You Learn to Adapt
Missed flights, canceled trips, and a change of plans perfectly train cheerfulness and endurance. Having survived all the ups and downs of a trip alone, you will learn how to easily recover from almost any surprises that life prepares. The average age of an solo traveler is 25 – 39 years old, the vast majority of them (80%) are working women.
You Get Inspired for Creativity
The trip is a great combination of bright cultural experience, rest, and exciting adventures, so necessary for new beginnings. This impetus can be felt most strongly when traveling without fellow travelers. It is an inexhaustible source of inspiration for creativity.
You Learn to Defend Your Position Confidently
On a trip, you often have to bargain with street vendors, fight for a ticket for an earlier flight, or hurry to look for accommodation in the last open hostel. Single travelers learn to easily resolve such situations because there is simply no one else to rely on.
You Learn about Your Strengths and Weaknesses
A trip without a fellow traveler is not only a way out from your own comfort zone but also from a zone of others’ expectations. You will understand how strong you are and learn to deal decisively with problems in the future.
You Will Find New Friends
Without fellow travelers, travelers constantly deal with new people. And when these new people are also strong and independent, it can be assumed in what a strong friendship such an acquaintance can result. You will also improve your communication skills. Even the most brutal introvert in solitary travel is forced to communicate with people – hotel concierge and maid, waiters and barmen, sellers and just strangers to ask the way. Meetings with new people will somehow help you overcome the barrier that prevents you from communicating freely.
You Will Understand That Your Work Is Not the Most Important Thing
You need to have the courage to leave everything behind the familiar world but those who dare to experiment will be adequately rewarded. Although job is important, however, traveling alone, you will understand: there is nothing shameful in pursuing other significant goals.
In general, the journey charges with self-confidence and there is nothing more valuable than this.