Inevitably, there’s that place you’ve always wanted to go, but none of your friends or family are interested. Traveling with friends, family, or your significant other is typically where you find yourself when venturing out to a new corner of the world because there’s a built in comfort zone that travels with you. But forget what you’ve heard and OWN your solo vacation because it’s all about you and what YOU want to do. It’s not scary, it’s an adventure, and you should embrace your solo vacation as a personal indulgence.
I know, you think you might be interested but the apprehension is beginning to creep up in the back of your head. So, here are 7 tips from our guest blogger, Chad Wallace at Four Spheres Travel to motivate you and get you prepared for that solo trip you need to take.
Team up with other solo travelers and make some new friends while sharing adventures!
Splurge a little and go for a Premium Economy seat!
Photo Credit: Air France
Happy traveling and Carpe Passportus!
Chad Wallace is the owner of Four Spheres Travel, a boutique travel agency in Washington, DC. He’s fallen off a Vespa during a small-group tour of the Chianti wine region in Tuscany and lived to tell the tale (or as the story goes . . . Tuscan ninjas jumped out of the bushes and he had to spring from his Vespa to fight them! . . . errr something like that). He’s a lawyer by day and runs Four Spheres Travel by night, applying his OCD lawyering research skeelz to come up with sassy vacations for his fantastic clients and has a ton-o-fun doing it. Chad can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
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