Are you ready to set on a journey all alone? If yes, then welcome to the world of solo travelers!
Solo traveling has caught the attention of millennials, and how? So much so that an insane rise of solo travelers was observed in the past few years. The buzz is growing, and so are the enthusiasts across different countries who are gearing up to travel alone, roam alone, and stay alone. Most of you would agree that solo trips are one of the most enriching experiences to have. And to make sure that your experience gets more enriching and less of a stress, we have created a list of apps that’ll help you with accommodation, transport, finding the right food, transport, and so much more.
Travello can be loosely termed as ‘Facebook’ for travelers. It lets you connect to travelers who are visiting the same location as you are. Moreover, it helps solo travelers with booking hotels, tours, holiday spots, etc.
Tripcoin is an iOS app made for those who find it challenging to track and manage their expenses when on vacation. The app eases your budget management in various currencies, thus helping you plan a sustainable trip.
Eatwith is a perfect app for those who love to explore cuisines all around the world. It’s the first; and the largest community meant for discovering food experiences. It connects people through the love of food.
Headout makes solo traveling even more fun. It lists for you the best and the most popular must-visit destinations. You get to discover new cultures, new cuisines, unique places, and many more.
Backpackr can be said as a milder version of Tinder- here, you match with the profiles who you think have the same agenda as you have. You connect, you meet and go to explore food, or just roam around the city.
6. Travel smart
Travel Smart is for those who love to hop from one country to another. It helps you locate the nearest embassy and offers striking safety features like currency conversion, travel advisories, danger spots to avoid when in a specific location, etc. It also helps you learn certain phrases & words and teaches you some cultural etiquette.
7. Hotel Tonight
Hotel Tonight finds you the most suitable accommodation- especially at the last minute. The app allows you to book a hotel/hostel in urgent situations.
Waze is a navigation app that is loaded with safety features. The app helps locate the safest route and notifies about possible hazards, roadblocks, traffic, etc.
Very much like Waze, Noonlight focuses on safety. The panic button feature is a great addition; when in danger, the app notifies the local police and reaches out to you for rescue.
The Audible app comes to the rescue when you are set on a long train or flight journey. Through radio programs and interesting stories, the app works as a perfect companion when you have no one to talk to.
Who would have thought that traveling alone could be termed ‘cool’ and an experience full of learning? Thanks to these thoughtfully created apps; they indeed have made the lives of solo travelers less challenging and more fun.