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Traveling with friends and family is a great way to bring you closer to one another. You are after all, creating fond memories that will last a lifetime. However, there comes a point in your life when you should set sail on a solo trip of your own. It might sound intimidating at first, but traveling alone is a great way to become more self-sufficient and perhaps even learn things about yourself you never thought you would. 

  1. You’ll Meet More People

When you’re traveling alone, you have no choice but to interact with strangers. While you should always take precautions when talking to people you don’t know, safely getting to know a local or a fellow lone passenger will not only meet your needs for human interaction, but may even lead you to making a lifelong friend. 

  1. You Can Change Your Itinerary at Any Moment 

When you’re traveling with others, you can’t exactly change your plans at the drop of a hat. The person or people you’re traveling with may not be too keen on last minute changes. But when you’re traveling alone, you don’t need to ask anyone’s permission or opinion if you decide to change your plans. 

  1. It Builds Confidence

Traveling by yourself takes guts but once you’ve done it, you’ll feel an immense sense of accomplishment. If you’re somewhat introverted, traveling alone will certainly push you out of that comfort zone and turn you into the confident person you wish to be. After all if you’re lost, you’ll have no choice but to have to ask a stranger. The more you push yourself, the more confident you’ll become.

  1. You’ll Be Able to Travel Without Inhibitions 

Making travel plans with someone else can be a double-edged sword. Yes, traveling with your best friend sounds like a blast, but it can be impossible to plan your trip if your schedules don’t align. If you’ve been eager to cross a place off your bucket list, just do it, even if it means doing it on your own.