Outdoor activities sets New Zealand apart from the rest in the list. Base yourself in the capital for easy day trips to virtually any corner of the country, beautiful beaches, excellent restaurants, nightlife or adventurous activity. New Zealand frequently tops solo travelers' lists of most user-friendly destinations, and it’s easy to see why.
A mixture of rich culture and sensuous luxury, the historic country of Morroco is a visual feast around every corner. You could visit the fantastical main square, Jemaa el-Fnaa, for a nightly carnival of local life. Or perhaps head to Cascades D’Ouzoud -- a popular stopping point between Marrakech and Fez -- in the Central Atlas, or North Medina for a thriving network of souks (markets) and hagglers to barter hard for spices and handicrafts. You can also wander around Meknes and Volubilis which showcases Islamic architecture and charm brilliantly.
Laos is a peaceful haven; it enjoys a cult like status among single travelers and aesthetes; and a paradise for free-spirited foodies and spiritual seekers. The highlights include a classic visit to Mekong River in the afterglow by riverboat, shopping in Savannakheta, a trip to the royal city of Luang Prabang and discovering the wild beauty in Phongsaly.
Consistently raved about by travelers for its safety, advanced transportation networks, charm, superb gastronomy, and beautiful public spaces, Denmark is a sophisticated and accessible yet authentic country that could instantly make you fall in love.
Good old Hawaii, quietly doing its own thing all these years, has long been a welcoming place for single travelers. And what's not to love? Tropical rainforests, sandy beaches and a vibrant fusion of fascinating customs, music, legends, traditions and values – and it’s perfect. The state is a dream for wanderlusts for its inexhaustible charm.