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Here are the top ten articles for the Solo Travel Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Las Vegas Solo
If you're looking for a fabulous destination with plenty to do, consider booking a ticket to Las Vegas.
2. Solo Travel Summer Home Preparation
When you hit the road this summer, don't forget about protecting what you're leaving behind! A little preparation can help you come back from your solo travel adventure to your home haven.
3. Voluntourism -- 2012 Archaeology Dig in Texas
Grab your fedora (leave your whip at home - TSA won't allow it in your carry-on) and get your cute safari shorts out! If an archaeological expedition/ vacation in 2012 is beckoning you - you need look no further than Arlington, Texas.
4. 5 Tips for Booking Anonymous Tickets & Hotels
Many websites use anonymous bookings to fill empty seats and rooms, with the explanation that the deals are such deep discounts off their normal rates that they can't reveal who it is. Is it worth it to travel that way?
5. Ten Tips for Your Solo Road Trip
Have you always wanted to venture out on your own cross-country adventure, but aren't sure where to start? Here are ten travel tips that will make your road trip prep a breeze.
6. Shoes to Wear for Air Travel
The best way to start out any trip is with a solid foundation - so look no further than your feet! Wearing the right shoes for your airport traveling experiences can make all the difference in the world.
7. 5 Tips for Planning a Cross-Country Road Trip
Everyone dreams of hitting the open road for a new destination to an unknown location. While that approach can produce good results, there are still things to consider about your adventure. Here are 5 tips about planning a cross-country trip.
8. Yellowstone National Park Trip Planner
If you're looking for a beautiful, off-the-beaten-path place to take an early fall trip, consider Yellowstone National Park.
9. Visiting Sedona Solo
Going to to the heart of the desert Southwest is an experience that everyone should take in. Make a few plans ahead of time and you can experience Sedona without breaking your wallet. The added bonus - seeing some of the most breathtaking landscape the US has to offer.
10. Solo Camping Essentials - What to Pack
When you're taking a solo camping trip, it's important to be prepared so you can have a great time. Use this quick list to do your shopping, raid your garage, or to ask camping friends for loaner equipment.
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