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For first-time tour joiners, here are some FAQs asked by solo travellers to help you decide if joining a group tour is right for you.Our tours attract a range of people of various ages and from different countries with a mix of solo travellers, couples and groups of friends travelling together.If you have opted for the single supplement then you will be accommodated in a single room, which will either have one double bed for single use or a single bed.Our shorter tour itineraries are packed with sightseeing so that you can get the most out of the destination in the time you have though the evenings are generally free for travellers to do as they wish.
If you're thinking of joining a tour as a solo traveller, know that you're not alone - we welcome solo travellers on all of our group tours.
On other tours, you'll only pay more if you want your own room, but if you are happy to share then we will pair you up with another solo traveller of the same sex.
On the majority of our tours we offer a 'no compulsory single supplement', which means even if we can't pair you up, solo travellers will not need to pay the single supplement.
If you would prefer the privacy of your own room and would like this guaranteed, then the single room price supplement applies.
It's not always easy to find friends or family who want to travel to the same places that you do and the idea of travelling alone may put you off from visiting destinations you've always dreamed of going to.