• Amy Mayhew

2020's Top 5 Destinations for Solo Travel

Easter Island

This tiny gorgeous island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, boasts its breathtaking views, bright blue waters, cliffs, palm trees and the home to hundreds of Moai, or the head-shaped statues.

Although this can be a bit pricey, Easter Island is well worth the visit.


If you’re wondering whether or not you should go on a solo trip to Antarctica, Just DO IT as Nike would say!

With a wide range of activities, scenery and wildlife to visit and paddle up to, YES I said paddle up to! Quark Expeditions actually has stand up paddleboards that you can get up close and personal with seals, penguins and more. Yes, there is a good chance you may fall in but the dry suits & safety gear will keep you afloat and somewhat dry.

Ubud, Bali

Feel like a waterfall adventure? Bali is home to some of the most stunning waterfalls, including Tegenungan Waterfalls or if you dare to take the road less traveled and not into the typical Instagram spots and you can head to Norther Bali for even more magnificent and not as touristy Banyumala Twin Waterfalls or the Pucak Manik Waterfall & Treehouse.


If you are looking for a tropical yet charming solo travel adventure, this adorable little island near Italy is highly overlooked!

The island is small enough to navigate and offers a great mix of stunning blue lagoons and cute cobblestone towns.

Tokyo, Japan

Ramen anyone? Nightlife and restaurants galore in this huge city, but despite its size its not overwhelming for a solo traveler!

Public transportation is super easy to get around at the many things to see.

It is not easy to feel alone as everyone is so polite and eager to help if needed.

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