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World’s Best Destinations for Solo Travelers
Traveling alone is no longer taboo. In fact, it’s now trendy to go on trips alone, as more and more people are discovering the freedom of exploring a new place on their own terms. At the same time, community groups, meet-ups, and a vast wealth of online and digital resources have made it easier than ever to hit the road solo. From the stunning landscapes of Iceland to the sultry beaches of Belize, many destinations are friendly to independent travelers. Still undecided? Here are some tips on destinations known to be safe and where to look in each. Happy solo travels!
by Anisha Shah
10 Best Stargazing Sites in the U.S.
Experiencing the full brilliance of a starry night sky is no longer a given when you step outside. Even on the clearest nights, artificial light from cities obscures the natural darkness, making nighttime skies look a lot less majestic than they should. Across the country, however, there are still vast swathes of wilderness that retain the natural lightscape. In these ten destinations, you’re sure to be awestruck as you gaze up at the jaw-droppingly beautiful skies above.
by Jayme Moye
13 Spooky Underground Attractions
Meandering the streets of a new city is a great way to feel its pulse, but have you ever considered what’s right below your feet? These thirteen underground, man-made attractions, scattered around the globe, boast spectacular histories as former dwellings, burial grounds, and even smugglers’ tunnels. And you can bet they’re more than a little creepy. You’ll want to make sure you dress warmly for all of them (no matter when you visit), and be sure to arrive armed with a steely constitution.
By Amanda Oppold