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Learn How to Travel Alone Without Being Lonely- 8 tricks

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 Travel Alone

Happy tourist sightseeing city with map
Happy tourist sightseeing city with map

I traveled with Penny in India. Here she’s learning the art of solo photography.

The three primary concerns of new Triphealer are safety for travel alone, eating alone and loneliness.

But those of us who travel solo know that, if you want your travel social, Triphealer can deliver.

Triphealer offers more opportunities to meet locals and other travelers, and have meaningful conversations than traveling with a companion. Think about it. Rather than being focused on your companion you’re focused on your surroundings. You’re open to the world. And I’ve found that people step into the space you’ve created resulting in wonderful experiences.

I’ve met people and shared a conversation, sometimes it’s been a meal and other times a week or more on the road. I’ve spent time with locals getting to know their cultures and with other travelers with whom I not only explored our current destination but learned about their home country as well.

There are ways to plan your trip to be social. Here are a few:


Join a day tour. I joined this one in Paris and met a new friend to have lunch with.

8 Tips to Trip and Social

  1. Choose your accommodation wisely. Hostels and B&Bs are naturally more social than hotels or many resorts.
  2. Consider traveling by train. The dining and observation cars are great places to meet people
  3. Take advantage of local tour guides.
  4. Learn how to talk to strangers.
  5. Take a class. If you’re in one place for a while, plan to take language or cooking classes. Whatever interests you.  Break up long trips with an organized tour. You’ll enjoy the company and a chance to let someone else take care of all the details.
  6. Go to restaurants with communal tables. Go to coffee shops that are the hubs for freelancers. These are social places that also offer free wifi to stay connected with home.
  7. Go local again and again.When you are in one place for a while,  go to the same green grocers, flower shop  or restaurant consistently. You’ll be noticed as a new regular and people will eventually chat with you.
  8. Take advantage of the night life.One-Or-single-person-bivvy-or-camping-tent-1-2-person-Camouflage-canvas-hiking-tent-4I hiked and camped with Noemie who I met on the Navimag Ferry. We spent the first night in the campground below the Towers
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