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Advantages of travelling solo


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Advantages of travelling solo

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Advantages of travelling solo

  1. 1. Advantages of Travelling Solo
  2. 2. Introduction • Travelling itself is so beneficial for all of us because it simply expands our horizons and makes us realise the importance of exploring and not living in one place all the time. Travelling on your own has also great advantages for you And , Traveling alone can be inspiring, uplifting, and also practical.If you want to go and travel alone at least once in your life.
  3. 3. Here are 10 advantages of solo travel 1. Trip planning is easier. 2. You're the master of your own schedule. 3. Last-minute changes are A-OK. 4. It's easier to stay on-budget. 5. Getting into the hottest restaurants and performances is a cinch. 6. You're much more open to social experiences. 7. You're better able to absorb your travel experiences. 8. You'll get some reflection time. 9. It's empowering. 10. It makes you a better traveler.
  4. 4. Trip planning is easier. • Getting everything ready for a solo trip — booking flights, making hotel reservations, buying museum passes — is a breeze when you've only got one person to consider. • Far from the tortuous back-and-forth, reply- all email threads of group trip planning, the process is smooth, straightforward, and headache-free.
  5. 5. You're the master of your own schedule. • Once you arrive at your destination(s), your itinerary is yours to control. • Whether you want to laze on a beach clutching a frozen drink or museum-hop for 10 hours a day, only one person can approve or veto your plans: you. • It's a much less stressful experience than deciding everything in a democracy, and makes for a truly relaxing trip.
  6. 6. Last-minute changes are A-OK. • On a similar note, when traveling alone, there's more flexibility for plans to change at the drop of a hat. • If you wake up feeling adventurous, you can hop on a regional bus to visit some far-flung attraction; by the same token, if you feel run down at the end of the day, you can cancel your dinner plans and munch takeout in your hotel room. • There's no one to disappoint when things don't proceed exactly according the agenda.
  7. 7. It's easier to stay on-budget. • Anyone who's ever tried to split a dinner check six ways is intimately familiar with the fact that dining in a group can be far more expensive than eating alone: • Even though you only had a salad and a glass of wine, you end up paying part of your friends' steak-and-cocktail share. • When traveling in a group, expenses can rack up fast as community opinion agitates for that pricier tapas bar, an unexpected snack pit stop, or a late-night beer run. • When you're by yourself, you can stick to planned meals and activities or tuck away your wallet for a while if you go overboard one day.
  8. 8. Getting into the hottest restaurants and performances is a cinch. • One the most compelling perks of traveling alone is the relative ease of securing a reservation at your destination's hottest restaurants. • While getting a table for six might represent a formidable challenge, grabbing a spot at the bar or even a reserved table for one rarely requires much of a fuss. • Similarly, snagging a last-minute ticket to the ballet, opera, or nearly sold-out concert is usually a breeze, compared to the hassle of attending performances en masse.
  9. 9. You're much more open to social experiences. • There's something about being far from your usual environs and the expectations people have of you that opens a person up; • traveling solo, you might very well find that you're more inclined to strike up a conversation at the bar or on the metro or accept an impromptu dinner invitation from a mere acquaintance.
  10. 10. You're better able to absorb your travel experiences • When traveling in a group or even as a couple, it can sometimes be hard to parse how you truly feel about that museum exhibit you saw, that boat ride you took, that conversation you had with a stranger. • The experience immediately becomes a collective one as you share what happened. • When you're on a trip alone, the opposite is true • Because you're your only sounding board, you're much better able to internalize your adventure. • You can really linger over the tastes and textures of your meal or the shades of color
  11. 11. You'll get some reflection time. • A group trip can often be exhilarating, a mile-a-minute blur of fun excursions, inside jokes, and planning sessions that keep you occupied until your head finally hits the pillow at night. • Solo trips, however, lend themselves to a slower, more reflective pace — one that can be incredibly restorative. • As you pass long hours inside your own head — meandering through city streets, zoning out on trains, and grabbing a mid-afternoon nap — chances are you'll work some things out and return to your daily life feeling calm, centered, and ready to tackle personal and professional projects.
  12. 12. It's empowering. • Since that first solo trip, I've continued to find traveling alone to be a transformative endeavor — one that makes me feel capable, independent, and empowered. • Negotiating the sometimes-difficult intricacies of getting around in an unfamiliar place — and drawing upon only your personal resources to do so — is a self-confidence booster that you owe it to yourself to experience at least once in your life.
  13. 13. It makes you a better traveler. • Years of going it alone when traveling have made me a seasoned pro, able to book even complicated, multi-stage trips with ease — and then enjoy them to the maximum once I arrive. • When you're your own travel agent, trips begin to feel less like an organizational nightmare and more like a fun challenge. • So the next time you submit to that group trip — and yes, they can be fantastic — your friends and family will defer to your wisdom and experience.
  14. 14. Conclusion • In this no compromise, no catering. Wake up early; sleep until noon. • Eat at the corner greasy spoon; dine with linen and china. • When you travel solo, not only is your experience unfiltered by the perspective and opinions of your companion, but you can create the journey that reflects your style and preferences, right down to the details. • You can be spontaneous without accounting for anyone else’s feelings. • This trip is your blank canvas. Start painting!