I prefer solo travel because I like to be in control of my own experience. I don’t want to have to compromise with others on what we do or where we go. Plus, I feel like I learn more when I’m traveling alone because I’m forced to be more independent and resourceful.
I think it’s important to strike a balance between solo and group travel. Sometimes it’s nice to have the freedom to do your own thing, but other times it’s great to have the support and camaraderie of a group. It really depends on the trip and what you’re hoping to get out of it.
I’ve done both solo and group travel, and I think they each have their pros and cons. With solo travel, you have complete control over your itinerary and you can really immerse yourself in the culture of the place you’re visiting. But with group travel, you have the opportunity to meet new people and make lasting connections.