Travelling alone can be your own salvation, or, for some people, their worst nightmare. You need a sense of self-preservation, and you have to like your own company and have a sense of adventure. Picking where you go is another dilemma for many.
Dealing with medical emergencies when travelling is always a worry, but becomes much more of a concern when you are travelling solo. If you are on your own and have an accident, or fall ill, everything becomes even more overwhelming.
Are you planning on travelling on your own for the first time? How do you choose the right destination, ensuring that it is solo-travel friendly? We’ve pulled together a checklist of things to think about before you book flights, to help you to make the right decision and book a trip that you’ll feel comfortable taking alone.
Travelling solo can be incredibly exciting and liberating, but it’s also risky. If you’re travelling with a friend or partner, you have someone to rely on, and you can keep an eye on each other. If anything bad happens, you have someone there to
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