Learn about the culture, customs, and safety tips before you go.
Book accommodations in a safe and central area, preferably near public transportation.
Traveling with less luggage will make it easier to move around and keep your belongings secure.
Always carry a copy of your passport and keep it in a secure place, such as a hotel safe.
Stay alert and aware of your surroundings, especially in crowded areas.
If something feels off or unsafe, trust your instincts and remove yourself from the situation.
Keep in touch with family and friends back home and let them know your itinerary.
Join group tours, attend social events, or stay in hostels to meet other travelers and make new friends.
Learning a few local phrases can help you communicate and connect with locals.
Solo travel can be a fantastic opportunity for self-discovery and adventure, so be sure to have fun and enjoy your trip!