Solo Travel to 48 Countries (and counting)

Hello, I’m Jeb Brooks. Thanks for stopping by. This blog chronicles my (mostly) solo travel to visit 100 countries.

For a long time, I believed the grass is greener on the other side of the fence. I figured, if I could just find…

  • …the right hotel…
  • …the right city…
  • …the right tour…
  • …the right…whatever

…I’d stumble on something better. But then back in 2012, I realized:

Green grass exists everywhere. You just have to look.

That year, I took my first solo trip around the world, visiting 8 cities in 34 days. As Ralph Waldo Emerson said,

“Life is a journey, not a destination.”

Anyway, that 2012 journey inspired me to embark on an even greater one: I’m endeavoring to visit 100 countries.

With 48 from the official list now under my belt, I’ve still got a long way to go! Hopefully, this blog will help other solo travelers find great destinations to visit by themselves.

Solo Travel to Bolivia, Fiji, New Zealand, and Antarctica

Whether you’re interested in exploring a single city or taking a RTW adventure, perhaps GreenerGrass.com will be a resource for you. Take some time to check out some of my experiences and use them as you plan (or remember) your own!

If you’ve just arrived, a few of my favorite solo travel experiences include the time I spent in Bolivia (an under-appreciated place), New Zealand (skydiving was awesome), and Antarctica (the penguins stink).

Over time, I also plan to add more posts with tips, tricks, hacks. But for now, check these out!

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In the meantime, I’d love to hear from you. Where have you visited that I should check out? What’s your favorite travel hack? Let me know by filling out this form.

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