- Kayak has put together the most popular locations for solo travelers in 2020, according to searches made by individual travelers on the reservation platform between November 1, 2018, and October 31, 2019.
- Spanish-speaking locations, from Spain to Colombia, controlled the list.
- Ushuaia, Argentina, nicknamed the “End of the World” and the world’s southernmost city, saw 85%of its searches performed by travelers wanting to book only one ticket.
- Ibiza likewise made the list. Solo tourists will have no problem fulfilling new people on the Spanish island, which is one of Europe’s leading celebration locations, but likewise has an easygoing side.
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Taking a trip alone can be exceptionally gratifying— but likewise intimidating.
As part of its annual Travel Hacker Guide, Kayak has discovered the most popular locations for solo tourists in 2020 based on the destinations with the most searches from specific travelers in between November 1, 2018, and October 31, 2019.
From Ibiza, Spain, to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, keep scrolling to see the leading spots solo travelers are gathering to this year. Perhaps you’ll make a new travel buddy as soon as you exist.
A massive 85%of tourists seeking to book a journey to Ushuaia, Argentina, on Kayak were traveling alone.
Medellin, Colombia, likewise saw 85%of Kayak searches performed by solo travelers.
Once thought about ” the most hazardous city” worldwide, muddied by its previous reputation for drugs and gang violence, Medellin is now drawing in throngs of travelers.
In spite of the United States federal government’s alerting to travelers that they should reconsider travel to Antioquia, an area to the north of Medellin, the Colombian city is especially popular with solo travelers, according to Kayak.
Visitors are drawn to the city’s spectacular place in the Aburrá Valley, amongst mountains and jungle, flower farms, and coffee plantations. Lavish parks, trendy new dining establishments, and excellent coffee are another reason Colombia’s second-largest city is getting a growing number of buzz.
Bogotá, Colombia, was searched by 84%solo tourists on Kayak.
A stretching cosmopolitan city that’s a colonial village at heart, Bogotá is Colombia’s capital and house to around 10 million people.
A city of opposites, glossy skyscrapers sit along with 16 th-century Spanish buildings and shantytowns next to futuristic buildings. Perched high in the Andes mountains, Bogotá also has a fast-growing food scene, with excellent red wine and tasty coffee, as well as regular food celebrations.
Eighty-four percent of travelers looking for trips to Nuuk, Greenland, were looking for specific tickets.
While Nuuk, which sits 150 miles south of the Polar circle, is the capital and biggest city of Greenland, couple of people have become aware of it.
However they need to The city is a fantastic jumping-off point for whale seeing and exploring the country’s famous glaciers. It’s also increasingly ending up being a hub for contemporary art and style, while high end restaurants including Greenlandic food are quickly popping up.
Ibiza, Spain, was browsed by 84%solo travelers.
Solo travelers will have no problem fulfilling new individuals in Ibiza, among Europe’s leading party locations.
However 24- hour clubs and wild swimming pool parties aside, the Spanish island is likewise home to stunning beaches, pine forests, and rolling hills, along with peaceful villages, yoga retreats, and bohemian markets.
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, saw 83%of its Kayak searches carried out by individuals wanting to travel solo.
Known for Carnival, bossa nova, and samba, Rio has a pulsing nightlife and an outstanding food scene. It also has rich mountains, leafy parks, and gorgeous beaches in the middle of town, suggesting visitors can surf, hike, bike, rock climb, or hang move in a metropolitan setting that feels surprisingly rural.
Santiago, Chile, also saw 83%of its searches performed by people looking to book only single tickets.
Sitting in a valley surrounded by the Andes, Santiago goes back to 1541 and features both incredible architecture and fantastic views.
Regardless of being a sprawling metropolis filled with high-rise buildings and workplace towers, Chile’s capital has lots of gems such as 1910- constructed Museo de Bellas Artes, the 1807- built Palacio de la Genuine Audiencia, and the 1799- built Catedral Metropolitana de Santiago. It is likewise filled with bars, museums, art galleries, and pathway dining establishments and cafés.
Eighty-three percent of Kayak searches about Fez, Morocco, were made by solo travelers.
Eighty-three percent of Kayak searches for Trinidad and Tobago were made by people wanting to travel there alone.