One of the best parts of traveling alone is that there’s no adhering to anyone else’s schedule, preferences, or needs—just you and everything you want to see and experience, exactly the way you want it. Inspirato members who prefer to take on the world solo should look into these three ways to travel with the club.

Smaller Inspirato Homes

Staying at an Inspirato home doesn’t have to mean a sprawling, six-bedroom estate to yourself; the Inspirato Collection offers plenty of smaller residences perfect for one person to unwind in luxury.

Dreaming of a tropical getaway? This two-bedroom home on Nevis is right on the beach, boasting its own private plunge pool and views of St. Kitts. Something more European? Explore France’s gorgeous Provence region with a stay at this one-bedroom apartment featuring mountain views in Mougins, once the stomping grounds of Pablo Picasso. In the mood for a wine tasting? The Wheelman House in downtown Healdsburg, California, is right in the heart of Sonoma, featuring one-bedroom units with unique architectural features.

Inspirato Hotel Partners

If a hotel and all its amenities are more in tune with your needs, Inspirato has an almost endless variety of options to peruse across the globe. Even with just one bedroom, many live like small apartments—this suite in Mexico’s Rosewood San Miguel de Allende features separate living and dining areas.

Plus, with Jaunt Hotels, take advantage of great deals up to 80% off on a last-minute adventure. Choose from more than 40,000 four- or five-star hotels.

Bespoke Custom Travel

Been dreaming of the perfect trip but aren’t quite sure how to execute it? Inspirato’s Bespoke custom travel team is ready to make that trip a reality, catering to your specific wants and needs. The possibilities are practically endless—especially when only one person’s preferences need be taken into account.

One Inspirato member’s solo Bespoke trip to Israel was a standout. Among the activities on his 10-day itinerary were sampling cuisine in Tel Aviv, a dip in the Dead Sea followed by a picnic,  and a dinner with a local Israeli family in a Druze village. Traveling alone allowed the member to fully immerse himself in Israeli culture—he particularly enjoyed the opportunity to break bread with the family, an experience he may not have had if he’d been traveling with a group.

There are plenty of ways to travel alone with Inspirato. Feeling inspired? Reach out to your Care Team to start planning an unforgettable solo getaway.

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