2. New Zealand
Thanks to its excellent infrastructure and appropriate solo activities, New Zealand is one of the easiest countries to travel alone. Whether you fancy doing the entire thing solo or you want to mingle with fellow travelers, the choice of hostels or a motorhome is competitively priced. Remember, you make all the rules. With so much nature from the North to South from fjords, glaciers, and wildlife, time is something you’ll appreciate here.
If you fancy dipping your toe into Central America, Panama makes for a great choice. Often considered safer than Honduras and Guatemala, you’ll be able to drink in beautiful beaches, lush greenery, and endearing culture without the safety concerns. With that said, you should be cautious when traveling solo through both Central and South America, do your research, and you’ll enjoy a problem-free trip.
Tokyo is a truly fascinating city, offering endless Japanese culture. Thanks to vast rail networks and busy streets, it’s a fantastic city to travel solo. For female travelers, Tokyo offers female-only train cabins and female-only hotel floors. Tokyo is always buzzing, with plenty of things that will encourage you to mingle. From belting out karaoke tunes to eating your way through fun restaurants, you won’t find yourself short of things to do.