The Signs It’s Time For A Singles Holiday

I should start by saying that solo travel is not the Tinder version of travel, it has not been designed for dating. That doesn’t mean you might not find ‘the one’ on your holiday but that’s not the idea. A singles holiday is a holiday for one, solo travel but travelling with a group of fellow solo travelers. Basically, it’s a group tour made for solo travellers, to have the trip of a lifetime, that don’t want to travel solo.

So what signs do you need to look out for to know that it’s time for a singles holiday?

You Haven’t Been On Holiday For Ages

This is a major sign – if you haven’t been away for nearly a year then something has to change. People use the same excuses; there’s no one to travel with, I don’t want to go alone, I am scared of solo travel. This just means that it’s about time you start to focus on you and try something new – bring out the solo traveller inside you and go abroad on a singles holiday. You know you need a break from the hustle and bustle, a singles holiday is exactly what you need.

You Need Zero Stress On Holiday

Of course you do because it’s been so long since you last went on holiday. There’s no way you deserve to head off for two weeks and have a nightmare holiday! On a singles holiday everything is designed around the idea of solo travel and adventure minus all the stress. Don’t worry about the hassle of planning anything because that’s all taken care of for you. Remember that all of your fellow travellers are just like you – they are just waiting to become your friend. So don’t worry about the stress because there is none, focus on a holiday packed with adventure and memorable tales.

You Want An Authentic Experience With No Time Wasted

I am sure that most of us have at one point grabbed the backpack and hit the road with friends. Yes, it was fun and a great experience, but now you’re all grown up and only got two weeks leave, you can’t be messing around with long bus rides and trying to organize day trips. A singles holiday will pack one months’ worth of backpacking into two weeks of travel, the good news is that you won’t miss out on any of the adventure of experiences.