PHOTO: Explore the Douro Valley in Portugal on a solo tour. (Photo courtesy Thinkstock)
Are you ready to get in on the solo traveler revolution? Are you looking for some time on your own? Travel + Leisure has some suggestions on where to find the best tours for single travelers if you are ready for a getaway but don’t have anyone you want to take with you.
“The idea of solo travel can be daunting, though, which is where tour groups come in. Traveling with a tour company can give individual travelers the freedom to explore on their own, choosing a destination and itinerary that works for your taste, while also providing the security and kinship of a group,” writes Melissa Locker.
For those interested in an African adventure, head to Morocco with Mountain Travel Sobek on a camel ride through the Sahara.
“Watch for nomads traveling across the sand, search the landscape for date palm oases, and sleep under the stars in the great sand sea, before ending your adventure in Fes,” writes Locker.
If Europe is more in line with your travel desires, try a trip to Portugal with Butterfield & Robinson.
“It’s the perfect combination of communing with nature, tasting history, and relaxation,” notes Locker.
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Intrepid Travel is taking solo travelers to Rajasthan, India.
“This trip takes you throughout India’s northern province of Rajasthan offering chance to tour through the major cities like Delhi, Agra, Udaipur, and Jaipur while traveling through India’s countryside,” writes Locker.
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