3 tips for making solo travel easy + convenient

tips for making solo travel easy
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Solo travel is nothing if not inspiring because it provides you with the chance to experience your time in certain areas more directly. With no one and nothing else to distract you, you can truly get the most out of your travels, and perhaps more than this, learn much along the way. While traveling with those we appreciate is certainly one of the best ways to do it, solo travel can help us feel more autonomous, as well as more capable and confident when exploring this wide world.

That said, solo travel can sometimes feel inconvenient because you have to carry all of your bags, you have to decide when to move and when to take a break, and if you have any heavier equipment such as camera great, you’ll have to bring that yourself and keep an eye on your possessions with focus. In this post, we’ll discuss tips for making solo travel easy that will make travelling effortless and ensure you need to focus on almost nothing but your adventure.


Tips for making solo travel easy is that a solid backpack is key to traveling with comfort. Make sure it’s perfectly adjusted for your weight and size. Also make sure that the heavier items are packed within the center-mid of your backpack, directly against your pack, and lighter items are spread further out within the space. This will help the backpack conform to your body weight and keep your centre of gravity on track. Some rucksacks will also provide a belt you can use for added stability, helping you carry more as appropriate.


A worthwhile crossbody phone case can help you hike, enjoy new activities, and explore without worrying about your phone falling out of your pocket, or not having immediate access to it when you need to take a picture or make an emergency phone call. Strapped across your body securely and with a durable holder that conforms to your body, you can make certain that no matter what, your smartphone is safe and by your side. We’d also recommend investing in a smaller phone with a pre-paid SIM, one you can easily use as a backup just in case.


Bringing along a travel safe compartment with you, in your bag or attached to another carry-case, can allow you to keep valuables safe. These slash-proof cases can help you avoid having your things broken into as easily as they may otherwise be. No matter if you need to keep money safe or documents like your passport protected, even a little bit more protection is worth the investment. We’d also recommend investing in lockers, or learning to hide your goods in hotels. All of this can help you avoid being the victim of theft and give you peace of mind during your travels.

With these tips for making solo travel easy, we believe you’ll be able to make travel easier and more convenient going forward. If you achieve this, then you’re much more likely to learn from your expedition.



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