However, if you’re looking for a solo travel option any time of the year, a cabin in the mountains may offer just the thing. Staying in a cabin can offer a way to go off the grid without losing the luxuries you’re accustomed to.
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According to Airbnb, their customers are searching for places that are pet-friendly and have amenities like a pool, air conditioning and WiFi.
Go off the grid
Camping, road trips and getting outdoors are being heralded as the answer to a summer during which people are feeling hesitant about air travel.
Georgia's state parks offer plenty of options for scenic camping options. Find a full guide to the state parks here.
If traveling alone, this offers the chance to get outside and connect with nature. But before you hit the road, here are some tips on staying safe while camping amid the coronavirus outbreak.
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An Athens day trip
Athens has been named one of the country's most underrated and overlooked travel destinations by experts. Whether you're a University of Georgia graduate looking to relive your college years or just looking for a small city to visit, Athens is an easy day trip from metro Atlanta.
And while Athens is, of course, known for its game day festivities, there is plenty to do if you're visiting solo. Find out more here.
Take a drive
Georgia is home to a lot of scenic byways. If you want to get out of the city for a bit, there are plenty of options. See seven of the state's most scenic drives here.
And while you're out on the open road, you may want to route your trip to include a stop at some of the state's roadside attractions: from folk art to a giant peanut, there are some quirky things to see in Georgia.