Celebrate Your OWN Independence – Solo Travel


With Independence Day coming you might want to celebrate the country’s independence and then your OWN independence. If you like celebrating – you may like this travel deal from San Juan, Puerto Rico (no passport required!) which capitalizes on a solo traveler’s independence. Give solo travel a try with this amazing solo travel deal.

It includes a little R&R with an express Swedish massage too – you know I had to get the spa travel in there somehow!

So here’s the plan…

Don’t just celebrate America’s independence this Fourth of July… rejoice in yours, too! Whether you’re toasting to new beginnings (a graduation, divorce, new job or otherwise) or playing with the idea of traveling solo, San Juan Marriott & Stellaris Casino invites you to indulge in all the “me time” you need with the “Celebrate Your Independence” package.
“Celebrate Your Independence” package includes:
  • Wine and cheese welcome amenity (kick off your independence the right way)
  • $100 USD Visa Gift Card (treat yourself to some retail therapy at the shops that line San Juan Marriott’s cosmopolitan Condado neighborhood)
  • One 20-minute Swedish massage (pamper yourself and breathe deep as you start life as the ‘new you’)
  • One zip lining tour (conquer your fears)
  • Deluxe accommodations (sleep well)
  • Daily breakfast (eat well)
  • Airport transfers (leave your keys at home)
Pricing is based on single occupancy with rates starting at $435/night; minimum three-night stay required. Offer is valid for travel through July 31, 2013. To make reservations, call 1.800.228.9290 or book online at www.marriottsanjuan.com and use promotional code: XPK.
Elevate Blogger Badge


  1. SuzieD says

    I think the important thing for a solo traveller is not where u go, but what options are available.

    I *really* recommend going on a trip with Exodus or Explore or one of those adventure companies. They are excellent and a great way to meet other people.

    However, I have also gone *full-solo*, so to speak. If u decide to do that my main tips would be…

    1. Stay in hostels, they are THE BEST place to meet other travelers.

    2. If there are no hostels, go on 1 or 2 day activity outings, e.g. diving, climbing, canyoning, etc. They are another great way to meet people.

    3. Carry your smartphone with you and join websites like Wandermates or AirBnB to help meet other people. None of them are perfect, but they are useful.

    4. Go on a backpacker-type bus tour. They are brilliant also and a great way to hook w guys:)

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *