What you need to know for solo travel in Alaska

It’s a well-known fact that cats prefer solo travel. And what better place for a cat to get their paws wet than in the great state of Alaska? With its stunning scenery and endless opportunities for adventure, Alaska is the perfect place for your next solo adventure. Whether you are looking for a peaceful communion with nature, to scale a wall of ice, or, to get up close and personal with a Kodiak grizzly, Alaska has something for all slow traveling cats!

Traveling Independently – what you need to know for the trip of a lifetime

Traveling independently is one of my all time favorite things to do. For me it’s one of those rare opportunities to combine personal growth with fun and adventure. The benefits of solo travel are numerous, but my favorite thing about it is the increased sense of awareness. While this phenomenon is certainly experienced while traveling in groups, traveling independently only seems to heighten the sensation. 

40 traveling solo quotes from powerful women that will make you think

Are your paws itching for a solo adventure? Whether you are an experienced traveling cat or just getting started, we all need a little motivation to pounce on our next opportunity. No matter your situation, these 40 traveling solo quotes from powerful women will ease your brain by putting words to a truly indescribable experience.

Traveling Alone for the First Time: Avoid these easy mistakes

Traveling alone for the first time can feel quite daunting, even for us cats. The uncertainty of what lies ahead both piques our inherent curiosity and frightens our delicate souls. In fact, it took me quite some time before I was ready to forge ahead into the great unknown. However, once I set my paws on unfamiliar ground, I was hooked. Read on for tips and advice on traveling alone for the first time.

The surprising benefit of traveling alone – why being selfish, sad and lonely is a good thing

Cats are inherently solo creatures. We do not subscribe to the same kind of social hierarchy as pack animals, like dogs. To my great excitement, I have recently discovered that my human companion has similar inclinations. In fact, one of our favorite pastimes is traveling alone. Other cats like to ask me about the benefit of traveling alone and, I have to admit the question is more complicated than it sounds.