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Cathy Winston
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Group tours for solos

Our verdict:

Group tours are a great way for singles to explore further off the beaten track, particularly anyone who's new to solo travel. So a company specialising in escorted small groups exclusively for singles is hard to beat, especially when they offer itineraries including Georgia, Armenia, China and some of Europe's most fascinating cities.

Recommended tour operator: Solo Travellers Group Holidays

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Solo Travellers Group Holidays says

We specialise in group tours predominantly for solo travellers.

  • expert local guides
  • fascinating destinations
  • singles-only groups

We have created a wide range of fascinating and memorable itineraries year-round in some of the world’s most interesting countries. They range from weekend city breaks in Europe to longer adventure holidays worldwide.

For a real sense of discovery and adventure, check out our group tours of Uzbekistan, Myanmar, Iran, Japan, Israel, China, Colombia and Georgia and Armenia.

Highlights of Georgia and Armenia is rapidly emerging as one of our most popular tours. Our 10-night itinerary will give you a real insight into these beautiful countries and their rich history. Medieval monasteries, fortresses, lakes and mountains contrast with the increasingly modernised cities such as Tbilisi and Yerevan.

Our long weekend breaks include Bulgaria, Istanbul, Morocco, Reykjavik, Montenegro, Mostar and Norway. You could take a city break in Dubrovnik with side trips to Montenegro and Bosnia & Herzegovina.

Morocco can be a challenging country to visit alone. Our group Morocco Highlights group tour takes you to the best of Marrakech, Fes, Essaouira and the Sahara Desert.

In Norway, we offer two three-night options. In winter, there’s a trip to see the Northern Lights with the chance to go dog-sledding. Our summer trip combines a tour of Bergen, a visit to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Bryggen, a boat cruise through the Fjords and a ride on the famous Flåm railway.

All of our tours include private group transport, expert English-speaking local guides and accommodation in three-star hotels with breakfast daily and some other meals. The price is based on sharing a twin room with another person of the same gender – you can opt to pay a supplement for single occupancy if you prefer.

Our group sizes are generally between 12 and 15 people with ages ranging from 25 to 65 years (mostly between 30 and 50). A local host from the UK joins all groups on our European trips.

Find out more about Solo Travellers Group Tours.

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