Travel Outside the U.S.
Travel ideas for singles – size does matter if you’re a proboscis monkey living in Malaysia’s Bako National Park midst abundant wildlife, waterfalls, secluded beaches and trekking trails.
I took the 25-mile hike on the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu to see ancient ruins but found much more in the courage and strength of a Peruvian mountain man.
You’ll find spectacular deserts and forests, hiking trails once tramped by caravans and Roman soldiers, millennia-old ruins and glorious stretches of ocean-all ripe for the thrills of exploration.
Travel solo, wrangle a group of friends or go with a lover — the turquoise seas, coral gardens and green gumdrop islands of the British Virgin Isles await.
No scuba diving skills are required, but a sense of adventure and steady nerves are a must when great white sharks swim past the bars of your underwater cage.
A single mom and her grown-up daughter take a glorious trip to the Tuscany region of Italy that provides a rich repast for both the body and the soul.
Singles in Los Angeles – Playa Nicuesa Rainforest Lodge in Costa Rica offers an elegant, earthy and unique experience for single travelers who are adventurous foodies.
Travel for Singles – Roatan and the other Bay Islands of Honduras provide a rare opportunity to see endangered whale sharks, play with dolphins and swim along spectacular coral reefs.