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Planning a big solo trip, where should I go?

I hope to travel in late Oct / Nov and will be travelling solo. I don't mind joining a tour group for a week or so at the destination and am more interested in people, culture, art, nature and scenery than sun or great beaches. I'm open to literally ANY destination(s) but it must be safe for a solo traveller. I will have 2-3 weeks to travel. Toying with Guatemala, Ecuador, Argentina or east to Vietnam or Cambodia. Would really appreciate any advice.

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  • Jared Huntley

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    Completely different and much closer, I would highly recommend Iceland. You'll find nowhere safer and more stunning than the small island nation. Travelling solo for 2-3 weeks would really get you immersed in the culture and natural splendour of the place. Icelanders are friendly and you can easily make friends on the road.You could discover sleepy little fishing villages, climb some glaciers and stay in amazingly scenic cabins. Plus at that time of year you might catch the northern lights! I've written a little about Iceland here.

    Update! - full Iceland itinerary can be found here!

    Alternatively, New Zealand has amazing things to see and do!.

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    How about Tanzania? Meet remarkable people,Volunteer,Learn Swahili,Take a safari,get some traditional blessing from the Masai warrior Leader,Take a bus ride from Moshi to Dar es-Salaam and Explore,Try the local cuisine,collect items, precious stones,get a boat to Unguja and relax on white sandy beach.General Trippy Media

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      Sounds wonderful. Thank you · (0 likelikes)

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  • Paulie Loquacious

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    Maria, if you find yourself in South America, I highly recommend finding time to visit Peru. I can recommend a small group travel organization by the name of Overseas Adventure Travel (out of Boston, USA), because it goes beyond typical group travel and becomes more experiential (e.g. stopping impromptu, picking potatoes with farmers in the Sacred Valley of Peru at 3600 m altitude, sharing Chicha [corn beer] with farmers), and they use guides who are locals with near-impeccable English skills. Moreover, the Sacred Valley of the Incas with Cusco as its base and Machu Picchu as the draw is a MUST for anyone! Macchu Picchu is truly everything it was cracked up to be, but moreover, the other places absolutely blew me away: Ollantaytambo, Pisaq, etc. The Sacred Valley deserves a week for itself. Lima, the capital, is a rather typical large city in Latin America (islands of affluence surrounded by the gritty city), but there are worthwhile spots there. I will definitely make my way back to Peru one day, and I can't recommend it enough. Safety is based upon common sense--check out a Lonely Planet guide for tips on traveling in Peru. General Trippy MediaGeneral Trippy MediaGeneral Trippy MediaGeneral Trippy Media

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      Ooooh it sounds wonderful! Thanks Paulie, definitely on my list. · (0 likelikes)

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  • Quinn Nguyen

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    Regarding your trip plan I would like to recommend to do the following itinerary

    1st Stop: Ho Chi Minh City, Mekong Delta
    ( South of Vietnam )

    2. Hue & Hoi An (Ancient city of Vietnam ) - Da Nang - Nha Trang (Best Beach area of Vietnam located in Mid of Vietnam.

    3. Hanoi ( Capital of Vietnam - Plenty tour to do in here with many villages and places to explore ) - Halong Bay Vietnam ( best place in the whole country - a must visit place) - Sa Pa District ( Up north to the mountain - best choice for trekking and getaway from the city ) - Hoa Lư District & Tam Coc (Another Ancient Capital of Vietnam)

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      Thanks Quinn, sounds great · (0 likelikes)

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    Certainly I wouldn't have any hesitation in going to Argentina. I did a much longer trip that included a National Geographic cruise down the western coast of Costa Rica and transited the Panama Canal. I followed that with a solo 2 week trip through South America. I started in Rio de Janeiro for a few days and then flew to Iguazú Falls (stay in one of the hotels in the national parks to get access to the park after the day trippers have left, I stayed at the hotel on the Brazilian side). While there I also took a day trip with a driver to the Jesuit Missions in Argentina. I then flew to Buenos Aires for a few more days before taking the ferry across to Colonia del Sacramento and onward to Montevideo.

    In each city it is well worth organising a one on one walking tour with a local guide, use TripAdvisor to seek them out. They will take you into places that you might not feel comfortable going on your own and expose you to more of the local culture. This was especially true of my photography tour into La Boca in Buenos Aires where we visited the volunteer fire station.

    Given dates in October and November you might also consider going to Patagonia (Argentina) and take a short cruise through the fjords in Chile and/or out to Cape Horn.

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      Thanks so much Mark, this trip is definitely on my list! · (0 likelikes)

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      I can provide info on the tour guides I used in Rio and Buenos Aires if you want them. · (0 likelikes)

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    Cambodia and VietnamVietnamimage from ferenc.bizVietnamVietnamVietnamimage from en.wikipedia.orgCambodiaimage from chilloutspots.com is very doable in 2-3 weeks and destinations where you will be totally safe. You have lot's of good tours on offer there with companies like G Adventures and Intrepid travel, just to mention a couple of the well known international group tour operators.

    Both Vietnam and Cambodia are really interesting in terms of culture and adventure and the food is fantastic.

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      Thank you Claus, it looks really wonderful. · (0 likelikes)

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  • Oleg Korzhov

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    hi, Maria

    my advice will be 2-fold. if you are an adventuros type, then buy a means of transportation somewhere in Mexico and go South. Or any country in Central America where the prices for second-hand cars a more accessible. Any car will suffice as long as it will securely endure a several thousand kilometers trip on relatively quality road surface. This way you'll save the bus fare money and will be able to stop wherever you please.

    Most of the countries in the region have that Panamericana, which is the Pan-American motorway, it is high quality and if you would like to veer off it, you'll always find a road decent enough and with historical sites / places of interest nearby. go down south as long as you please, make sure you or your car blend with the environment just fine - nothing flashy is enough. prices of petrol are low enough there,the accomodation will pleasantly surprise you, too. the food, drinks and ... miscellaneous are very much affordable and mostly of varieties. Learn some Spanish, make sure you know how to ask 'may I? and good / bad / I like it / do you like it - kit, where are you from. people mostly stick to these conversational destinations anyway.

    if the car / money / time take you to as far away as, say, south of Peru - that will be a tour that you are likely to remember for ... a very long time. The car - have an add on the net that you sell it at a dump price at the final destination point. The air fare that you can find on the net should be affordable enough so that the money for the car should cover it.

    (a lot) less economical, but, probably, safer is the trip to Spain and Portugal. Both countries provide travellers with variety of landscapes, cuisine, historical sites. The roads are excellent, accomodation depends on what you can / are prepared to pay, from students dorms to ... hilton, whatever. watch a football game and a bull fight, get to dance at a flamenco night, no matter how ungainly it might seem to you, dive into it. And make as much love as will be dished your way by the Biggest Friend of Us All, of course - on both destinations.

    All the best,

    Oleg

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      Thanks Oleg, I love the sound of the long distance car trip in South America · (0 likelikes)

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  • Moira Judith Mann

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    Hello Maria,

    I have traveled to Vietnam on my own several times. I was a woman in my 60's when i traveled there.

    For culture, I recommend Hue and its surrounding hills with many temples, etc. The food in Hue is quite good in its small restaurants (you can get recommendations from locals) and an inexpensive but clean hotel is Than Thien (The Friendly Hotel). You could mention my name, Judith Mann if the owner is there as I helped him with a few things. Its best to hire a guide because of the distances between sites. Hope you are comfortable on the back of a motorcycle for this. You can contact my friend, Mr. Hao Nguyen Van. You can contact him through FB. Enjoy! p.s. I have published a book that will take you off the beaten path all over Vietnam that you can find on Amazon, "Spirit Realms of Vietnam" Volume 1; Volume 2 for context essays.

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      Thanks so much Moira, definitely on my list! · (1 likelikes)

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  • Judi Garner Farkas

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    I have travelled solo extensively and feel safe all over the world except in certain parts of the Middle East. For the things you are looking for, here are some thoughts: cruises, especially riverboat cruises, are excellent ways for solo travelers to see a lot of culture quickly, safely, and with minimal stress. Many have trips that waive single supplements for solo travelers, and those which have open seating at meals will be the easiest on which to meet other travelers. You might consider Uniworld's riverboat cruises (they also do Asia which will have warmer weather than Europe that time of year) or Lindblad's Galapagos cruise followed by Machu Picchu or other South American destination. Companies will usually give a discount to returning travelers so if you combine cruises (two 8 day cruises for example) you can often find good savings. Good cruise lines go out of their way to make solo travelers comfortable (solo traveler receptions, dinner at the captain's table, etc) so you are able to meet people easily.

    Three weeks is enough to an extensive tour of China. If you start in the north and work your way south you should have beautiful weather all the way.

    I also love Southeast Asia. Laos and Cambodia are particular personal favorites, but all of Asia is fascinating and relatively safe. Vietnam is also quite interesting. You could easily do a large taste of all three countries in 3 weeks.

    Since you seem interested in South America, maybe consider Chile which has extraordinary landscapes (Atacama Desert Minerals S.A. to Patagonia (Argentina)), interesting cities, great food and lovely, friendly people. I don't know how large your budget is, but if you have room for some luxury check out the Explora hotels. They're terrific for single travelers and they give you a high end all-inclusive experience in interesting remote areas of the country.


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      Thanks so much Judi, great ideas and advice there! · (0 likelikes)

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    Camiño de Santiago!!!!! Just amazing!!!!

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  • Jaykant Saini

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    Rajasthan and Kerala are safe for solo travel and as per your desire.

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    Do yourself a favor and visit Cuba. It's not like other places, and the people are friendly and loving. Plus it's so safe you won't believe it.

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    Maybe Rajasthan, India. Its great in Indian winters.

    You can witness art, culture, people, scenery.

    With many ancient Hindu Palaces, the Great Indian Thar Desert, you can do a desert safari and also Ranthambore National Park which has the highest density of tigers in India.

    It would be safe for a solo traveler being a woman, just try and be dressed up little Indian (covered legs and arms)

    Jaisalmer - known as the Golden City

    Jodhpur - Known as Blue city

    Jaipur - known as pink city

    from Jaipur you can even visit Taj Mahal

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    I spent three weeks going through Vietnam & Cambodia as part of a 5 week journey taking in Thailand & Malaysia as well and thoroughly enjoyed it. It pretty much ticks all the boxes of things you say interest you and, on the whole, the people are lovely. I'm a pretty poor blogger but did complete my account on this part of the trip.

    http://www.tottsontour.co.uk/the-orient-expressed/map-links

    The inspiration for my intinerary came from

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    though I ended up using all modes of transport, not just trains

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    How fortunate of you to explore our lovely mysterious planet. I heartily recommend Costa Rica as it is very irish friendly and popular with women solo too. There are also quite a few irish here as working in english lends itself to that here. As a traditional tourism culture the Ticos are accustomed to enjoying casual company with new friends over pints and fried potatoes anywhere anytime, having a secret love of english language conversing and learning from genuine foreigners.

    The country is small enough to get a good experience in a short time with many dramatic and well groomed wilderness areas. There are high remote mountains, active volcanoes and hot springs and enormous undeveloped areas with friendly indigenous tribes like the Terraba people. The classical europeanized central valley is developed with its grand architecture, production and government areas and suburbs with many activities.

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    There are many small outlying communities dependendant on visitors for fruit, cheese and nut sales as well as locally grown coffee and chocolate considered the finest in the world.

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    Of course there are amazing adventures awaiting the brave soul like jungle treks and canopy or waterfall rappeling and ziplines superman style to boat tours of rivers full of wildlife including monkeys, crocodiles, parrots and sloths as well as gorgeous beaches and quaint working fishing communities with exquisite fresh foods from the sea to savour just an hour away from the city scape and the main airport.

    The country has great bus transportion all over for relatively cheap fares or flying is also an option. Four wheel drives are for rent all over too and you may even rent motorcycles.

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    There are a lot of tourist related infrastructures available including the best hospitals and dental care facilities many rivaling the best countries in the world. Hostels of high quality and apartments for rent for modest prices, (work stay programs and caretakers or temp opportunities can be found scanning Craigs List) also make your stay possible for extended comforts anywhere in the country. See my blog for more info and pictures.

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      Wow thanks Richard, definitely going on my list! · (0 likelikes)

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  • Lynn Farrell

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    Maria, I pretty much go everywhere solo (except I'm taking a tour to Turkey this fall...). I'm sure you've seen most of Europe, but have you thought of the US? Alaska in the summer is gorgeous; Maine & the Maritime Provinces of Canada are gorgeous; our National Parks are really something else (I was just up in Yosemite... stunning!). Otherwise Cambodia & Angkor Wat; Singapore; have you been to Iceland? Its practically in your back yard. I loved it there, & the people are so nice! Ecuador is supposed to be nice... lots of expats from many countries live there, so it can't be dangerous. Costa Rica is lovely. Whatever you do, have fun & don't worry... people are usually pretty nice the world over.

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      Thanks Lynn, I have travelled through most of US and love it. Thanks for great advice. If you haven't been to Turkey before it's amazing. Backpacked through the country in my 20's.😀 · (0 likelikes)

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    I am currently travelling along the ruta dos emocoes in Brazil's wonderful north, with my wife and our 6 year old daughter. Check out places like Jijoca de Jericoacoara and Parque Nacional dos Lençóis Maranhenses. It IS as stunning as it appears to be from the pictures on the Internet. You could move on then from Sao Luis to Belém and down the Amazon to Manaus.

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    Hi, Cuba is a very safe, interesting, friendly, affordable & safe place to tour alone or with a group! Happy to help you plan a trip, I am Cuba Specialist for 15 years! Kris Kurtossy

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    Is anything SAFE anymore? I really liked the Australia Outback myself. Saw real Aborigines and had my picture taken with the Medicine Man ...he was pretty scary and authentic

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    Hi Maria,

    If you're looking for a destination which combines interesting people and places with beautiful scenery, you should come to Israel.

    If you like hiking, you can take the Israel National Trail which is an excellent way to see our beautiful country. I know many people who took the trail by themselves. If you need any help during your hike, you can use the trail angels, people who are voluntarily help hikers by bringing water supply and offering their homes (you can have dinner with them and sleep there as well). You can read about the trail in the following links:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Israel_National_Trail

    http://www.israeltrail.net/preparation.html

    http://adventure.nationalgeographic.com/adventure/trips/best-trails/worlds-best-grail-trails/#/israel-national-trail-hike_56712_600x450.jpg

    http://www.israelnationaltrail.com/INTForum.aspx

    If you need any help, you can to me. You are also invited to stay with my family for a weekend.

    Best,

    Lily


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      Brilliant information, thanks Lily · (0 likelikes)

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