People travel solo for various reasons. It could be personal preference, or that the travel time, cost or destination doesn’t work for their potential travel partners.
Unfortunately the travel industry often seems geared towards people travelling in pairs or groups. Prices are quoted on a twin share basis, and solo travellers have to pay for a twin or double room. Japan is refreshingly different and caters for solo travellers, making it an ideal destination if you’re looking to travel by yourself. Continue reading “Solo travel in Japan”