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But where are some places that are awesome to travel if you are single? Believe it or not, the Caribbean is not just for couples and honeymooners. Thomas have great nightlife and some famous beaches that attract groups of singles from all over.People are friendly and, especially if you are island hopping, you’ll find it’s easy to make friends and yacht-hop all day," says Perrie Hartz, Associate Editor at Fodor’s Travel.
Because Playa is just an hour away from Cancun many of the accommodations and amenities foreigners are used to are readily available.Often referred to being a "melting pot," Oahu offers the unique experience of being able to meet people from a variety of states and countries.Experience the "aloha spirit" first hand and take a refreshing vacation to indulge in the culture that is unique to Oahu.For a break from the concrete clutter, cross the bridge into Brooklyn. Barcelona attracts people from all over the world—and a huge percentage of them are traveling alone or in friend groups—so it is a perfect place to meet other singles and dance the night (and morning) away.Areas like Park Slope are minutes from Manhattan and offer beautiful tree-lined streets, an authentic neighborly atmosphere, and delicious regional cuisine options that will top anything you find in Manhattan. Mexicans have migrated from all over the country to come and work in this popular tourist destination which makes for some interesting dynamics amongst "locals" and tourists, says Bayyina Black of The Planet Blaster.Traveling solo and single is a whole other ball game than traveling as part of a couple or family. If you’re solo, the only mood you have to live with is your own.
And if it’s not your best and brightest moment, you don’t have to put on a brave face for anybody.
Playa also has several Facebook groups with thousands of members and lots of information both in Spanish and English.
There's ALWAYS something going on in Playa and someone to hang out with.
So, what are the best destinations for solo travelers? The whole point of a journey is to be engaged by your new, unfamiliar surroundings, and the best way to do that is to expose yourself to the people, places, and experiences your destination offers—without the buffer of the same folks (or even just the same person) you hang out with at home," says Eleni Gage, travel journalist and author of The Ladies of Managua."All too many of us know this from experience—you could be in the most stunning place in the world, but if you’re with someone who’s obsessing about work or analyzing every detail of their recent breakup, you’re going to get sucked into that drama and Rome will live on in your memory as the place where she got that email," says Gage.
This can be true if you are solo and happy to stay that way, but it can also be an exciting way to travel as a single.
We also recognize that what people want in their 50s, 60s and beyond is often very different from what they wanted in their 30s and 40s, let alone their 20s.