While vast desserts and the countryside may spring to mind when you think of Texas, there’s plenty more to do that only gives more truth to the saying, “everything’s bigger in Texas”! Brace yourself for a larger-than-life holiday experience in the Texan city of San Antonio. Even if you decide to travel there solo, there are a variety of tourist sites and travel activities you can see and do even when alone. So, book a vacation rental like a cabin, pack up your bags, and get ready to try these awesome things to do alone in San Antonio for yourself!
1. San Antonio hop-on hop-off bus tour (from USD 48.7)
One of the best ways to soak up everything a city has to offer is by taking your leisurely time to do so. The hop-on hop-off bus tour is perfect for just that! With tickets that last either a full day or over a few days, you can tailor your sightseeing visits to the type of traveller you are —whether you’re the kind that loves to jam pack all your activities in a day, or whether you’d prefer to space out your activities so you can take the time to see each one. Especially since you’re travelling alone, the choice is yours! The bus takes you to popular sites like the HemisFair Park, the top shopping areas, and the quiet River Walk where there’s plenty of restaurants and shops.
San Antonio: Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour
Duration: 1.0 day
2. Scavenger hunt adventure in San Antonio (from USD 44.0)
Talk about a unique way to explore a city! Turn San Antonio into your own urban playground with this inventive “tour” of sorts. In this urban adventure quest, you’ll be participating in an Amazing Race-style scavenger hunt that also happens to bring you past many of the city’s top sights. Some of these include the Alamo, River Walk, Main Plaza and San Fernando Cathedral, to name a few. Lasting for two and a half hours, this exceptional city adventure is well worth a try and is a great thing to do in the weekend.
San Antonio: 2.5-Hour Amazing Scavenger Hunt Adventure
Duration: 2.5 hour
3. San Antonio Zoo (from USD 26.0)
No city visit would be complete without a trip to the zoo. At the San Antonio zoo, immerse yourself in the beauty of the natural world and enjoy watching the animals roam about their habitats and exhibits. Apart from having the largest collection of birds in the world, the San Antonio Zoo also has unique exhibits like the Cranes of The World display, which is built on an existing natural waterway, and the Amazonia exhibit that emulates a rainforest.
San Antonio Zoo General Admission Ticket
Duration: 4 hours
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4. San Antonio indoor skydiving experience (from USD 92.0)
Adrenaline junkies here’s something to put on your bucket list! If you’ve always wanted to try skydiving but aren’t fully committed to the idea yet, indoor skydiving is a great way to try it out and see if you’re daring enough to take on the full outdoor skydiving experience. Each booking comes with one-to-one training with a licensed instructor upon arrival, and two free fall “dives” once you’re comfortable with the protocol and equipment. It’s a surreal experience being kept in the air. You’ll even receive a personalised flight certificate to bring home after. Another perk is that you get to experience the exhilaration that comes with skydiving at a fraction of the price tag! If you’re looking for a fun thing to do indoors, book your tickets for this activity!
San Antonio Indoor Skydiving Admission with 2 Flights & Personalized Certificate
Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes
Experience San Antonio solo
With so much to see and do, travelling solo definitely sounds like a blessing in disguise if you’re planning to visit San Antonio. With the freedom and flexibility to pick and choose what you want to do, you can rest easy knowing that you’ll be able to catch your favourite shows, sites, and activities — all without any rush. This city is home to amazing distilleries, museums, and gorgeous lakes, so pack your bags and try any of these things to do while alone in San Antonio for yourself!
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