According to trip booking platform Flash Pack, these places received the most bookings among solo travelers for the next year

Tourism booms in Japan in 2023. The country saw record-breaking numbers of travelers from the US and recently announced the “US-Japan Tourism Year 2024” initiative – a first-of-its-kind to promote tourism and cultural exchange between the two countries. The first is partnership. According to the Japan National Tourism Organization, two countries. So it should come as no surprise that Japan's popularity is expected to continue to grow in the coming year.


Next up is Argentina, which is the second-most popular destination for solo travelers in 2024, based on Flash Pack bookings.


In 2024, solo travelers to Egypt can expect to visit the brand new Grand Egyptian Museum in Cairo, which will be the largest archaeological museum complex in the world. It is expected to open in late spring 2024.


Sri Lanka, the fourth-most popular destination for solo travelers in 2024, gives visitors a chance to experience a major travel trend: slow travel by train.

Sri Lanka

Colombia makes its debut on the ranking of the best destinations for solo travelers in 2024, seizing the number 5 spot.


Solo travelers have big plans to travel to Ecuador and the Galapagos in 2024. These destinations have received the sixth-highest number of flash pack bookings for the coming year – and that number is expected to grow as travelers prioritize the biggest adventures post-pandemic. On their bucket list.

Ecuador & the Galapago

Jordan maintained its stronghold at number 7 on the list of the trendiest solo travel destinations from 2023 to 2024. 


Thailand, a long-time favorite destination for solo travelers, is seeing a slight dip in popularity from last year—it fell two spots to number 8 on the round-up for 2024.


The Philippines is quite popular after Thailand, ranking as the ninth most popular single travel destination for 2024. It's a dream destination for island-hoppers: The Philippines counts more than 7,000 islands in its archipelago, offering everything from beaches and lagoons to rainforests and volcanoes.


After a pandemic slowdown, Bali’s beginning to reclaim its rightful place as a top destination for solo travelers.

Bali and the Gili Island