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Machu Picchu, Peru
My first solo trip was a huge two week, 5,000 mile solo road trip across the US. Traveling from Chicago out to the West Coast and back through the Grand Canyon was a huge feat for me, and this massive trip was my first leap into the solo travel world left me feeling so liberated! I have since traveled solo to Peru, Scotland, England, France, and most recently Nepal. Traveling solo doesn't mean that you can't have any help and that's where I come in.
For me, a solo adventure gives you the opportunity to explore new cities and cultures on your own terms. I thrive when I've got a rental car and can just drive, which allows me to see the countryside and visit places along the way I may not have been able to see if I traveled by train or by plane.
Solo travel isn't for everyone, but if you are interested in starting a solo trip, having someone else assist you with booking the hotels and finding the best spots to stay can be immensely helpful and not so overwhelming. I will work with you to handle the logistics, make recommendations for where to stay and what to see and help make your solo adventure a reality!
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