Let Mint Julep be your guide to Nashville if you’re traveling alone! Solo travelers often choose to join a group for one of our public whiskey tours. Many business travelers find themselves in Nashville without things to do for a day. While you won’t know anyone when you begin your adventure, it’s not uncommon for a whole tour group to become friends by the end of the day.
What To Expect Traveling Alone
We plan your whole day so it’s easy and stress-free. Every tour is carefully crafted to maximize our time – making sure we can visit as many great bourbon distileries or whiskey makers as possible in our 8 to 9 hour time span.
Your tour leader will teach the bus group about Tennessee whiskey, local history and share fun facts for much of the time you travel from destination to destination. You won’t have to worry about awkward silences or not having anyone to talk to if you’re on the tour alone. Many distillery tours are interactive and engaging for solo travelers and groups of friends, family or coworkers.
As you imbibe and explore, you may forget you started out the day on your own. Every Mint Julep tour guide makes sure its an inclusive and exciting experience for the tour guest. Book your Mint Julep experience today!
Tips for Solo Travel
- Bring snacks or a cooler with drinks for yourself or to share for an easy way to make new friends.
- Ask questions! Your tour leader is there to educate and entertain.
- Take lots of pictures (and tag @mintjulepnashville) so you can tell everyone back home what a great time you had on your solo trip to Nashville.
About the Author – Rachel Nix
Rachel Nix has been Director of Marketing at Mint Julep since 2017. Her extensive bourbon education includes becoming an Executive Bourbon Steward through the Stave & Thief Society and graduating from Woodford Reserve’s Bourbon Academy. She is a Certified Tourism Ambassador and enthusiastic advocate for her adopted hometown of Louisville. When she’s not promoting Mint Julep’s portfolio of southern experiences, she can be found walking her dog or enjoying a drink on a Germantown patio.