The 13 Best Vacation Packages for Singles
Singles vacations allow you to indulge in your perfect getaway without having to match your schedule, interests, or needs with anyone else. These travel packages take all the guesswork out of your solo trip so you can focus on what's most important to you; whether it's relaxing and rejuvenation, exploring and adventuring, or partying and meeting new people —whatever your heart desires, it's your vacation after all!
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Go solo at Circa 39 in Miami
Traveling as a party of one? The boutique and colorful Circa 39 Hotel in Miami Beach has a perfect fit for a singles vacation: a “Solo at Circa” package. Not only do singles get two nights of luxury accommodations for one along with gourmet daily breakfast at the on-site Jules Kitchen, you also get a meet-and-greet with a hotel staff member at the hotel’s WunderBar, including a complimentary drink, to loop you in with everything happening at the hotel and city so you won’t feel alone, even if you’re traveling solo. Single travelers also get a curated guide of local hotspots and activities to enjoy as a party of one, like a yoga class at Nobe Yoga, a tour of Miami Beach Botanical Gardens, and restaurants where the setting is welcoming to solo diners, like Cachito Coffee & Bakery. Nightly rates start at $125. These are more of our favorite destinations for a great solo vacation.
Eco-adventure in the heart of the Amazon
For eco-warriors and adventure enthusiasts, few vacations can compare to a trip to the Brazilian Amazon. Amazon Nature Tours is the only line to offer four- and six-day sailings in the Brazilian Amazon basin, exploring the least inhabited major river in the Amazon, the Rio Negro. And it’s a great solo vacation for adventurers; not only is there no single’s supplement onboard, but there are rooms designed especially for single travelers, so you’ll find lots of camaraderie with other like-minded solo guests as you sail into the rainforest. Expedition cruises are led by trained naturalists and include kayak and launch excursions into the “flooded forests,” rainforest hikes, visits to native villages, fishing for piranhas, and when you’re ready to relax, outings to the beach. Looking for a vacation closer to home? These U.S. islands won’t hurt your wallet.
Say “Aloha” to Oahu
When you’re ready to check out the big waves of Oahu, check into the Queen Kapi’olani Hotel where single travelers can take advantage of the retro-chic property’s Savvy Solo package for a singles vacation to remember. You’ll get to enjoy all the beach resort fun you expect in Hawaii with the culture and amenities of Waikiki right at your fingertips. The promotion includes recently renovated studio rooms, free valet parking, late checkout, and a discounted resort fee and group programming for solo travelers so you can try group surf and paddleboard sessions, sunrise and sunset yoga, group runs, poolside concerts, and even a lei-making workshop combined with a happy hour with like-minded travelers. Before you plan your trip, find out everything you need to know before booking your Hawaiian vacation.
Adults-only getaway to paradise
Sometimes a spot seems a little too good to be true; take Club Med Turkoise for instance; it sits on the number one beach in the world, pristine Grace Bay Beach, on a stretch of water considered to be one of the top diving and snorkeling spots in the world, and it also has one of the most gorgeous sunset views in Turks & Caicos, Sharkies Bar. What could be better? The whole resort is a singles’ paradise; an adults-only, all-inclusive, beach resort with all-day entertainment, yoga, golf, trapeze lessons, and water activities like scuba diving, snorkeling, and sailing; there’s even a waterside wine cellar where you can toast your beach vacation with a glass of champagne.
Soak up culture at Dubai’s Expo2020
For the solo traveler looking to plan a trip for next year, Dubai for Expo2020 should be at the top of your culture bucket list. The Expo takes place from October 20, 2020, to April 10, 2021, and is the largest event ever staged in the Middle East, Africa, or South East Asia. More than 190 countries will participate offering everything from 200 different food venues, to the world’s largest 360-degree projection screen, to live concerts, and arts demonstrations, and even a rotating observation tower, the perfect spot to watch the evening fireworks. See it all with Emirates special Dubai for Expo2020 package for a singles vacation which includes round-trip flights with Emirates from 11 U.S. cities, three nights at the Zabeel House Mini Al Seef hotel, breakfast each day, and a one-day ticket to the Dubai Expo 2020. Emirates also has some of our favorite bucket list vacations that cost less than a trip to Disney.
Get active in the Bahamas
Perched on the powder white sands of legendary Cable Beach (which we’re happy to say escaped the wrath of Hurricane Dorian), all-inclusive Breezes Resort & Spa Bahamas doesn’t just have unlimited food and drinks as part of their packages, but also myriad land and water activities to choose from. Some of the extensive options include rock wall climbing, tennis, beach volleyball, kayaking, and windsurfing, all of which include complimentary instruction and equipment. To relax, solo guests can wade in one of Breezes’ three freshwater pools, indulge in pampering massages and treatments at the à la carte Blue Mahoe Spa, or lounge in private beachside cabanas. In addition to an open bar all day and night, guests have six dining options with a host of international cuisines from which to choose. At night, keep the fun going with live entertainment, a party at the resort’s onsite disco, or a visit to the lively piano bar. These are 12 more of our favorite all-inclusive resorts in the Caribbean.
Find your happiness at Art of Living
At the Art of Living Retreat Center in Boone, North Carolina, you can watch the sunrise over endless mountaintops, rejuvenate with an Ayurvedic treatment at The Spa, or meditate through a quiet of a walk in the forest as part of its transformative all-inclusive programs. For single vacations, we love the Happiness Retreat which is supposed to boost energy, calm and clear your mind, and make you happy. The package includes comfy rooms for solo travelers, three farm-to-table vegetarian meals every day, yoga and meditation classes, lectures, guided nature walks, and even pottery classes. You can choose a private room, or ask to be paired up with one or two other participants which both lowers the price and introduces you to new traveling companions. Women traveling on their own will feel especially safe at these spots, too.
Travel solo(lá) to Guatemala
On the shore of Lake Atitlán in the Guatemalan highlands, Casa Palopó offers an exclusive getaway for single travelers who value a rich dose of culture with their vacation experience. A true gem in the “Land of Eternal Spring,” the former home-turned-boutique hotel is the ideal destination for a calm solo retreat with breathtaking views of the serene lake and the three volcanoes across the shore. And because solo travel is one of the best ways to experience a destination, Casa Palopó offers the ideal escape to enjoy the spectacular surroundings at your own pace: The “Travel Solo-lá” Package includes roundtrip airport transfers, three night’s accommodations with daily breakfast, as well as a boat tour to explore two of the neighboring Mayan villages that dot the shore of the lake and a shaman blessing, an ancient Mayan ritual that offers well-wishes for a happy life.
Discover your Irish roots on a group tour
Ready to explore your heritage on the Emerald Isle? CIE Tours is waving their single supplement on all of their fall 2019 tours to Ireland (and Scotland, too) for solo travelers—a savings of more than $1,000—which means you can explore cosmopolitan Dublin, the green country hills, and gorgeous coastlines on your own, but with the peace of mind of being on an organized tour where every detail, including transportation, tours, and hotels, are taken care of. Take some time out to explore these 14 undiscovered gems of Ireland.
Jamaican me crazy for a solo vacation
Situated along Jamaica’s sparkling northeast coastline, the all-inclusive adults-only Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall caters to single travelers in search of an indulgent escape. Boasting a newly remodeled oceanfront Zen Spa, guests traveling solo can enjoy soothing spa treatments for one followed by a solo dining experience at one of the resort’s nine internationally inspired on-site restaurants and lounges. For those seeking out other singles, the resort hosts weekly pool foam parties coupled with nightly entertainment for those looking to dance the night away with a new acquaintance.
All-inclusive Caribbean beach luxury
With the aesthetic of a Spanish castle perched cliffside, the adults-only, all-inclusive Sanctuary Cap Cana Resort & Spa easily answers the question “where should I travel when single?” Perfectly located on a coveted stretch of sugar sand Juanillo Beach right on the Caribbean Sea, you’ll be able to stretch out in style with swoon-worthy rooms just for singles. Enjoy a day of dance parties in the main pool, soak up the shower path and hydrotherapy circuit at Sanctuary Spa, or simply sip a drink at the swim-up bar to completely enjoy your vacation for one.
Solo Southern retreat
Ideal for solo travelers looking to give back to the local community and rejuvenate their soul with a philanthropic getaway, guests can embark on a two-night stay at HarbourView Inn in Charleston through the Solo Southern Retreat Package. Enjoy complimentary artisanal breakfast in bed before using your $20 Uber credit to head to One80 Place, Charleston’s local community kitchen serving an average of 185 lunches per day, to feed the hungry and begin your charitable journey. Head back over to the hotel and pick up a complimentary bike to begin a cycling adventure down the South of Broad before enjoying a seafood dinner among locals at Hank’s Seafood Restaurant.
Something for everyone in Cancun
Framed by 270 degrees of Caribbean sea and located adjacent to Cancun’s famed lighthouse, the all-inclusive Hyatt Ziva Cancun boasts three infinity pools and three towers of suites, including the Turquoize Tower, an adults-only oasis, and something for almost every solo traveler’s taste and interest. Hungry? There are 17 restaurants, lounges, and bars offering a variety of international choices from Asian to American diner classics to French delicacies at the adults-only La Bastille. The property also boasts its own microbrewery with artisanal beers. The oceanfront Zen Spa features an Alchemy Workshop where you can create personalized organic scrubs, oils, and fragrances, plus there’s an eight-step hydrotherapy circuit to soak up healing waters. Love to be active? Experience a one-of-a-kind yoga sun salutation on a Mayan Heritage site, test your core on a paddleboard, take a salsa class, or grab a snorkel to see what’s swimming under the sea. Next, read on to find out some of the safest spots to travel to alone.