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Safety Tips for the Solo Traveller

Travel can be a little intimidating and stressful, as we all have a fear of the unknown. This is even truer for those who choose to travel solo.

To assist in you in feeling more at ease when travelling solo, I have assembled a list of safety tips which will make the thought of travelling solo a little less intimidating.

 

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The Skinny on Forest Bathing

Have you been lacking energy, unable to focus, or feeling stressed?  I highly recommend that you give forest bathing a whirl!

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Forest bathing, also known as Shinrin-yoko, was developed in Japan as recently as the 1980’s and has become Japan’s primary preventative and healing medicine.  After giving forest bathing a try, I can understand why!

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The primary goal of forest bathing is to connect with nature through our senses.  We have to ditch the self phone and selfies are definitely out of the question lol.  In fact, this is one adventure that I strongly urge that you do solo.

Have I piqued your interest yet?  If so, keep on reading, as I am about to tell you how it works.

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Solo Travel – The Good, Bad and Ugly Truth

Glacier Skywalk on Icefield Parkway, Canada

Solo Travelling – Escaping Your Comfort Zone

There has been a sudden rise in the solo travel industry in recent years, especially among women. Whether you are single or married, I highly recommend taking that solo trip, at least once in your lifetime. Women especially need that time to decompress, refocus, re-energize and just simply let loose.

solo travel allows us to reflect
A major benefit of solo travel is that it allows us to reflect

Yes, solo travel can definitely be expensive, but the travel industry is beginning to change in order to accommodate the rise in the number of solo travellers. Many travel companies, tour companies and cruise lines now offer packages with no, or minimal single supplements, in order to make travel more affordable for the solo traveller.

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