Top Solo Travel Deals

Here are our 5 updated tips on how to find top solo travel deals.

1. Consider a substitute destination. For example, if you are looking for castles and centuries-old history, compare prices in both Western and Eastern Europe. Dreaming of the South Pacific? Price the Cook Islands against the higher rates in Tahiti.

2. Travel off-season. There are two big mistakes here. First, many travelers don’t know that rates go down as fast as the second week in Sept. In the south of France, you can get up to 50% off that early. It is just before many hotels close for the season. Secondly, you must adjust off-season plans not only by time of year but for climate. For example, the Caribbean rates go down as the heat soars. As a result, beach lovers can find good prices in July and Aug. In contrast, Paris has top discounts of almost half in the midst of winter’s chill.

3. Get out your calculator. Compare every rate for which you qualify as most are not cumulative. So if you are a student or senior, government or corporate employee, see what is the lowest price that you can

Trips Offer a Real View of America

Opulence and vastness of the States landscape draws tourists, writers, artists and more people every year. The roads are beautiful and fun that it is worth exploring. The Greyhound bus lines navigate for decades and are undoubtedly the best mode of transport. Considering to get an authentic experience of the road means hire a vehicle that offers the liberty to do as you want, thereby save on food and accommodation costs, besides being safe.

Visit the East Coast and see the New York bright city lights and proceed to Philadelphia. Soak into the South Carolina coastline and immerse into North Carolina beauty. Do not miss the government houses and museums. Proceed to Georgia and for best of the fun reach Miami for its sandy beaches and warm up in the sun.

The West Coast is geographically totally distinct from East Coast. Initiate first with Portland; proceed to Lake Tahoe and San Francisco. On this journey, do not miss out on Yosemite National Park. Your next stop must be in Monterey and proceed to the Big Sur cliff. Get dipped into a small town life, but get lost only in LA.

You may have heard a lot about America’s Route 66 and its prominent