That’s it we said it, solo traveling is not for everyone. Not everyone enjoys being surrounded by guys who will forget about you the second the trip is over.
Some people like to travel with good friends, people who will be with them for the rest of their lives, or simply just people you can count on, like close friends.
And yes, meeting new people can be fun, traveling with them even more fun, however there’s nothing like a good vacation with your lifetime friends, something you’ll remember the day of your wedding or when your kids will want to travel with their friends just like you did.
Solo travel doesn’t give much in the way of nurturing meaningful relationships. The buddies you’ll encounter will share good moments with you but won’t become your closest friends. So what happens is that most of the times, there will be no one to share special moments with.
If you travel alone, you’ll find yourself eating alone, looking at beautiful views alone and just experiencing everything alone.
Though there are some downsides to solo traveling, it also has many positives to it as well. For instance, while solo traveling may be lonely, it also gives you the chance to know yourself and discover things you may not have ever discovered before.
For some people could be great, others might feel very lonely. Some people might prefer to just share a good trip with a partner or a friend and not go solo traveling. It just isn’t for everyone and that’s okay!