Added: Jermone Salazar - Date: 11.03.2022 13:17 - Views: 21571 - Clicks: 6547
While traveling solo has its benefits, it's nice to have someone with whom to explore a new place. The following apps and platforms help you find the perfect travel buddy — just make sure to ask these 20 important questions before hitting the road, or risk being struck with an awful travel companion.
Penro is a free service that connects travelers before they hit the road. Once you up, you'll create a profile, including details about your trip for other travelers to browse. The platform allows you to search by destination, helping you to quickly narrow down pertinent matches. There's a good chance you already use Reddit to find interesting stories; however, Reddit's Travel Partners message board allows travelers to post trips and ask others to .
If you're traveling alone, the SoloTravel subreddit is a good place to find potential travel partners and seek advice. Just launched in March, HereToMeet. After inputting your travel destination, dates and interests, the platform matches like-minded travelers with similar itineraries, also providing event ideas via EventBrite.
Before meeting in person, users can exchange messages and media and live chat through website.
Because the website is so new, you may not find a ton of users yet, however, it's worth keeping an eye on, especially with an app set to launch at the end of summer. HelloTel App. There's a lot of functionality — the ability to add photos, comments, ask for local recommendations, plan meetups and post questions in your social feed — and it's a good choice for solo travelers who sometimes want to interact with others.
Tour groups for solo travelers. To guarantee you won't be alone on a trip you booked solo, a tour group. While all will ensure interaction, companies like SolosExodus which has a specified Solo Travellers Holidays and Singles in Paradise geared toward single travelers ensure you won't be stuck in group of couples and friend cliques. I mentioned Wingman, an app that helps you "meet people at the airport, on your flight, and at your destination" in my article on networking in the sky with a bit of sarcasm; however, the site seems to have changed its wording around.
While at first it billed itself, more or less, as the Tinder of the skies, it now seems that not just "attractive people" will find this app useful. I guess we'll see once the app officially launch this summer.
With myriad new travel apps and platforms being launched each week — not to mention a growing traveler desire to connect with others around the world — these are far from your only options. A few others to check out: GlobetrooperTripTogether and Tripstirlaunching this month. She's constantly searching for local experiences beyond the guidebook.
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