Whether your solo vacation is on your own terms or not, the fact remains, no other travel offers the same exhilaration or mystique as traveling the globe by yourself. The concept is understandably intimidating at first, but once you take that first step, there won't be any hesitation to look back.
Puerto Vallarta, among a handful of other locales, possesses a quaint air about it that makes it an incredibly approachable first place to visit. There area a few tips to help you ease along the transition, and will inevitably become one to plan future solo vacations by.
Tip 1 - Assemble your vacation from scratch. Not only does it lend the flexibility of being able to act on whims, but it presents a more organic approach to travel. On a related note, if you consider a pre-packaged trip, be aware that prices are typically based on a double occupancy; chances are you're paying more than you should be.
Tip 2 - Consider an all inclusive. All inclusive resorts in Puerto Vallarta solve some of the uncertainty and monotony that can come from planning your first travels. Elements such as food, drinks, recreation, and health facilities are all lumped into one number, the number that you pay. This is a route that can open more opportunity for exploring Puerto Vallarta for yourself.
Tip 3 - Traveling solo does not mean traveling alone. Of all destinations recommended for solo travel, Puerto Vallarta continually ranks high for how accommodating an environment it offers. It is suggested, particularly, for female travelers based on its high level of safety, hospitable hotels and restaurants, and the always-social atmosphere resonating from the clubs and bars. Even for the shy, it is comforting to know that you are never alone in Puerto Vallarta.
It's a town of intuitive relaxation. Unlike other more expansive cities, this one welcomes the opportunity for exploration and discovery for traveler and travelers alike.
Enid Glasgow is a product of unbridled wanderlust and a knack for gab.