4 Cities for the Solo Traveller

Whether you’re looking to break out of your shell and experience adventure or simply escape into peace and quiet, a solo getaway might be the ideal option for you. Here are a few of the safest cities in the world that are guaranteed to meet the solo travellers’ needs.

Nadi, Fiji

There’s no shortage of luxury hotels in Nadi so anyone looking to travel to a top-notch resort will have plenty of options here. If you’re interested in a solo trip for some peace and quiet, a trip to Nadi will not disappoint. The locals and hotel staff are known for their friendly and pleasant nature, and the beaches could not be more beautiful. The weather is usually warm with a soft, gentle breeze, and the waters still. So if quiet and serenity is what you’re after, Nadi is the place to be.

San Jose City, Costa Rica

If fear of boredom is keeping you from taking the plunge into solo travel, fear no more. With museums to see, beaches to lounge on and markets to visit, you won’t be short on activities in San José City. The temperature in Costa Rica is warm all year long and the most travelling you’ll need to do within the city can be done on foot. The convenience of the city also makes it easy to navigate, so a lone traveller won’t have any problem going unaccompanied. Plus, hotel staff will go out of their way to make sure your solo adventure is perfect.

Sydney, Australia

In case there weren’t enough reasons to visit Australia (historical landmarks, beautiful sights, beaches, botanical gardens, and more), Sydney is also a safe spot to visit solo. Why go it alone? Australia is literally on the other side of the world so the solo traveller, looking to break free of their comfort zone, will find Sydney to be an ideal location. Mild temperatures, fine restaurants and a fantastic nightlife for singles are a few more bonuses to visiting this amazing city on your own.

Lahaina, Hawaii

Located in West Maui, Lahaina is a perfect destination for the single traveller. Not only are the beaches serene and beautiful, but there is no shortage of adult-only resorts for guaranteed relaxation. You can choose from a plethora of five-star hotels with beach access, private pools and spa amenities. Plus, shopping and fine dining throughout the city are only a skip and a hop away from most resort hotels along the beach. Hawaii is considered a safe state to visit, and while one should always be cautious when travelling alone, there’s no need to be on high alert in Lahaina.

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