My Hike to Machu Picchu

August 26th, 2013By Kim Calvert

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.

Travel to Israel – Adventure Style

August 19th, 2013

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 to the British Virgin Islands

July 22nd, 2013By Karen Holly Berliner

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.

Great White Cage Diving

June 3rd, 2013

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.

Diving the Bay Islands of Honduras

March 18th, 2013By Jim Cornfield

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.

Six Things to Love about Cancun

March 18th, 2013By Andres Ong

Travel for Singles in Los Angeles – Cancun can be the perfect match for solo travelers looking for warm -water beaches, exciting nightlife and affordable luxury.

Sea Cruises Just for Singles

March 4th, 2013By Devorah Ben-David

Make new friends, greet old friends and enjoy vacation destinations in an all-inclusive, floating luxury hotel with other like-minded singles in Los Angeles and singles from around the world.

A Solo Vacation to the Riviera Maya

February 25th, 2013By Marva Marrow

The Riviera Maya is famous for its all-inclusive resorts, boutique hotels, many fine restaurants and a barrier reef that is the second longest in the world.