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Solo Travel in Asia

Holidays for solo travellers in Asia with Explore

Home to some of the world’s greatest and most fascinating sites, Asia is the ultimate adventure playground for those travelling solo.

Asia is the planet’s largest continent with 48 countries, each unique with their own cultures and traditions. Solo travellers searching for the trip of a lifetime in Asia are spoiled for choice with vibrant cities, colourful festivals, ancient structures steeped in history and rural escapes, our trips allow travellers to experience the perfect combination of paradise and adventure. From the towering Himalayas in Nepal to exotic tropical coasts of Indonesia; wherever your journey may take you, you’ll be blown away by the sights and sounds that Asia has to offer.
 

North and Central Asia

Venture to one of Asia’s most vivid and dynamic countries, India, where you can wonder at the exquisitely carved temples such as the Taj Mahal or Jaipur's iconic forts and palaces on our tour of The Golden Triangle. Those looking for a more exotic snapshot of this beautiful country can spot majestic wild tigers in the Ranthambore National Park or soak up the sunshine with a walk along the stunning beaches and shorelines of the Kerala Backwaters.

Neighboring Sri-Lanka is also home to the worlds' most renowned Buddhist temples and religious sites. Our Highlights of Sri Lanka Tour will take you on safari to see leopards and elephants before taking a slightly slower pace with a walk along the pristine West Coast beaches.

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Solo Travelling in Asia

Asia is one of the most popular solo travel destinations for all ages and it's easy to see why. This diverse continent caters for all tastes and interests whether you're looking for an active holiday trekking mountains and tackling cycle routes or simply hoping to feel the sea gently lapping at your feet on one of Asia's tropical shorelines.

One tip to remember is Asia's hot and humid climate which can be trying for those not used to warm weather. Be prepared by researching the weather at the time of your trip so you can pack the appropriate clothing for monsoon season . It is also recommended that you pack lightly with suitable clothing and sun protection for the soaring temperatures during summer. It's also important to consult with your doctor for advice on any heath risks whilst travelling Asia; some countries will require travellers to receive vaccinations 4-8 weeks prior to your trip and Malaria tablets as a precaution.

You also can't go to Asia without trying some of the best local cuisine in the world. Whilst it's still important to not overlook food hygiene when travelling, Asia is one of the greatest places on Earth to try out traditional street food which is cooked outdoors with fresh, local ingredients. India is also home to some of the most fragrant and delicious cuisine, however it is advised that travellers stick with cooked vegetarian meals as a precaution and pack Probiotics and Charcoal tablets should they find themselves feeling a little queasy.

On the plus side, food, transport and accommodation are notoriously cheap in Asia and if you wish to venture out in your free time, our Explore tour leaders are always happy to help and point you in the right direction. However, strict deadlines are rarely part of local culture and that the laid back approach is definitely a way of life! English is also widely spoken in a lot of more tourist-friendly areas but a basic phrasebook is recommended to avoid misunderstandings; locals always appreciate attempts at their language.

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