Where Should You Travel Solo?

When you discover a new part of the world on your own, you also find new things out about yourself. Take this quiz to reveal where you should travel solo.

Question 1/10
Is your passport current?
I am not sure

Question 2/10
Pick a color.

Question 3/10
Would you rather go by air or by sea?

Question 4/10
How connected do you want to be?
High-speed Internet is a must
Somewhat connected

Question 5/10
Which of the following sights appeal the most to you?
Northern Lights
Mona Lisa
Clear Turquoise Water
Mountain peaks
None of these

Question 6/10
Pick a delicacy.
Fresh Coconut Water
Fish and Chips
None of these

Question 7/10
How many days can you be away?
Less than 5
6 or 7
10 or more

Question 8/10
Choose an activity to occupy yourself with on your journey.
Fine Dining
Making New Friends
None of these

Question 9/10
How soon can you leave?
Less than a week from today
I need about a month to prepare
A month or longer is ideal

Question 10/10
You would prefer to stay in...
A Luxury Hotel
A Yoga Retreat
A Hostel
A Cabin
None of these
There are fewer places on Earth with more natural beauty than here. Outdoor activities are king in Iceland. Base yourself in the capital for easy day trips to virtually any corner of the country, beauty spot, or adventurous activity. Iceland frequently tops solo travelers' lists of most user-friendly destinations. You should travel solo to Iceland. How did we do? Let us know in the comments section below.

In the City of Love, you might just find out how to love yourself. With an extraordinary array of bistros and cafés, Paris is a city where you can while away hours poring over a café au lait, chocolate chaud, and sumptuous patisseries while observing French culture through the fenêtres (windows) on the Champs-Élysées. You should travel solo to PAris How did we do? Let us know in the comments section below.

You need to find your center and have a spiritual awakening. Yoga, spirituality, spas, massages, beaches, organic eateries and markets— are you sold, yet? With such diversity, Bali is a staple for solo travelers from across the globe. People drift into its ease of life and wealth of fellow traveler-settlers. It helps that food is delicious and cheap, as is the cost of living in general. You should travel solo to Bali. How did we do? Let us know in the comments section below.

This country's varied landscape is as complicated as you are. When you explore them all, you will find out something about yourself. The adventure capital of New Zealand’s South Island can leave you exasperated trying to fit it all in. From bungee jumping to zorbing to horseback riding, Queenstown is a mecca for adventure travelers. There's also superb gastronomy and nightlife, too. Travelers often end up staying longer than planned, so consider yourself warned. It’s easy to rent a car or join a group trip; the latter is a sure-fire way to meet others traveling through a country known for its safety.You should travel solo to Iceland. How did we do? Let us know in the comments section below.

New Zealand
Whale watching, dog-sledding, horseback riding through the mountains, and eating fresh salmon are just a few of the highlights onboard an Alaska cruise. An Alaska cruise offers a happy medium for independent travelers, with an instant set of friends with whom to dine and enjoy activities. The safety net of tour guides appeals to solo travelers, who can take excursions together yet retain personal space back on the ship. You should travel solo on an Alaskan cruise. How did we do? Let us know in the comments section below.

Alaskan Cruise