Escorted holidays for single travellers

By: Keith Barrett

There are now a number of specialist tour operators offering specific packages for single travellers. Among the advantages of such packages is the fact that all travellers on such trips will be travelling alone.

Unlike some other holidays, this means that you can feel more comfortable as a lone traveller. After all, knowing that everyone else on the tour is in the same situation is a great way of ensuring that you don't feel like an outsider, as can sometimes be the case with other types of holiday.

You'll find that other travellers are much more approachable on these trips, making for a more pleasant experience. Equally, if you prefer to spend time on your own, then you'll have plenty of time to do that.

With an escorted holiday, the group are assigned a tour guide, who's presence can be invaluable.

A guide who is fluent in English and knowledgeable about the local area can really add a new dimension to your trip, giving you an insight into local customs, culture and history.

One of the other great advantages of escorted holidays stems from their evolution in recent years. Gone are the days when an escorted holiday meant a coach trip to an English seaside town.

Tour operators now offer a vast range of holiday options, from city breaks in Europe to extensive holidays in North America, Asia and Australia. You can pick a holiday that meets your needs, without having to make sacrifices.

With the range of holidays being constantly expanded, taking a trip to an exotic location as a single traveller has become a reality for many.

Escorted holidays can offer the freedom of travel, together with the assurance of travelling as part of a larger group. They are a method of organising overseas travel without the stress of attempting to book all of the various elements associated with travelling.

There has never been a better time for single travellers to take advantage of escorted holidays.

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