Solo travel numbers continue to soar
Prini Patel, Head of Marketing at Jules Verne says: “Research we commissioned earlier this year shows that more than a quarter of people (27.2%) now travel solo more than once a year, with women leading the way (22.6% travel alone at least once a year), and these figures continue to rise. Spain was our respondents’ favourite solo destination, followed by India, the USA, New Zealand and Italy.”
Jules Verne offers a range of Solo Group tours, comprising only of single travellers, such as India’s Golden Triangle. Departing 20 April & 7 September 2019, from £1,595 pp (no single supplement), including flights (Heathrow), 8 nights’ B&B, one lunch, five dinners, excursions, and the services of guides and local representatives.