size of Switzerland, or just hang loose with the grizzlies. The Tracy Arm Fjord & the orca whales are must visits here.

Queenstown, New Zealand

New Zealand, Queenstown

New Zealand is an incredibly welcoming place to travel, and great for solo travelers looking to meet other solo globetrotters landing here and looking for fun. Hence, the World Economic Forum survey rates it the friendliest nations for foreign visitors. There are affiliated antics to watch and even the bodacious white-water rafting, skydiving, bungee jumping, and black-run ski resorts over the Remarkables mountain range.

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