Australians travel alone for many different reasons; their partner isn’t keen on travelling, they don’t have anyone with whom to travel, or they simply love their own company.
Females travelling alone need to be prepared and a little more careful than their male counterparts. We’ve got solo travel guides for countries around the world and some useful tips for women travelling alone.
Solo travellers need not travel alone. In fact, there are group tours to suit all budgets and interests, with single supplements kept at reasonable prices. YourLifeChoices has plenty of information and resources for those planning singles holidays, cruises for singles, adventure travel for single people and singles accommodation, and plenty of options available for those who want to go it alone.
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