Kaitlyn Rosati

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New York, NY
The New School, Bachelor Of Fine Arts, CUNY School Of Law
Solo Travel, Budget Travel, Nomadic Life
  • Kaitlyn was a bartender in New York City for ten years before quitting her job, selling all of her belongings, and solo backpacking around the globe.
  • While she has traveled to over 60 countries, Kaitlyn is proud to call New York City home. She writes a column for the New York Daily News to highlight the best-hidden dining gems in the city.
  • It's hard to narrow it down, but some of her favorite places she's had the privilege of visiting are Italy for its comfort (specifically Naples and Bologna), Japan for its organized chaos, New Zealand for its beauty, Tanzania for its adventure, and Taiwan for its food.


Kaitlyn is an avid solo traveler who has gone to over 60 countries on six continents. Her ventures around the globe led her to see all seven world wonders, climb Mount Kilimanjaro, get scuba certified in the Great Barrier Reef, and even spontaneously move to Tokyo when she ran out of space on her passport while on a backpacking trip. When Kaitlyn isn't motorbiking through the Philippines or country-hopping in Eastern Europe, she calls New York City home and frequently writes about the best eats throughout the boroughs. To document her travels, she created the brand No Man Nomad to encourage other solo female travelers to get out there and see the world.


Kaitlyn Rosati received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from The New School. She also completed over a year of law school at CUNY School of Law before deciding to pursue travel media instead.
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