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Tuesday, January 28, 2020

Most Breathtaking Solo Travel Destinations To Visit In 2020 [VIDEO]

50 Awesome Solo Travel Destinations To Visit In 2020 - from travel bloggers and other experts who share the solo travel destinations they recommend for 2020. Keep watching to know about 50 places that will surely inspire your wanderlust.
On the top 50 List ccording to HuffPost 1. Vancouver, Canada 2. Santiago, Chile 3. Malaysia 4. Slovenia 5. St. John's, Canada 6. South Korea
21. Ethiopia
7. Rotterdam, the Netherlands 8. Accra, Ghana 9. Malta 10. Oman

11. London, England 
12. Taipei, Taiwan 
13. Medellín, Colombia 
14. Napa, California 
15. Georgia 
16. Mexico City, Mexico 
17. Tajikistan 
18. Australia 
19. Ecuador 
20. Iceland 
22. Edinburgh, Scotland
23. Grand Canyon, Arizona 
24. El Nido, the Philippines 
“The Philippines is a great place to travel solo in 2020. El Nido is full of beautiful beaches with endless water sports, boutique hotels, and design-led hostels — perfect for meeting other solo travelers. The island’s famous boat tours are a great place for solo travelers to experience the culture with the comfort of a group.”

25. Montenegro
26. Alberta, Canada 
27. Istanbul, Turkey 
28. South Island, New Zealand 
29. Savannah, Georgia 
30. Argentina 
31. South Tyrol, Italy 
32. Thailand 
33. South Of France 
34. Lisbon, Portugual 
35. La Paz, Mexico
49. Aspen, Colorado
36. Budapest, Hungary 
37. San Juan, Puerto Rico 
38. Rwanda 
39. Barcelona, Spain 
40. Dubai, United Arab Emirates 
41. Albuquerque, New Mexico 
42. San Pedro, Belize 
43. Cinque Terre, Italy 
44. New York City, New York 
45. Guatemala 46. Easter Island 
47. Dublin, Ireland 
48. Bhutan 
50. Berlin, Germany

Many people take the month of January to look at the year ahead and set travel goals. One of the most powerful ways to explore a new place is to take a solo trip. From the freedom and flexibility to the stress relief and boost in self-reliance, there are endless benefits to solo travel. And there are many exciting places to make it happen.

Of course, it’s always important to research current conditions in your desired destination to stay safe when traveling, especially for solo trips. But fortunately, there are precautions you can take, and tons of backup options if needed.
Solo travel is an opportunity for transformative travel. Being alone, you can let your mind wander and watch where it goes. You'll learn a lot about yourself doing so and be able to make and practice changes that you may bring home. Build self-confidence.

Solo Vacations: The 50 Best Places to Travel Alone in 2020
Taking care of yourself in the distress times is crucial, and you can improve it by taking your first solo trip. Since it is going to be you on the way of your journey, all your senses get alerted. And you assume full responsibility for your life. It helps you understand and celebrate life in many ways.

While solo travel isn't unsafe, it's definitely less safe than traveling with other people, making the safety issue a "con" of traveling alone. You're more vulnerable when you're on your own because you only have you looking after you. Planning my first solo trip for 2020.

These days my news feed is filled with pictures of solo adventurers taking on the world, heading to one gorgeous destination after another. Even with a ton of positive press on setting out to see the world on your own, concerns still arise. Safety concerns, loneliness, and boredom can make solo travel scary or even unappealing. For women, traveling solo can be even more challenging with gender inequality issues around the globe. So, why is it a good idea to travel somewhere alone?

Independence & Empowerment
Travelers who go on solo adventures often talk about how empowered they feel when they return from a trip. They usually come back a new person with a fresh perspective on life. Solo travel represents freedom, independence, and of course wanderlust. It also allows you to create your own schedule of everything you want to do, including when and how you want to do it!

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Yodi Insigne is one of those delusional sorts who imagines himself a useful contributor to the greater blogosphere (Well, that's what he's trying to accomplish).

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