In recent years, a significant shift has been observed in the travel industry—solo vacations are on the rise. More and more people are opting to embark on journeys of self-discovery - and embracing the freedom and adventure that comes with solo travel. This growing trend is a departure from traditional group trips and family vacations, as people seek to explore the world on their own.
And I'm all for it. For a few reasons.
Traveling alone encourages individuals to step out of their comfort zones, face new challenges, and embrace unfamiliar cultures and environments. It also allows people be flexible and spontaneous. If you've ever traveled with a large group... you know what I'm talking about.
It's also a chance to make new connections. That is, of course, if you're not locking yourself away in a hotel room the entire time. Solo travelers tend to be more open to meeting new people, forming meaningful friendships, and connecting with a diverse global community.
Hear Carolyn and Cort from the Morning Breeze talk about it below: