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  1. Wow, Stephanie! I’m trying to save up for my own trip to South America, and have been feeling jittery thinking of going solo. I’ll revisit your post when I’m ready to travel 🙂

  2. Stephanie Lee says:

    Hey Shivya, I felt very nervous before going as well, but once I got there, it was perfectly fine!

  3. Hi Stephanie

    I’m so glad I came across this article! I’m travelling solo in Santiago for about 7 days in July. I’ve been looking at booking tours but all the one’s i’ve seen so far (eg on Viator) are minimum of 2 people or only provide Spanish guide (and I only speak English). Did you encounter the same issues?

    Scaredy Cat

    1. Hi Lyndsey,

      There are lots of tours in Santiago in English, are you looking for day tours or multi-day ones? Urban Adventures has a couple of day tours and Intrepid has some longer ones. They might have a minimum of two people, but if other people have already booked, the tour will run. Don’t be scared, you’ll have a great time!

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