Travelling solo is not as difficult as you think. 🙂
Whenever I share with people on my travel adventures, they always thought I had a special photographer to take photos for me! LOL… in fact, I traveled alone most of the time (except to neighbouring resort beach places), my photographers were actually the passerby or the new friends I met when I traveled. Often, I received the many questions and queries about my solo travels:
- Why do you love traveling yourself so much?
- Don’t u feel bored and lonely?
- Weren’t you worried and scare?
I think it is a good opportunity for me to share this post with people who are inspired to do solo travel… do it at least ONCE in your lifetime… try it out yourself, if you do, these words should resonate with you : “Inspiring”, “Fulfilling”, “Triumphant”, “Adventurous” & “Satisfying”, perhaps you may even crave for more! 🙂
So in this post, I am going to share with you
- My top 5 reasons for traveling solo
- 5 Things you need to do when you wish to travel solo +
- Additional bonus – 3 types of people who cannot do solo travel!
Read on to find out. 🙂
Here Are My Top Reasons for Traveling Solo
Traveling along means you have the entire time, choice, and experience by yourself! You could stay in one place as looooong as you wish and nobody is going to rush you through a busy day in the museum or attractions!
For instance, I stayed 6 hours in Bergen, Norway on top of the Floyen Mountain just to wait for the 11pm sunset and captured this photo! It was freezing cold and I sort of challenged myself to wait! The tram operator urged me to leave because she was certain that I was going to miss the sunset. Perhaps my persistent and determination touched the sky and presented to me this gorgeous mid-night sun 🙂