The 27 best vacation destinations for singles according to expert solo travelers

These are the best vacation destination for singles recommended by pro solo travelers with tips on how to meet people plus a budget guide for a single person.

Hi Trisha! I found out about your blog from a friend from University. This year, I am finally leaving the United States to travel solo! I am a very social person and though I love solo traveling, I also don’t want to feel lonely. In your experience, what are the best vacation destinations for singles? I need something that has a great nightlife and lots of opportunities to meet people. Perhaps somewhere safe too? I might also join your group trip to Mexico! Thanks for your blog – I find it extremely helpful.

Matt Trombley, United States

Hola Matt!

Glad you decided to travel solo and that you are interested in one of my group trips! I understand that safety is your concern but my advice is to just practice vigilance the same way you’d do anywhere abroad (or here in the US!).

In this best vacation destinations for singles, I invited a few solo travelers to recommend and contribute their best pick. You will find information about nightlife, meeting people and solo travel budget costs in each of the destination.

Note that the first 5 best vacation destinations for singles are my recommendations. You will also find separate solo travel guides for each place.

Good luck and let me know what destination you picked!

Xx, Trisha

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Here is the best vacation destination for singles recommended by solo travelers. Each of these places has an overview of meeting people, nightlife, safety, and trip costs.

1. Hong Kong

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On my 18th birthday (17 years ago!), I received a trip to Hong Kong gift from my family and this was my first trip in this marvelous city. When I turned 26, I decided to move to Hong Kong and live there for 3 months as a digital nomad.

Hong Kong is a melting pot of all nationalities. Meeting people was so easy, especially if you frequent bars and restaurants that fellow expats and travelers visit. There are also language exchange activities and weekly meet-ups for expats!

Hong Kong is a lively city with a bustling nightlife. Lan Kwai Fong, a bustling labyrinth of bars and clubs, is the epicenter of the city’s party scene, drawing a lively, international crowd. Wan Chai offers a more diverse experience, from upscale lounges to traditional pubs, reflecting the area’s unique blend of old and new. 

All areas of Hong Kong has a vibrant nightlife but these two are what I recommend if you are a traveler who is in the city for a few days.

Hong Kong used to be a British colony so everyone could speak English. Of course, there are still local areas where their English is limited but it won’t be hard to communicate with them. They are always willing to help!

As for transportation, Hong Kong is a city with an efficient train system. The Mass Transit Railway (MTR) is fast, reliable, and affordable way to traverse the city and its suburbs. 

With well-signposted stations and frequent services, navigating via MTR is a breeze for both locals and tourists. You won’t have a hard time getting around – the train is connected to every single neighborhood in the country!

I never felt unharmed in Hong Kong and I consider it as one of the safest places to visit alone. The streets are lively til the wee hours of morning and everyone’s out and about. I walked the streets alone many times and nothing happened to me.

If I am going out to drink and party with friends, I took the taxi home and avoided walking. But overall, I did not feel unsafe in Hong Kong!

Hong Kong is one of the most expensive cities in Asia but very few people know that you can eat here for as low as $7. For accommodations, I spent around $55 per night for a boutique hotel in Central neighborhood.

For food, everything was up in the air since I also love fine dining and tasting menus (around $100). Overall, a daily budget of $85 in Hong Kong is enough and can take you a long way!

👉🏽 Related: How to travel to Hong Kong solo on a budget

2. Cabo, Mexico

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I will be very biased with Cabo because this is where I currently live! It is no secret that Cabo is a party place. With its close proximity to the United States, it is one of the most popular and best vacation destinations for singles.

When I first moved to Cabo, I was overwhelmed with the parties (it goes on for days!) but I have met many fellow single travelers (and even dated some!). Cabo is an English-speaking city and we also use USD here so you won’t feel strange.

I recommend Cabo for those who are traveling for the first time, especially if you are from the states. It’s another country (Mexico) but you will feel at home as we have the culture of California here.

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Obviously, I chose to live here so I feel safe here. Cabo is a touristy area and safety is not an issue unless you involve yourself in sketchy activities such as buying drugs.

The only downside of traveling alone here is that Cabo is expensive. Most travelers opt for a boutique hotel or an all-inclusive resort that ranges from $100 – $500 for a single person.

If you are planning to visit Cabo, I still live here so please get in touch! I’d love to meet you and show you around!

🏖️ You can also join my group trips to Mexico if you are doubtful about traveling to Mexico alone! I have a few every month where I host 12 people max. It’s really a great trip to meet other single travelers!

👉🏽 See also: Is Cabo safe for solo travelers?

3. Tokyo, Japan

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Tokyo is one of my favorite best vacation destinations for singles as I spent most of my single life here! I usually celebrate New Year’s in Tokyo (it’s super cold, I know) because I have a lot of Japanese friends.

Japan is one of the safest countries in the world. The transportation system is excellent and is connected to neighborhoods like Shinjuku. The Japan Rail Pass also enables you to travel the whole country with ease. Remember, they have the most advanced bullet trains in the world!

Tokyo is expensive compared to other solo travel destinations in Asia. I stayed in a capsule hotel which costs around $55 per night (dorm-type).

I would recommend you to look at other Tokyo accommodations since capsule hotels are tight. It may not be a good fit but it’s a good cultural experience. Only Japan has these kinds of accommodations!

As for food, street food in Tokyo is cheaper than restaurants. You can even eat full meals at their Seven-Eleven convenience stores for as low as $6!

If you plan to travel to Tokyo alone, get in touch with me and I will hook you up with my Japanese friends!

👉🏽 You might also like: Use this Tokyo itinerary for your trip

4. Cusco, Peru

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I lived in Peru for more than a year so Cusco is one of my best vacation destinations for singles. Everyone goes backpacking Peru! The big draw, of course, is Machu Picchu. You have to see it!

Aside from Machu Picchu, there are many things to do in Cusco such as visiting the Sacred Valley and hiking the incredible Rainbow Mountain.

Peru is a very outdoor destination for solo travelers so this is a great option if you are adventurous. Being physically fit is also a requirement as most of the destinations in Peru are at high altitudes (from 2,500m above sea level).

In Cusco, I always stay in hostels. A bed in a dorm in a good Cusco hostel starts at $17 per night. Food is also cheap as you can get something on the streets for as low as $2. For restaurants, the price range is from $4-$15.

🦙 By the way, if Peru is on your bucketlist, I host a 14-day Peru expedition every year with limited slots! Join me and I will show you Peru!

👉🏽 Related: How to travel to Cusco alone

5. Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam


This is no secret. We all know that all solo travelers love Vietnam. The affordable costs, the friendly people, and the things to do are just some of the reasons why Ho Chi Minh is one of the best vacation destinations for singles.

As a backpacker nation, Ho Chi Minh has a lively nightlife that’s vibrant until the wee hours of the morning. It is also very easy to meet people as it is part of the Banana Pancake Trail, which is the usual route for traveling in Southeast Asia.

Vietnam is a safe country as it is used to foreign (and young) foreigners and tourists. Just practice the same vigilance as you would do elsewhere.

I stayed in various hostels in Ho Chi Minh (there are many!). 10 years ago, I was only paying around $5 USD for a dorm room! Now that I am older, I still stay in hostels but book for a private room.

On other occasions, I also stayed in a boutique hotel in District 1, which is one of the most popular neighborhoods for solo travelers.

👉🏽 You might also like: The essential solo female travel guide to Ho Chi Minh


6. Mykonos

Recommended by Melissa Byron from A Solo Woman Traveling

If you are single and ready to mingle, the Greek Island of Mykonos is one of the best vacation destinations for singles!

How do I know this? I spent 3 incredible days on the small and luxurious island last summer. You can tell Mykonos has been gaining popularity because the island was packed with travelers excited to check out its incredible beaches, and epic party scene.

It’s a place to be seen, and since I’m single, that is exactly what I wanted. My experience on the island of Mykonos and all Greek Islands has been great! In terms of safety, I felt completely comfortable walking around by myself.  

The party scene was very lively and I actually met a couple other single travelers that I made friends with. My recommendation is check out the popular beach club Super Paradise, but if you travel at peak season, you must get a reservation.

There are many ways of getting to Mykonos via daily ferry crossings and international flights. Public transit on the island is decent with buses and water taxis that go to all the popular hot spots. 

The only drawback of visiting Mykonos alone is the high ticket price tag for food and accommodations. They don’t call it Millionaires Island for nothing. But I found when you research and plan you can find some pretty great deals. 

The average daily budget for a single person in Mykonos can vary greatly depending on personal preferences and travel style. 

A moderate budget, including standard accommodation, meals, transportation, and some entertainment, can range from $100 to $200 USD per day.  For a more luxurious experience, the budget can easily exceed $300 USD per day, especially during peak tourist seasons.

Overall, Mykonos is an ideal choice for singles visiting Greece, with its lively atmosphere, beautiful beaches, and a variety of activities to enjoy.

7. Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Recommended by Austra from The Road Reel

The sought-after travel destination in the Middle East, Dubai, is one of the incredibly best vacation destinations for singles. As a cosmopolitan city, it offers a lively atmosphere, plenty of things to do, active nightlife, a sense of adventure, and a taste of luxury.

Meeting new people in Dubai is pretty effortless, and you can make connections in different places, even in the most unexpected ones.

Whether you’re sipping a coffee in the artsy Alserkal Avenue, strolling along the touristy Walk at JBR, jogging along the local Kite beach, joining a desert safari, or are out in the coolest club in town, opportunities to mingle with both locals and fellow travelers are abundant.

What is very appealing about Dubai is that you will meet people from all over the world and will always find somewhere you belong. Dubai is very open and welcoming.

The nightlife in Dubai is top-notch and there is a variety of places to go out. From the pulsating beats of open-air world-class clubs like White.

The sophisticated ambience of rooftop lounges overlooking the city’s neon skyline, to chilled bars that don’t require strict dress codes or even cool beach clubs that start parties at midday and continue till the sun goes down.

In short, there’s a venue to match every mood and music taste.

Moreover, getting around Dubai is also easy. Dubai metro and tram are convenient and cheap means of transport to get between the most popular areas like Dubai Marina and Dubai Downtown.

Metro will even take you to and from the airport. For places which are not directly accessible by public transport, or if you prefer moving around faster, taxis are always around the corner. You can catch one just on the street or install the Careem app (Uber equivalent). 

Furthermore, the majority of the population in Dubai speaks fluent English. Street signage is also in English which makes getting around and communicating exceptionally convenient, adding to the ease of exploration.

Safety, which is the main concern for many single travelers, is one of Dubai’s strongest attributes. The city has some of the lowest crime rates in the world, and its strict laws ensure a secure environment.

As a single traveler, you can roam around freely even in the middle of the night. If you leave your iPhone in a restaurant, 99% chances are you will still find it. Yet general measures of safety are always good to apply wherever you travel. 

Lastly, Dubai’s daily budget can vary widely depending on your choices. For the budget-conscious, expect to spend around $100-150 per day, covering simple accommodations, public transportation, and casual dining.

If you prefer a more luxurious experience, the budget can easily blow up. Expect to spend upwards of $300 per day, indulging in fine dining, exclusive club entries, lavish attractions, and luxury accommodations in Dubai.

Although not the cheapest destination to travel to, Dubai still offers a range of options to suit different budgets, making it a versatile place for singles looking to immerse themselves in a vibrant, multicultural experience.

8. Barcelona, Spain

Recommended by Kristin of Global Travel Escapades

If you’re a single person looking for the perfect the best vacation destinations for singles, I highly recommend Barcelona! For one, the city has an incredibly vibrant nightlife as it’s packed with numerous bars and beach clubs with a youthful and friendly atmosphere.

Add in the delicious Catalan cuisine and tapas the city is famous for, and it’s pretty easy to connect with new people. I often noticed people staying out until the wee hours of the morning, even if they were with people they had just met.

On top of this, since Barcelona is a major tourist destination, most of the locals know at least a basic level of English. Frequently, I encountered locals who were fluent in 3 or 4 languages.

This means you can rest easy knowing you’re unlikely to encounter too many language barrier problems!

Another reason why Barcelona is fantastic for singles is because it has an excellent public transportation system. As someone who is a female solo traveler, this meant I could safely and affordably navigate the city, even when it was late out.

Speaking of keeping costs down, Barcelona is a comparatively affordable city. On average, I spent $75 – $100 USD a day. About half of that was on accommodations and the other half was visiting tourist attractions and eating out.

So from the amazing ambiance and food to the convenient transportation network and affordability, Barcelona was the perfect destination for my solo adventure.

And it’s for these reasons I would recommend you consider Barcelona if you’re after something similar and want the opportunity to meet lots of new people! 

👉🏽 Related: What’s it like to travel to Barcelona solo

9. St Kitts and Nevis

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One of the best vacation destinations for singles in the Caribbean is St Kitts and Nevis because of the large number of students on the island it is really easy to meet new people.

There are lots of cool things to do like snorkelling, ziplining, ATV tours and of course beach bars. Some of the best nightlife in St Kitts can be found along The Strip which is the main area of bars and restaurants along the beach in Frigate Bay.

The Strip is a hotspot for tourists, students, locals and expats especially on the weekends when it gets busy. There are plenty of cheap drinks and drink offers along with music and dancing.

St Kitts is an English-speaking Caribbean Island and is the smallest country on the American continent. This makes getting around really easy as most of the bars and restaurants are within walking distance from each other.

There are local ‘H’ buses to get around the island which are cheap and run frequently and there is also a taxi rank near to The Strip.

Safety is not a big issue even for single people because of the high number of tourists and students there are regular police patrols on weekend nights along The Strip to deal with any trouble that may happen. Normal safety precautions should be taken to avoid any incidents.

Caribbean islands are not considered cheap destinations however you can find boutique hotel accommodations or budget hotels for around $30 a night, food is the biggest expense because most things are imported but drinks are very cheap. A daily budget of between $70-$100 USD should be fine for most people.

10. Key West (FL), USA

Recommended by Victoria of Florida Trippers

One of the best vacation destinations for singles is Key West, Florida. It is the southernmost point in the continental United States and is a great place for singles since there is an incredible nightlife scene all along Duval Street. Some top bars include Sloppy Joe’s, The Rum Bar, and Irish Kevin’s. 

In particular, Irish Kevin’s is an easy place to meet people. Not only do they have music nightly, but there is a killer stout menu and a fun pub grub menu too. They also have a great t-shirt shop where you can pick up a souvenir and feature fun contests like a beer drinking contest. 

Just use common sense when it comes to safety and never leave your drink unattended. Key West is safe but limit the amount you drink so you are aware of your surroundings. Also, never leave your bag unattended, and avoid drinking and driving. 

Now, if you want to explore more of the Old Town area you could rent a bike, scooter, use the public bus, or do a fun Old Town Trolly Tour. Do try to rent a car though since the Florida Keys are huge and this is a great way to get around. 

This way you can visit some of the best beaches in the area, like Smathers Beach, the beach at Fort Zachary Taylor Historic State Park, and Higgs Beach. You can also grab a slice of key lime pie at Kermitt’s Key Lime Shop and visit six-toed cats at the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum.

However, Key West is not a cheap place to travel. So, depending on your style of travel you could spend anywhere between $100 and $500 per day on your trip. I kept it simple and spent around $200 per day during my weekend in Key West.

11. Chiang Mai, Thailand

Recommended by Rebecca from Veggies Abroad

Chiang Mai, Thailand has long been touted as one of the best vacation destinations for singles. For me, its vegan-friendliness was the huge draw, but I really wanted to go for its proximity to visiting an ethical elephant sanctuary.

I watched the documentary The Last Tourist, which discusses the sad reality of unethical animal experiences, but they also highlighted individuals who were on a mission to provide a protected space for these gentle giants.

You’ll find a welcoming community in Chiang Mai — even if someone doesn’t speak English, they will go out of their way to try and help you. Throughout the city, you’ll find plenty of cafes and bars that are always buzzing with activity throughout the day.

A great place to meet people is one of Chiang Mai’s first vegan cafes, which is also a social enterprise, Free Bird. The café hosts all types of events throughout the week (like open mic nights and live music) and has volunteering opportunities, which is a great way to meet people.  

If you’re interested in having fun, there is a diverse array of options, including lively night markets, rooftop bars, and live music venues. One thing that I think you can’t skip is attending a cabaret show; it’s a terrific mix of glamorous costumes and raunchy behavior!

One of the best places to go is Anusarn Market, which is outside of the Old City walls, near Chiang Mai’s Night Bazaar. The public transportation system isn’t as robust in Chiang Mai as it is in other large cities like Bangkok.

There isn’t a metro or subway system; instead, you will need to depend on red songthaew buses, tuk-tuks, and the Grab App. To be honest, I used the buses and tuk-tuks only a couple of times because the city isn’t super massive, so it’s easy to walk to most places.

When you want to go farther, hailing either a tuk-tuk or red Songthaew bus is super easy, but even easier is using the Grab App. Grab is the Uber or Lyft equivalent and offers rides via car or motorbike.

I never felt uncomfortable in Chiang Mai, no matter if I was out during the day or night. I was careful when wandering around and always kept my bag to the side and zipped up.

Another thing to keep in mind is to be aware when you have your phone out; it’s not uncommon for thieves to try to grab phones out of your hand while they ride by on a motorbike.

Chiang Mai is a very affordable city, and how much you will need to budget will ultimately come down to your spending habits. On average, I spent approximately $13 per day on food, minimal on transportation, and $100 per night on accommodations.

I chose a 4-star hotel but you can find cheaper options. One other thing to factor in is additional activities like visiting temples, going to an elephant sanctuary, or a cabaret show, and those can vary from about $20 and up.

12. Melbourne, Australia

Recommended by Dotti from Explore Travel Oasis

Throughout my travels, I met a lot of really interesting people from Melbourne, and they all spoke very highly of it. This is why I am recommending Melbourne as one of the best vacation destinations for singles!

They raved about Melbourne’s cool neighbourhoods, the food, the nightlife and the range of fun and interesting things to do in the city. 

So, my curiosity piqued, and I decided to get a working holiday visa and explore the country for myself. 

It’s so easy to meet people and make friends in Melbourne! Melbourne is famous for its vibrant social scene and unlike other big cities, is unpretentious. This makes it a great place for a solo traveller to meet up with other like-minded people. 

I met a lot of people through Couchsurfing. With so many people from around the world flocking to Melbourne, there were heaps of other travellers looking to meet up and hang out. 

If it’s nightlife you’re after, then Melbourne is the place for you! Whether you want a cozy pub for a few drinks, some live music or theatre or to rave to the early hours of the morning, you’ll find it here. 

My choice to explore the nightlife is the suburb of Brunswick. In this neighbourhood, you can find Howler, one of my personal favourite pubs, which has a solid rotation of DJs and bands almost every night of the week.

Just down the street is the Jazzlab, Melbourne’s best jazz club and Rubix Warehouse, for raves and warehouse parties.

Melbourne is an easy place to travel around. The central train network can shuttle you to the far-flung corners of the city, while the extensive tram system can take you almost anywhere, albeit slower. There’s even a bus service, but these are notoriously unreliable and limited. 

Melbourne has a great system of bike trails and the city is very cycle-friendly, so consider renting a bike while you’re there to get around. It’s a very Melbourne thing to do!

Overall, Melbourne is a safe city – actually, safer than many other big cities around the world.

Melbourne, like all of Australia, is not a cheap place to visit. If you want to enjoy Melbourne’s famous dining scene and be able to do some paid activities, budget at least $120 per day without accommodations in Melbourne.

13. Provincetown (MA), USA

Recommended by Samantha from New England Wanderlust

For my recommendation for the best vacation destinations for singles, I chose the not-so-popular Provincetown in MA. I first went to Provincetown when I was a teenager on a family vacation and fell in love with the culture, art scene, and unique character at every turn.

It was a place that made such a strong impression, I always remembered it. I decided to travel back there as an adult to experience even more of what it had to offer with a fresh perspective. And it didn’t disappoint!

What I love about it is that it perfectly balances a quiet, quaint beach town vibe, with lots of things to do, and an exciting nightlife. 

It is so easy to meet fellow travelers and expats in Provincetown. One of the best things about Provincetown is its acceptance of everyone. It was first known as a prominent art and LGBTIQA+ community where everyone was always embraced for being exactly who they were.

That still stands true today, and because of that, the sense of community in Provincetown, even as a tourist, is very strong. 

I’ve always found everyone here to be extremely friendly and welcoming, which makes it so easy to meet people while traveling alone. Known for its incredible nightlife, one of the best things to do in Provincetown is to check out the countless bars, cabarets, and clubs.

Every night, especially in the summer season, it’ll be harder to decide where to go than to find something going on! Whether it’s dancing, drag shows, comedy clubs, or piano bars, Ptown has it all.

Most nightlife venues can be found along Commercial Street, and places like Post Office Café and Cabaret and Atlantic House are usually where it’s at after sunset.

If you’re looking for more of a chill music scene, Tin Pan Alley serves up awesome food with more low-key (but still lively!) piano entertainment.

Provincetown is a fairly small town, so everything is walkable for the most part, especially the nightlife, shops, and dining. If you don’t have a car, the only transportation you’ll want to plan ahead for is getting to the beaches, which are located outside of the town center. 

In the summer season, though, there’s a very affordable shuttle service that takes you from downtown to both Race Point Beach and Herring Cove Beach, making it easy to get around without a car. 

Safety is never a concern for me while in Provincetown, making it such a stress-free vacation when traveling alone. Because of the tight-knit community, small size, and accepting nature, you won’t have to practice any heightened safety precautions. 

Like anywhere, keep an eye on your drinks, be aware of your surroundings, and have fun! 

As a whole, New England is an expensive destination, especially in peak summer season, which runs July & August. Provincetown is unfortunately no exception, and since it’s located on Cape Cod, a popular beach vacation area in the region, prices for accommodations, food, and entertainment run high. 

In the summer season, expect to shell out about $300/night for a hotel, and possibly more on the weekends or holidays. Prices are lower throughout the rest of the year, with May, June, September, and October being nice times to visit that are less expensive.

Seafood is the speciality in this region, which also comes with a higher price tag, but splurging on a lobster roll is worth it! Seafood dishes range anywhere from $20-$30, but you can also eat on the cheap by getting more basic meals at casual and take-out places. 

Usually, I spend around $200-$300/night for a hotel in Provincetown, and around $100/day on food, beach passes, and entertainment.

14. Zanzibar, Tanzania

Recommended by Carrie from The Daydream Drifters

Zanzibar had been on my bucket list for years so I am so happy to recommend it as one of the best vacation destinations for singles!

When I found cheap flights to Tanzania, I took the opportunity to head to this stunning paradise, and even added on a 5-day safari. Zanzibar truly is one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever been to.

It’s super easy to meet people from all over the world in Zanzibar! There are countless group tours and some great hostels. Most backpackers and solo travelers spend time around the areas of Nungwi and Kendwa. You can also meet people at coworking spaces, as there are lots of digital nomads on the island!

Although Zanzibar is a predominantly Muslim island, there is no shortage of nightlife! Something is going on every day of the week.

I especially enjoyed my night at KaeFunk Zanzibar. It’s a beach club that has sunset parties with a DJ, dancing, drinks, and a big bonfire.

Every Saturday there’s a beach party at Kendwa Rocks and during the full moon they have an amazing and super lively full moon party. You can also find good nightlife in Nungwi, Paje, and Stone Town!

The best way to get around Zanzibar is by taxi. They are all around the island and I had no problem getting a taxi any time I needed one. The rates are fair and range between $5 to $50 depending on how long your ride is.

Renting a car is another possibility, but I recommend against it. There are police scattered throughout the island stopping tourists and giving them tickets for no reason. You may be able to talk your way out of the ticket, but the taxi prices are fair enough and I felt that renting a car wasn’t worth the stress.

Almost everyone I met in Zanzibar had at least a basic level of English. Communication was no problem and all the tours offered English speaking guides as well!

There wasn’t a moment where I felt unsafe in Zanzibar. The locals and all the other travelers I met were so kind and offered help when I needed it.

If you’re a female solo traveler, I recommend finding a taxi driver you like and getting their WhatsApp phone number. I called the same driver 3 or 4 times during my trip to Zanzibar.

This offered an extra sense of safety because I already felt comfortable with the driver, and I knew they would charge me fairly. It’s a win-win!

Zanzibar is definitely a place you can do on almost any budget! There are hostels and cheap group tours, but also luxury hotels and private boat trips.

On average, I spent around $120/day, but it doesn’t need to be that expensive! You can find hostels for $10/night, food for $5/meal, and Zanzibar activities starting from $20.

A daily budget of $80 in Zanzibar would be comfortable for a mid-range traveler! 

15. Dublin, Ireland

Recommended by Tamar of World by Weekend

I moved to Dublin, sight unseen, for a job opportunity, and have been here ever since! For three years I’ve been exploring the city and getting to know its every nook and cranny. 

Irish people are very friendly and it’s so easy to meet people, especially if you go out to a local pub. It helps that everyone here is English-speaking, making it easy to chat with locals without struggling with a language barrier.

Dublin is known for its nightlife which makes it one of the best vacation destinations for singles. There are pubs and bars around every corner! The city center is very lively in the evenings and the top area I recommend for going out and enjoying the nightlife.

If you’re looking for a more laid-back feel, head to a pub in a neighborhood outside the city center. Portobello, Beggars Bush, and Baggot Street are nice areas within walking distance of the center city with a nice concentration of restaurants, bars, and pubs.

Ireland is English-speaking so it’s easy to communicate with locals and get help as needed.

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As for getting around Dublin, the city is very walkable and easy to explore on foot. Dublin has excellent public transit options, so on days with inclement weather (which is often), or if you need to get further afield, you can always hop on a bus or tram (known locally as the LUAS). 

Dublin, like all major cities, has its safety issues. For locals, safety in the city has recently been front of mind with many news articles decrying the dangers of our city streets.

As a woman living in Dublin who often walks around the center of the city by myself, I have never personally felt unsafe in Dublin.

For people coming to Dublin, even those traveling solo, Dublin is safe to visit. If you’re going out drinking or partying, consider taking a taxi instead of walking home solo at night. But otherwise, you should feel safe exploring Dublin.

Dublin is expensive, but there are many free museums you can visit to keep costs down. For accommodations, expect to pay around $163 per night at a mid-range hotel in the city center.

For food and drink, a mid-tier restaurant meal costs about $27 and pints cost about $8 each. Overall, plan for a daily budget of around $218 in Dublin.

16. Queenstown, New Zealand

Recommended by Ksenia from Explore with Wonder

I spent eight years living in New Zealand, initially as a university student and then as a corporate employee. In a way, living in New Zealand without visiting Queenstown would have been unthinkable. It is really one of the best vacation destinations for singles!

Queenstown has always been a top destination for both domestic and international tourists, thanks to its natural beauty, wealth of fun activities and vibrant nightlife. It is also an excellent base for exploring some of New Zealand’s most famous natural attractions, such as Milford Sound and Glacier Country.

I’ve been fortunate enough to visit Queenstown many times and am always happy to return. It possesses a special cosmopolitan atmosphere that is utterly unique compared to other small towns in the country.  

If you are visiting New Zealand solo, be sure to spend at least a few days in Queenstown.

Queenstown boasts a youthful atmosphere, largely thanks to the presence of young people from all over the world. Some are there just for a few days while others stay in the town longer while on working holiday visas.

As many of these travellers arrive in the town solo, there’s a strong motivation to make new friends, exchange travel stories, and possibly even find romance.

Since Queenstown is quite compact, the main social spots for the international crowd are concentrated in one area, making it extremely easy to meet new people.

Queenstown is renowned for its vibrant nightlife, energised by its young international residents. Despite its modest size, the town punches well above its weight in terms of nighttime entertainment.

From backpacker bars offering reasonably priced drinks and lively clubs to sophisticated cocktail bars and high-end restaurants, Queenstown has something to suit every taste and budget.

In New Zealand, especially outside the big cities, reliance on cars is common, so to make the most of your vacation, hiring a car is the best option. While there are organised tour companies that can take you to top attractions, having your own car offers the most freedom.

However, Queenstown’s town centre is small and perfectly walkable. If you are staying outside the main town area, you might also benefit from the $2 public bus network.

If you plan to use the local buses, be sure to check in advance if your accommodation is on the routes, as the services are not overly extensive.

New Zealand is regarded as a safe travel destination, and Queenstown is no exception. Personally, I’ve always felt safe there, and going out at night in the town centre is completely fine as it stays quite busy for some time.

However, the usual precautions should be taken. Avoid walking alone on unlit streets, never leave your drink unattended, and trust your instincts. If something or someone feels dubious, politely remove yourself from the situation.

Queenstown, like New Zealand in general, is an expensive destination, especially during the peak summer season between December and February.

Your budget will depend on the standard of accommodation and the types of dining and activities you choose. The minimum budget I would recommend for Queenstown is between $120 and $150 per day.

This should cover a private room with an en-suite bathroom in a budget hotel, which typically costs between $70 and $90 per night. I would also suggest allocating an additional $50 to $70 per day for food and activities.

You might be able to reduce this amount by staying a bit further out of town. That’s what I did on my very first trip to Queenstown, although getting into town was a bit of an issue as I didn’t have a driver’s license at the time.

17. Oahu, Hawaii

by Rachel from Caribbean Uncovered

I spent two years traveling the world, visiting different cities every month. O’ahu was one of my first stops, and of course, one of my favorite best vacation destinations for singles!

I visited in February, making it the perfect winter getaway. I also was lucky enough to have a few friends stationed there at the time (O’ahu has a large military base), so it was great to catch up with them!

There’s a large young adult presence on the island, especially in Waikiki. I met people on Hinge and Bumble BFF – some of them I’m still in touch with 3 years later! Plus, everybody is super friendly. Treat the locals and their island with respect and they will do the same for you.

I’m not a huge “party, clubs, drinking” girl. But that ended up being why I loved O’ahu so much! There are local breweries throughout the island, so if you love trying different drafts, there’s a brew for you.

I personally love hitting the beach bars in Waikiki. But, if you love to party, head to Chinatown. Try out Manifest Cocktail Bar or Proof Social Club. And of course, you can’t miss out on a classic Hawaiin luau!

If you’re staying in Waikiki, you can easily get around on your feet or in a taxi. However, getting around the rest of the island requires a car. There’s a bus system (TheBus) which I would seldom recommend using.

You’ll want to get a car for a least a few days so you can see the North Shore, Lanikai Beach, or take advantage of some of the volcano hikes around the island.

Since Hawaii is an American state, everyone speaks English – no need to worry about a language barrier!

Oahu is incredibly safe – even in Waikiki and Honolulu! While I wouldn’t recommend walking around alone at night, there’s very little to worry about when it comes to safety in Oahu.

The city is frequently crowded, so unless you’re searching for empty streets and alleys, the biggest things you should keep an eye out for are scams and pickpockets.

I spent just under $2,000 for four weeks on a longer-term room in a house and $30-$50/day on food.

I had a kitchen, so I cooked breakfast every day, but frequently bought lunch and dinner. If you’re planning on renting a car, your daily budget will need to be much higher than that.

18. Banff, Canada

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Recommended by Jessica from Next Up Adventure

If you’re a single traveler looking for the best vacation destinations for singles, look no further than the English-speaking mountain town of Banff.

Banff is located right in Banff National Park in Canada and is famous around the world for its breathtaking natural landscapes and also its vibrant nightlife. It’s a must-visit spot for anyone looking to explore Western Canada.

The town of Banff has a lively bar scene with plenty of options for live music, dancing, trivia, and mingling with other travelers.

Because it’s a popular travel destination, you will cross paths with people from all over the world. You’ll probably find it very easy to meet people in Banff as a solo traveller.

Banff has an incredible public transportation system called ROAM. A ROAM transit pass is provided for free by many hotels, and those camping in the summer can take ROAM into town for free also.  

The buses run to all the major attractions in and around Banff including Johnston Canyon, the Gondola, Moraine Lake, and Lake Louise.  A single ride around town is $2, and a day pass is $5.

The routes to Lake Louise and Moraine Lake max out at $20. The townsite of Banff is small enough that you can easily get around by foot or bike. This makes it easy to explore different areas and try out different activities without having to worry about renting a car or getting lost.

Safety is always a concern when traveling alone, however, Banff is a very safe destination for solo travelers. The locals are friendly and welcoming, and the small-town atmosphere creates a sense of community.

The townsite has its police service and the natural spaces of the national park are well-maintained and patrolled by park rangers.

When enjoying the outdoors and beautiful landscapes throughout Banff National Park, you’ll want to make sure you read about bear safety and carry bear spray with you. Never approach, feed, or touch wildlife. 

Expect to spend Canadian dollars while in Banff. Almost all places take major credit cards, even more so than cash. So, you don’t necessarily have to worry about having Canadian cash on hand.

Daily costs in Banff can vary greatly depending on your preferred accommodation and food. If you camp or stay in a hostel and cook your meals, Banff can be very budget-friendly.

If you choose to stay in some of the very beautiful luxury accommodations and eat out for all your meals, it can be pricey! A hotel in the low season ranges from $200-$700/night, in the high season that can double. Campsites run from $25$-$75 a night depending on services. 

Many restaurants do have daily specials as well as Happy Hour. As a bonus -hiking and outdoor activities are free! You will need a National Parks pass if you decide to drive into the park/townsite.

Banff is a great destination for both winter and summer travel. It is also important to note that accommodation prices are much more expensive over the summer and Christmas holidays.

If you can travel in spring or fall, or during the week, prices will be significantly cheaper.

19. Copenhagen, Denmark

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Recommended by Zhen from Greedy Girl Gourmet

I was living in London and Copenhagen is a very cheap and short flight away. Plus, I’ve heard so much about the amazing food scene in Copenhagen and, as a food blogger, I share modern and traditional Asian food recipes.

It felt like I wouldn’t be doing my job well if I didn’t go! Since my first trip in 2018, I have now been there 4 times, with a 5th time coming up in 2024!

I’ve heard that it can be difficult to make friends in Denmark but, as a tourist, I found people very friendly. It probably helped that my first visit included time at Roskilde Music Festival so everyone was very warm and outgoing!

Copenhagen has a good nightlife scene. Some of the more popular spots include Vesterbro and Norrebro. If partying is not your scene, the famous Tivoli Gardens amusement park also opens at night- there are even concerts and fireworks some nights!

Copenhagen is an extremely walkable city. You can walk to many parts of the city without getting lost (with the help of Google maps, of course.) 

If you’re not as mobile, it is also very easy to take public transport there.  One of my favorite things about it is how quick and easy it is to take the subway from the airport directly into the city centre.

Just keep in mind that it’s not cheap! (Taxis are, of course, even more expensive so out of most people’s budgets.)

In Copenhagen, everyone I met spoke very good English. So good that it seemed like their first language! You’ll feel very much at home.

One of my favourite things about Copenhagen is how safe it is. I didn’t feel worried walking around after dark, unlike in some other cities in Europe! Of course, it helped that I stayed in the city centre.

There are some places to pay attention to though. For example, I’ve heard the meat-packing district and Norrebro has some sketchy bits. In addition, if you visit Freetown Christiana, you’ll have to be careful to pay attention as they have their own rules- for example, no taking photos near Pusher street.

The daily budget really varied quite a bit. For example, if you decide to eat at one of Copenhagen’s famous Michelin-star restaurants, it will up the cost quite a bit! 

Usually, I eat simple street food such as (very good) pizza and hot dogs, and walk around the city, which would cost around $21.

20. New York City (NY), USA

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Recommended by Nick from The World Overload

New York is a premier destination for singles. It’s one of the most famous cities in the world with a constant flow of people coming to visit. There is no way you won’t meet someone new while you are here visiting.

It’s particularly famous for the nightlife you are going to get to experience. You can find every kind of entertainment scattered throughout the boroughs.

You have high-end bars and clubs in Manhattan. Take a walk along the Staten Island boardwalk. Get dressed up and go to one of the many speakeasies with their secret entrances in Queens.

Check out the trendy spots in Brooklyn. Or just have a casual night out at a local bar with cheap drinks and friendly company.

You will find that the people here are generally friendly since there are so few natives these days everyone seems to be a transplant and is also looking to meet new people and make friends.

So strike up a conversation, do a group meetup, or join a tour of the city to connect.

With easy transportation, you can make your way across the city at night. You have the public subway system along with rideshare services and taxis. Take the subway like a true New Yorker and use one of the handy apps so you don’t get lost or off the wrong stop.

For safety, consider it like any other major city you have been to. There are bad and good areas, so do your research before just deciding to go. Be mindful of where you are and the people you are with. It’s fun to be spontaneous but don’t get too distracted.

The one thing you are going to have to get used to is a bigger budget while you are here. The cost of living has significantly increased over the last several years and it will show in the food and drinks you hope to enjoy.

A few hundred dollars a night is what you are looking to spend depending on the kind of night you want. Of course, the cheaper the place the cheaper the cost but don’t let that deter you from treating yourself.

New York can be a magical city no matter the season and being single you have a lot of good opportunities to meet people.

👉🏽 See also: How to plan a solo trip to to New York City

21. Tallinn, Estonia

Recommended by Becki from Meet Me In Departures

I’ve always been a fan of slightly more off-the-beaten-track destinations, and while most people head to the Mediterranean during the summer months, I opted to take a trip to the Baltic states (Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania) instead.

I’m also a huge fan of medieval cities, and all three countries have a UNESCO-listed historic capital. There’s an abundance of things to do in Tallinn, which is where I started my adventure, I worked my way across the country passing through Riga (Latvia) and then Vilnius (Lithuania).

All three countries (and cities) are best vacation destinations for singles, btw!

Yes! One of the best things about Tallinn (and the other Baltic capitals) is that they’re very safe and welcoming. I found it incredibly easy to strike up conversations with locals and fellow travellers – I met loads of other solo travellers on things like city walking tours.

The city also has a vibrant hostel scene, making it even easier to meet like-minded people from all over the world. The locals I met all had excellent English, so communication wasn’t a problem.

All of the Baltic States have great nightlife. I’m not a huge fan of clubs – but there were plenty of stag and hen parties about – so the club scene is decent here if that’s what you’re interested in.

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I preferred to visit either cocktail bars or local taverns. There are also several slightly kitsch-themed taverns which are styled out to look like a medieval bar with people in costumes serving local beer.

It’s very easy to get around Tallinn. The city is fairly small, so the majority of tourist attractions are within walking distance – however, there are some steep hills to climb.

Public transportation is also efficient and affordable, making it easy to explore other parts of Estonia like the beach towns of Parnu or the university town of Tartu.

Tallinn has low crime rates and is generally considered safe for tourists, at night I had no issues walking around in the historic centre by myself.

Tallinn is an affordable capital. I spend around 15 Euro a night on shared dorm accommodation. Depending on the attractions I visited, tickets cost between $5-$21.

If you’re planning to see a lot, then I recommend the Tallinn Card which includes loads of the top attractions in the city.

Food and drink prices varied, and the historical centre around the town square was the most expensive and geared toward tourists. Just outside the main city is Balti Jaam Market where you can pick up fresh produce and traditional street food.

22. Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Amsterdam is one of the best vacation destinations for singles. Most people think of all the crazy things to do in Amsterdam when they head here which is so spot-on spot because there is a lot of nightlife, parties, clubs and more in the city.

It also is a great place to network with other people especially in hostels. It is also so well connected to the rest of the country. This means that you can stay in one city and just take day trips all over. This was something that I really enjoyed.

Now if you want to just visit Amsterdam itself you can stay for anywhere between 3 – 7 days. This would give you a chance to sneak in a few day trips like those to Zaanse Schans and Delft.

But if you really want to immerse yourself in Dutch culture, I would advise staying longer. Book a cycle and cycle through the countryside. Stop for a pannenkoeken at a farm. Take the train right down to Kinderdijk or up to Groningen. Sounds fun doesn’t it?

You can try cheese in Edam and herring in Volendam. You can walk the dykes and see just how ingenious the Dutch are when it comes to water management.

I’m obsessed with this country because it is gorgeous and the people are so resilient. Mind you, one year of living here and we have still not had enough! 

23. Aruba

Recommended by Sarah from In Search of Sarah

Aruba is a Caribbean paradise known for its pristine beaches and vibrant culture, but it is also an ideal destination for singles seeking a safe and enjoyable experience.

The island offers a variety of activities and has something for everyone, making it a hotspot for those looking to embrace the single life.

Aruba’s nightlife is a major draw for singles. The popular Palm Beach area is dotted with a range of bars, clubs, and beach parties. The area comes alive after sunset, where singles can socialize, dance, and enjoy live music.

The island’s diverse nightlife scene offers all sorts of experiences, from intimate lounges to high-energy nightclubs.

Public transportation in Aruba is readily available, efficient, and easy to use, making it easy for single travellers to explore the island without the need for a rental car.

Buses and taxis provide convenient access to popular attractions, beaches, and entertainment.

Since English is widely spoken, it adds to the simplicity of travel for English-speaking travellers. Aruba is known for its friendliness and hospitality, making it easy for solo travellers to connect with locals and other tourists. 

Safety is a top priority in Aruba (and is even one of the safest Caribbean islands!), making it a reassuring destination for single travellers.

The island has a low crime rate and a strong emphasis on tourism security. Singles can explore Aruba’s attractions with peace of mind, whether it’s a sunset stroll along the beach or a night out on the town.

Self-catering accommodations offer the best bang for your buck, and you can eat in Aruba without maxing out your budget. There are also several free things to do in Aruba, so you can explore the whole island without spending a dime!

Factoring in food, drink and transit expenses, a comfortable daily budget hovers between $50-$75, depending on where you go for dinner and if you have a drink or two.

If you want to minimize your spending, consider the public bus which costs a mere $5 for a return trip or unlimited pass for $10/day.

Whether seeking adventure, relaxation, or social connections, Aruba provides the perfect backdrop for an unforgettable solo travel experience.

24. Reykjavik, Iceland

Recommended by Shweta from Zest in a Tote

Iceland had been on my bucket list for many years before it finally happened.

Like most travelers, I was going to the Land of Ice & Fire for the natural rugged beauty, unique activities and adventures to be enjoyed in summer. Post the long and fun ring road trip across Iceland, I ended up in Reykjavik for my last day. Reykjavik is a cool, modern city with vibrant nightlife.

There are many Reykjavik attractions but all can be done in one day. Walk around the city and see the iconic church, Hallgrimskirkja. This church has a unique design that takes inspiration from basalt columns found in Iceland.

You can walk along the promenade and come upon the stunning sculpture: The Sun Voyager Statue. I did most of my sightseeing on foot. The public bus network is easy and most locals in Reykjavik speak English so communication was never a challenge. 

The best part of the day was the nighttime. I went in June, when the sun never actually sets in Iceland so there is never-ending daylight. There were so many cool pubs and bars on Laugavegur Street that picking a few became a challenge.

People were fun, and friendly and it was easy to have casual conversations. Do note that most restaurants close before 9:30 PM so grab a bite to eat before you pub crawl. 

Iceland is one of the safest countries in the world so travelling solo is a non-issue. However, it is also really expensive so you may want to go with a friend just to split the room and transport costs.

I spent about $600 per day excluding tours, but I am not a budget traveller. You can eat at convenience stores and stay at guest houses/hostels to save money.

My budget involved eating at restaurants and staying at hotels. You can get an idea about my Iceland trip cost!

25. Jamaica

by Paulina from the UK Every Day

As someone who loves to travel solo, I can confidently say that Jamaica is an absolute gem when it comes to choosing the best vacation spot.

From the moment I set foot on this breathtaking island, I was captivated by its natural beauty and warm hospitality. The crystal-clear waters of the Caribbean Sea greeted me with open arms, offering a mesmerizing view that I will never forget.

I recently had the pleasure of visiting the Holiday Inn Resort, and let me tell you, it’s definitely one of the top spots to check out! From the moment I arrived, I was blown away by the incredible amenities they offer.

One of the highlights was their private island, where I spent a blissful day soaking up the sun and enjoying the crystal-clear waters.

Another fantastic perk of staying at the Holiday Inn Resort was the complimentary shuttle bus to Margaritaville.

The laid-back atmosphere was infectious, and I instantly felt relaxed as I sipped on one of their famous margaritas. The extensive selection of flavors was mind-boggling, and I couldn’t resist trying a few different ones.

Jamaica is the birthplace of reggae, and the nightlife here is incomplete without the beats of this iconic genre. One place that really stood out to me was Rick’s Cafe in Negril.

The beach bar is situated right on the edge of a cliff, allowing guests to jump into the inviting Caribbean Sea below. I am not so brave, so I decided to grab a seat at the bar, listen to live music, and watch the most breathtaking sunset views I have ever seen.

In my personal experience, I have witnessed significant improvements in safety measures in Jamaica over the past few years. As a traveler, I understand the importance of being cautious, but I can confidently say that the tourist areas in Jamaica are generally safe and welcoming for visitors.

During my vacation in Jamaica, I spent approximately $120 per day for all-inclusive accommodation. If you are looking to dine at world-famous bars such as Rick’s Cafe, you should anticipate spending around $30 to $40 for a meal. 

A bottle of Jamaican Red Stripe beer would typically cost you around $5 and excursion prices can range from $30 to $130

26. Bali, Indonesia

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Recommended by Mal from Where To Stay Bali

South East Asia is a fantastic part of the world for single adventures, but the Indonesian island of Bali in particular, is perfect even for complete solo travel newbies.

Why? Because it’s gorgeous and diverse, very safe and affordable, and it’s super easy to meet people on the island of gods (as it’s popularly referred to). 

One of the best places to stay in Bali for meeting fellow travellers and bustling nighlife is Canggu. Here, a mix of backpackers, surfers and digital nomads come together to create a dynamic and exciting environment.

There are various Facebook groups that you can join to connect with others, such as Canggu Expats Now, Canggu Community or Canggu Nomad Girls (exclusively for ladies).

Canggu is also the perfect place for nightlife. There is a party somewhere virtually every night, and the best venues include Old Man’s, Motel Mexicola and Finns Beach Club.  

When it comes to public transport, Bali is somewhat limited. The best way to get around the island is by scooter. Scooter rentals are plenty and are very affordable, starting at $5 per day.

Bali also has a great network of Go Jek and Grab drivers, which are the Asian equivalent of Uber. They offer both car and scooter rides for very affordable prices. 

Another reason why Bali is the perfect place for a solo adventure is the safety. Most locals speak English and are genuinely friendly and helpful.

I lived and travelled in Bali extensively as a solo female and never had any issues. The biggest danger you may encounter is “Bali belly”, which is a traveller’s diarrhoea, but I personally never experienced it.  

In terms of travel budget, Bali is one of those places where you can spend as little or as much as you want. You can travel around the island for $50 per day, which could include a homestay accommodation or a bed in a hostel, scooter rental and eating mostly in local restaurants known as “warungs”. 

27. Cartagena, Colombia

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I had long been enticed by the colorful buildings draped with flowering plants that are found all around Cartagena’s Walled City and the vibrant and happy vibe found throughout the city.

Plus, Colombia is a very up and coming destination that is very inexpensive to travel to. I found cheap tickets in 2022, and spent 2 weeks exploring the country, but Cartagena was one of my favorite spots. 

People in Cartagena are very friendly, and there is a decent community of expats living here. Going out to bars and going dancing is a very popular activity in Cartagena, 

Cartagena has a thriving nightlife scene, and bars and dance clubs are very popular around the city. You can find a large number of these spots in the historic center, and particularly in the more bohemian district of Getsmani, which is located just outside the Walled City. 

Cartagena is a very walkable city, and you can get to almost every attraction and point of interest on foot. Some buses connect the historic center of Cartagena with outlying areas, but taking a taxi is also a cheap and easy way to get around (just make sure you haggle and agree to a price before you get in the cab). 

Most people in Colombia do not speak English, and that trend continues in Cartagena. However, I did notice that there were more English-speaking locals here than in other parts of Colombia.

Still, unless you know Spanish with some proficiency, it’s good to have Google Translate downloaded and ready to go on your phone – you’ll use it quite a bit, whether you visit Cartagena for 3 days or 3 weeks.

I only know a few words of Spanish and was able to communicate adequately when needed with the use of the app. 

Cartagena is considered a very safe city, especially if you stay in the more touristy parts of it. I never felt unsafe in the city, whether I walked around early in the morning or later at night.

However, it is a good idea to avoid deserted streets and alleyways at night, and stick to more crowded areas. Thanks to the vibrant nightlife scene, there are often people out late throughout the city. 

However, one thing to know is that you will be approached constantly by street vendors who want to sell something to you.

They are generally willing to move on without a fuss if you just say no, gracias, and I wouldn’t consider them threatening at all (just somewhat annoying and occasionally persistent). 

Plan on anywhere from $50-100 per day, depending on whether you stay in a hostel or hotel and whether you choose street food and inexpensive restaurants, or some of the fancier restaurants that are popular in Cartagena. 

👉🏽 See also: Solo travel guide to Cartagena, Colombia

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