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Do you think travelling solo really does help one?  

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Or is the hoopla around it pointless?

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no, travelling solo does not really help a person and moreover makes the person isolated ad drifts him away from his own people . Travelling alone can lead to many risk like losing the track or the path facing language barriers etc. if there are group of people travelling everyone can help each other in case of any sort of emergency 

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I personally believe solo travelling really transforms a person in every aspect. You inculcate so many qualities that you wouldn’t have been able to if you weren’t travelling alone.While solo travelling, you really learn to push yourself in every situation, to meet people, to try new things and to see what you really love without the influence of others. Among multiple other reasons, there’s also a sense of creativity and problem solving that’s sparked in you; it teaches you how to be independent; and of course promotes mental health. 

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Yes it make you to experience new and strnge things

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Yeah definitely if you are at a messed up phase in your life and also when you would like to enjoy your own personal space. Travelling in itself brings so much positivity in your life, making your mind clear and giving you that inner peace which is constantly demanded. I, personally would recommend traveling at least once a month.

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It depends on mental state of  your mind. If you are not a person who is comfortable in being alone , then you are not ready for solo travelling. It would be a terrible idea in this case. But if you are at that stage of your life where you have embraced your solitude and are happy by being all on your own, it would be a great idea. In such cases, it would make you feel more empowered, more in control of yourself and provide great opportunities to explore yourself.

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My simple answer is yes, traveling solo helps you to understand yourself better. Traveling alone is an opportunity. Indeed, in certain nations, it’s more dubious, significantly more so in case you’re female. Be that as it may, with everything taken into account you go where you need to go, remain as long as you need to remain, change course when feel like, learn the nearby language a lot quicker and become acclimated to being out of your customary range of familiarity. Connecting with local people is far simpler when you don’t have a little or vast gathering of individual kinsmen strolling around with you.

I’ve done the vast majority of my traveling alone and the main occasions I’ve felt it is great to have a travel mate have been long flights or medium-term transport rides. I’ve met some totally phenomenal individuals along the street and in the most strange spots and circumstances and really gotten two or three great companions, so despite everything I’m adhering to the rule that the individual must be somebody exceptional to share the traveling background with as opposed to going alone.

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Yes, it does. It brings out a different person in you. 

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It definitely does! When one travels alone, they are able to discover skills that they never knew they had. One also becomes self-reliant and independent in the course of solo travel. And everyone needs some solitude in order to find oneself. 

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