I never go on solo trip but i want to be go for a solo trip.
Active 70's looking to take first solo trip. Any tips which trips best. Would like to hear how other solo travelers enjoyed Tauck tours.
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I have done solo trips with Tauck and with Uniworld. Both couples and singles are always welcoming, and I always have a great time. Both of these companies attract interesting, well traveled people from all over the world. This year I will be on a Tauck river cruise on the Rhine, and I am looking forward to it. Personally, I think river cruising is a delightful way to travel!
Pick up your Favorite destination, Back Pack & Just go for your Favorite destination. You don't need to think that much for travelling solo. Travelling solo is bundled with so many adventurous experiences. Now a days everything is available at a single click online.
I always go solo and I love it!, you can do as you please during leisure time.. no need to negotiate with partner.. , you meet new people
and you are free to travel any where you want at the time it's most convenient for you. It takes you outside your comfort zone and you learn a lot about yourself. Love it.
I took a solo trip to Georgia last year. I'm 50 and actually I was going to travel with my daughter, but she could go with me cause of her job. I heard it's a pretty safe country, so I decided to go on my own. I took a Tbilisi tour package by One way tour and I liked it so much, its nature and architecture and nice people, so now I want to visit other former USSR countries.
Grammiemmara: I have enjoyed more than twenty tours as a solo with Tauck. Most couples will include the solos for meals and other activities. As Sealord suggests, I always plan activities for free time before leaving home - I can always change my mind if I arrive and find I want to do something different with another guest. I check guide books, Viator and other sites for ideas of things to do on my own and I really enjoy the "alone time" after being in a group for a number of hours. Remember to plan something special for at least a few of the evenings that are open - try to find a local play or an opera or whatever meets your interests. The hotel concierge can help with tours and such as well. Pick a tour and get packed - you will have a wonderful time.
I guess Grammiemara will be 80ish now and might no longer be with us, she only posted once. Wonder if she ever used Tauck?