Solo Travellers Blog

MEMORABLE MYANMAR: GUEST POST BY KATE CHARLTON

Hey guys, check out this amazing write-up of our Solo Travellers trip to memorable Myanmar, by the lovely Kate Charlton. It’s our first day in Yangon and it’s been a long old journey to get here. The days seem to meld into one as I’ve flown through... read more

PHOTO DIARY: RIGA

We’re just back from a wonderful weekend in the Latvian capital, Riga, and what a delight this trip turned out to be! Check out the photos below to find out what we got up to in this lively city! We arrived in Riga on Friday around 10pm, so we headed to Easy... read more

WHEN AND WHERE TO TRAVEL: 2017 sorted!

With so much choice out there in the big wide world, knowing where to go and when can be tricky. Not only do you need to time it right with your own commitments and getting time off work, then you’ve got to consider peak seasons, dry and wet times of the year (no one... read more

KNOW BEFORE YOU GO: NAMIBIA

Thinking of joining one of our upcoming Solo Travellers trips to Namibia? Or maybe you’ve already signed up… either way, here is some useful information to know before you go! Animals You can expect to see a whole range of animals whilst visiting Namibia, most of... read more

7 REASONS JAPAN IS A MUST

With nearly 4000 islands in its archipelago, Japan can seem like a daunting destination for even the most seasoned traveller. From mountain ranges and cherry blossom to temples, intricate culture and the weirdest, most wonderful food, Japan has it all. So to save you... read more

TRAVEL MONEY TIPS

Post Article 50 and mid-Brexit, knowing how and when to get the best rate on your Euros can be a nightmare. Do you get them beforehand or on holiday? Do you get them at the airport, online or at a travel agents? Our quick tips will make swapping your cash plain... read more
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