Top 10 Films About Solo Travel

Top 10 Films About Solo Travel

Solo travel films don’t mean the protagonist has to be on the vacation alone.

Well, it’s an element of the movie, we agree, but it’s not the only element.

What we believe solo travel films are about is how one person enjoys the vacation despite being surrounded by other people. 

We have found some of the best solo travel movies on the web, and they all touch on the same notion of traveling in some way. They all have the ability to inspire us to tour the globe. 

If you are not sure where you can watch these movies, The Pirate Bay is always there. Just type the names of the films and download them on your PC. 

Now, let’s start with the list of the best films on solo travel. 

1: Samsara

The Sanskrit word Samsara alludes to the continuous flow of life and the reincarnation cycle. 

The film depicts and compares the breadth of nature, sacred locations, city life, and religious rites of Muslims, Tibetan Buddhists, Christians, and Jews, with beautiful photography and mesmerizing music.

This travelogue covers 25 countries, and this non-narrative film is so inspiring that you will feel like going out on this lifetime journey in an instant. 

2: Shirley Valentine

Shirley is a housewife from Liverpool who is imprisoned in a world of domesticity and wants a change in her life before she has another talk with the walls. 

Shirley is ecstatic when her friend Jane invites her on a trip to a Greek island. 

Jane abandons Shirley for a fling upon arrival, leaving Shirley to her own devices. Shirley walks the island, meets a bar owner, and rekindles her love for life.

3: Best Exotic Marigold Hotel

Judi Dench, Maggie Smith, and Bill Nighy are British retirees who have chosen to spend their golden years in exotic—and less expensive—India. 

They come to the Marigold Hotel, lured by ads for the freshly refurbished Marigold Hotel and dreaming of a life of leisure in beautiful environs, only to discover that the Marigold is a shadow of its former glory. 

Though their new house isn’t quite what they had hoped for, the retirees discover that when they let go of their pasts, life and love can begin anew.

4: Wild

When a newly divorced lady chooses to start a new life by hiking the 1100-mile Pacific Crest Trail, she embarks on a tough and emotional journey of self-discovery. 

When she scribbles all those wonderful quotations from Robert Frost, Emily Dickinson, and James A. Michener, the movie becomes even more lovely. 

She meets many supportive people along the road who soothe the agony of cracked heels and bleeding toenails!

5: Tracks

This one is an amazing adventure and the actual tale of Robyn Davidson, who is a young lady who desires remoteness from the deafening crush of civilization and expanding technology.

So, she embarks on a 1,700-mile trek across the deserts of Western Australia. 

The 9-month difficult expedition gained a lot of attention and was even featured in National Geographic!

6: Under The Tuscan Sun

Frances Mayes' life is flipped upside down when she discovers her husband is cheating on her with a writer she gave a nasty review to. 

Frances' best friend pushes her to take a vacation to Italy to help her get out of her despair. 

During the trip, the newly divorced chooses to buy a remote Tuscan property on the spur of the moment and fights to rebuild her life amid colorful local residents.

7: Eat Pray Love

Liz Gilbert believed she had everything in life: a house, a husband, and a good profession. 

She is just divorced and at a crossroads in her life, and she is unsure of what is essential to her. 

This is the moment when Liz goes on a journey of self-discovery that takes her to Italy, India, and Bali, daring to venture outside of her comfort zone.

Final Note

Many people want to travel alone, but the idea of solo traveling does not always fit in our minds the right way. 

Hence, these movies can inspire you, motivate you, and help you to make the right decision and you can finally choose the place where you want to travel alone.

You will get plenty of suggestions from this article on which places to choose and why you should travel solo.

So, if you want more details on that, ping us in the comment section below. 



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