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Whilst travelling with friends or organised groups is fairly common, by choice or by necessity many people travel alone.  Travelling alone is a unique experience and can be a very rewarding way of travelling.
  
Whilst travelling with friends or organised groups is fairly common, many people choose (or have no choice but) to travel alone.  Travelling alone is a unique experience and can be a vary rewarding way of travelling.
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== Understand ==
  
 
Travelling alone is not uncommon and most solo travellers are able to meet other travellers at hostels, bars, organised tours or any place where travellers tend to hang out.
 
Travelling alone is not uncommon and most solo travellers are able to meet other travellers at hostels, bars, organised tours or any place where travellers tend to hang out.
  
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Some destinations lend themselves better to solo travel than others.
  
* If you're feeling lonely, head to a hostel.  Hostels are normally filled with solo travellers, all looking to make a friend or two to enjoy a beer with.
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Hotel rooms are typically priced at "double occupancy", and don't expect them to cut the price in half (or even a little) just because there's only one of you.  Hostels are much more accommodating of single travellers, but at the cost of your privacy, charging by the bed in shared rooms.
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* If you're feeling lonely, head to a hostel.  Hostels are normally filled with solo travellers, many of them looking to make a friend or two to enjoy a beer with.
 
* Tours can be a great way to meet other travellers
 
* Tours can be a great way to meet other travellers
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Revision as of 22:49, 16 February 2007

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Whilst travelling with friends or organised groups is fairly common, by choice or by necessity many people travel alone. Travelling alone is a unique experience and can be a very rewarding way of travelling.

Contents

Understand

Travelling alone is not uncommon and most solo travellers are able to meet other travellers at hostels, bars, organised tours or any place where travellers tend to hang out.

Get in

Some destinations lend themselves better to solo travel than others.

Get around

Eat

Sleep

Hotel rooms are typically priced at "double occupancy", and don't expect them to cut the price in half (or even a little) just because there's only one of you. Hostels are much more accommodating of single travellers, but at the cost of your privacy, charging by the bed in shared rooms.

Cope

  • If you're feeling lonely, head to a hostel. Hostels are normally filled with solo travellers, many of them looking to make a friend or two to enjoy a beer with.
  • Tours can be a great way to meet other travellers
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