Posts tagged solo travel
How to Travel More in 2019

Stop living vicariously through other people and learn how to prioritize travel this year, regardless of your job, income, zip code, or family composition. Almost anyone can travel more if they prioritize it.

Read More
Holiday Travel Tips for Travelers Who Know it All

Let's face it, holiday travel can be expensive, time-consuming, and frustrating. Learn simple tips that will make your holiday travel more pleasant, including helpful websites, phone apps, and travel strategies.

Read More
November 2019 group trip to Cuba - Havana's 500th anniversary

Join me for an unforgettable small group trip to Cuba for Havana’s 500th anniversary. This small group tour is for curious, active travelers that avoid big bus tours and want an authentic cultural experience.

Read More
Day of the Dead in Mexico City

During the Day of the Dead celebration, Mexico City offers an elaborate parade, thousands of alters and sculpture installations, a nocturnal costume bike ride, and nearby Mixquic holds one of the most extravagant celebrations in the country.

Read More
Lake Titicaca's knitting men & floating reed islands

Lake Titicaca is home to many islands, including Taquile, where the men do the knitting and tell their stories through fabric, and the floating reed islands of the Uros, who build their homes, beds, and boats of reeds!

Read More
Machu Picchu by bike, raft, & zipline

Machu Picchu has earned its place as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and as one of the new 7 Wonders of the World. It offers breathtaking views, photo opportunities with llamas, and impossibly precise architecture from the 15th century that aligns neatly with the sun during solstices and equinoxes.

Read More
Choquequirao: The other Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu's"Sacred Sister City", Choquequirao, is the true lost city of the Incas. Receiving roughly 30 visitors per day, compared to Machu Pichu's 3,000 visitors, Choquequirao allows adventurous travelers a taste of Machu Picchu without the crowds.

Read More