First, we can consider the now much debated search for authenticity. From consumption to catering, the desire to live authentic experiences has involved different and even very distant sectors, changing the form and orienting the strategies of action. Travel was no exception: living like a local is a motto that has already become mainstream in the world of travel, demonstrating how holidays are perceived as an opportunity to get to know new realities, to make new experiences and to measure oneself in unexpected contexts.
When was the last time you were really alone? Between urban life and the hectic pace of everyday routine, finding time for true inner dialogue is really difficult.
Far from the stereotype of the ideal holiday, all relaxation and sunbathing, a vision of travel as a way of challenging oneself has established itself. Starting alone is undoubtedly a personal bet, which invites (and in a sense forces) to forget your fears and open up to the new with confidence in yourself and in others, and then return transformed forever, as the "transformative travel" suggests. It is no coincidence, that adventure trips are the most popular amongst solo travellers.