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  • Sailing Solo to the Seventh Continent

    Sailing Solo to the Seventh Continent
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    Antarctica has always been a land steeped in mystery, curiosity, and the sense of adventure for travelers at the highest level. Known for its breathtaking polar scenery and remote location, it’s long been a place thought to be exclusively accessible by brave explorers and scientists.

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    Deirdre Dirkman September 11, 2022
  • Solo Women Travelers in Asia: How to Make the Most of Your Vacation

    Solo Women Travelers in Asia: How to Make the Most of Your Vacation
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    If you're a woman who's thinking of traveling solo in Asia, look no further than Vantage. Our small ship discovery cruises are the perfect way to explore this amazing continent, and we offer plenty of activities and experiences specifically designed for women travelers. From the bustling streets...

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    Andrew Jackson August 28, 2022
  • Solo Explorations Close to Home

    Solo Explorations Close to Home
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    For many women, the thought of traveling solo can be intimidating. It may be the fear of feeling lonely or missing out on activities that are not designed for unaccompanied guests. Or, perhaps, they feel like they’ll have to figure everything out on their own. Nothing could be further from...

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    Lourdes Galindo August 14, 2022
  • Our Top 5 Favorite Solo Cruises

    Our Top 5 Favorite Solo Cruises
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    As we all get back to traveling again, it’s important to remember that we’ve got lots of options when it comes to where we go, and whom we go. Traveling solo is a pleasure, and one that we’ve embraced wholeheartedly over the years developing ourselves into the leader in solo...

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    Andrew Jackson July 20, 2022
  • Setting off Solo in 2022: Top 10 Journeys for Independent Travelers

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    For many, the thought of traveling solo can be intimidating. It may be the fear of feeling lonely. Or, perhaps, they feel like they’ll have to figure everything out on their own. Maybe it’s the belief that it will be too expensive to travel alone that holds them back. As the leader...

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    Lourdes Galindo September 26, 2021
  • Myth-Busting: 5 Misleading Tropes about Solo Travel

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    Here are 5 things that should NOT keep you from taking the adventure of your dreams, even if you’re going by yourself.

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    Lindsay Slattery June 27, 2021
  • Talking travel with Vantage Adventure Leader Anne Möllmann and Cruise Director Renata Lovrovic

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    To celebrate Women’s History Month, we spoke with some of our favorite women Adventure Leaders and Cruise Directors about their experience in travel. We received some invaluable words of advice, too.

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    Vantage Travel Team March 7, 2021
  • A solo traveler’s very own Best of Africa: Top five safari highlights

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    Africa is a world all its own. I’d always wanted to explore this incredible continent — so rich in natural beauty and cultural diversity — but, for a variety of reasons, it seemed like it might stay on my bucket list forever. So, in 2018, when I got the chance to travel on Best...

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    Sarah Sweeney January 29, 2021
  • 'Take the bull by the horns and live while you can live': Musings & memories with a seasoned traveler

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    Recently, I was lucky enough to speak with avid Vantage traveler, Marjorie Woodrow. With eight upcoming trips booked, five aboard our 5-star Ocean Odyssey during its 2022 inaugural season, I was thrilled to learn about some of her favorite destinations, her cherished travel memories,...

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    Lindsay Slattery January 4, 2021
  • Winter journeys to take in 2021 (when you’re not stuck at home anymore)

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    There’s no place like home for the holidays — but there’s no place like Europe either, where you can cruise storied rivers past fairytale fortresses with a glass of wine in hand. Sure, you’re more likely to spend the 2020 holiday season snuggled up under a fleece blanket with a cup of cocoa in...

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    Lindsay Slattery December 2, 2020
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