If you’ve never travelled alone, read what to expect on a solo trip, what to do if things go wrong and the side effects of taking that first step.
“Sometimes the smallest step in the right direction ends up being the biggest step of your life. Tiptoe if you must, but take a step” – Naeem Callaway
Starting a Solo Adventure
Trekking Ubud’s Rice Paddies in Bali Indonesia
Where the rainforest meets the reef in the Daintree National Park Australia
Watching sunrise at Uluru – Kata Tjuta National Park Australia
It doesn’t matter which destination you choose, or whether you spend your time trekking, sunbathing or sight-seeing. If the idea of solo travel has tempted you but you always end up talking yourself out of it, let’s look at the process of travelling all by yourself and give you the confidence to go ahead and embrace your first trip alone. Far from the dangerous or lonely experience you might expect, it’s actually one of the most liberating and awakening things you’ll ever do.
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An intimate journey with Bali Eco Tours that allows you to get to know local Ubud in an eco-friendly way.
“Some places just feel right” – Karen Rose
Following Gustu on narrow paths in Bali
Following Gustu through closed gates in Bali
Following Gustu through rice paddies in Bali
We recently visited Bali and were desperate to avoid the tourist traps and commercial crowds. We based ourselves in serene Ubud which didn’t disappoint and the Rice Paddy / Village / Eco Nature Walk with Bali Eco Tours helped us get to know the local area more personally. Here you can learn all about the itinerary, the best bits about this tour and how easy it is to prepare for. Continue reading “Getting To Know Bali – An Ubud Eco Trek”