I had my reasons for going solo. Getting bored in the first few months of a new job inspired me to look for alternatives to fill the void, to kill the time. Have you ever had a sense of loneliness, even being among your friends? I'm not talking about sadness. Just a sense of walking away from the chaos. I won't deny I pinged umpteen friends but not one could agree due to some or the other constraints. But that's all good. I don't blame anyone. It's their prerogative, as was mine, to escape.
And that's when it struck me. Solo.
Why depend on others if it's your inner calling? What's stopping you? I'll tell you what. Its the fear of coming out of the comfort zone. That. My advise to anyone working on their personality by reading books is, shut that motivational crap and explore! It'd do you much better.
So I searched for travel groups on social platforms. Coming across Tripver was the best thing. New to the game, they had great reviews & I appreciated the way how their on-call support team answered to my queries. Just a day before the trip a whatsapp group was created to discuss the rendezvous point and other details.