5 Best Countries for Solo Travellers

Japan

This collection of stratovolcanic islands is truly a portal to a different dimension and a way of living. Its Tokyo and Osaka cities will amaze you with its automated and pristine outlook, with an eclectic combination of diverse styles and subcultures. Make sure you try something pertaining to black food frenzy, such as black hot dog or squid ice cream.

To rest from the fast pace of Japan’s megalopolises, hop onto one of their bullet trains and head for the old Kyoto. Embrace the tranquility of the Mount Fiji in some of the century old family lodging and mediate in one of their Zen gardens. Finally, try out the real sushi to charge the batteries for a new day.

 We have barely touched upon the small part of these countries’ beauty and touring potential. Hopefully, we have tickled your imagination to try and unravel their hidden nooks. Whichever country you visit, you should follow these 7 easy ways to make new friends while traveling solo.

This article was contributed by Marie Nieves. 

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7 Comments on "5 Best Countries for Solo Travellers"

  1. Amazing place,i like it

  2. I love to travel ,mainly sightseeing

  3. I love the photos! Austria is at the top of my bucket list for my next trip to Europe. I’ve been nearby in Poland and Hungary, and enjoyed the culture and people in both.

  4. wow scenery is extraordinary.
    This scenery is similar as in new
    zealand. I really liked it.

  5. Oh yes, Costa Rica is perfect for a single trip! And Austria aswell – such a relaxed lifestyle.

  6. I’d like to wholeheartedly recommend Nepal as a great solo destination. Even women are safe here. I asked a policeman how bad violent crime is for tourists and he thought for a minute and said, “I’ve only been working here for 6 months so I can’t say.” Not one incident of a violent crime against a tourist in the rather large city, Bhaktapur, in over 6 months. And I know that many tourists do things that could be considered just asking for it, but the Nepali are really kind, hospitable, generous and loving. I don’t see how they can be so kind sometimes.

    I’ve lived here in Nepal for almost 7 years and I have never felt so safe. I’m a retired woman from the US. Great medical care for practically nothing, too.

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