Traveling can be expensive, and to protect yourself financially, you may want to invest in travel insurance. This type of coverage kicks in if the trip gets canceled, but it also helps to protect you from potential mishaps on the road. Whether you’re going on a solo trip or a group adventure, here’s why you should definitely get travel insurance and a few tips to help you find the best policy for your needs.

Solo Trip Cancellations

The value of travel insurance starts before you take off on your solo adventure. These policies often cover issues such as flights canceled due to storms, cruises canceled due to domestic disturbances, or similar problems. They often offer coverage that goes above and beyond what is offered by the company from which you purchased the tickets.

Additionally, top-notch travel insurance policies also offer coverage if you cancel for any reason. For instance, with an any-type-of-cancellation policy, you could potentially get a refund on your travel expenses if you have to cancel the trip because your babysitter got ill, a family member needs help, or for similarly personal reasons.

There’s a gazillion tour companies floating around the internet  – but how do you know which ones offer legitimate exotic vacation packages?

When planning a vacation, most travelers want the lowest price possible to escape. In order to go on a shoe string budget, naïve travelers search straight to “” and gravitate to whatever option is the “best deal.” Settling for the least expensive exotic vacation packages can eventually end up being waste of time and money on a place that will underwhelm you. Do you want to be bored to death eating at a fast food restaurant in Cancun, or do you want to experience something new, fresh, and exhilarating?

Adventures for Solo Travelers provides more than a vacation. We give you an unforgettable experience to be shared for years to come.

Let’s say a friend encourages you to visit Nepal. You want to do your own research. You Google local tour operators for Nepal. You pick “Yak on a Budget Travel”, because they are dirt cheap and you send them a PayPal deposit. Five months later, no one greets you at the airport upon arrival. Outside, Kathmandu assaults your senses, but you manage to hail a taxi to your 2-star hotel bordering on a youth hostel.  No breakfast, bad bed. Your guides are subpar. You get half-day tours daily instead of full days as promised in vans with no AC. At each famous site, the guide says, “Need money now for entrance fees.”  And the whole vacation continues to be miserable and frustrating for 8 long days of disappointment. Meanwhile, you watch other tour groups gleefully exiting deluxe motor coaches and head to the front of the lines for the best vantage points.

A gentle reminder dear travel lover – Do your research on exotic vacation packages credentials first!

Choose exotic vacation packages with a proven track record of reliability.

When many people think of group travel tours, they think of a stuffy experience and being drug from event to event based on someone else’s itinerary, but that’s not the case anymore. Group tours have changed, and even for the adventurous traveler who likes to get off the beaten path, group tours can offer a lot of benefits. Here are just a few of the reasons these tours are a more fun way to see the world.

If you’re dreaming about exotic vacations for 2018, you may be wondering where to go. At Adventures for Solo Travelers, we have several upcoming trips, and we would love it if you joined us for one of our next adventures. Here’s a look at four of our upcoming favorites for 2018.

Are You Looking For Something More Than The Average Solo Groups?

Never underestimate the mysterious beauty of India. Everyone knows of the wonders of Delhi and the strange, romantic Taj Mahal. In truth, they are “must see’s—destinations you see on a postcard, or browsing a ‘top ten places to go in india’ list. But after you witness India’s greatest hits the question remains—where do you go from there? It’s almost hard to imagine the amazing experiences that await in any direction. I like to say India a bombardment of sights, sounds, taste, and smell. It is a place that can all at once overwhelm your senses and also a place that can bring you peace.

“Coddiwomple” means to travel in a purposeful manner towards a vague destination. A solo trip for the soul, so to speak.  I’ll be coddiwompling my way to regions unknown to me. Intentionally, I Googled nothing and reviewed no maps. This would dilute my joy of discovery. I revel in the element of surprise to confirm the axiom, “tourists don’t know where they’ve been and travelers don’t know they’re going.”

Are you looking for the best solo travel ideas? Do you want to dip your toe out of the norm and do something exhilarating? Traveling on your own can be a lot of fun, but in some cases, you may want to join a group. To ensure your journeys are just as pleasant with a group as they are when you travel solo, check out these solo travel ideas and tips!

Have you considered taking your first solo travel trip? Traveling the world is a fabulous way to learn about other cultures, see new things, try new foods, and most importantly have fun, but unfortunately, when you’re planning solo travel trips, the costs can add up. At Adventures for Singles, we understand those challenges, and we’re committed to bringing our clients five star experiences on an affordable budget.

Traveling on your own can be an absolute delight. You get to choose your own itinerary and don’t have to worry about constantly being on someone else’s schedule. Vacations for solo travelers can also be great opportunities to get to know yourself better or to meet other people. You just need to decide where to go. Here are four of our favorite destinations.