Sometimes we’ve got the urge for adventure, but no-one to do it with. Travelling solo on a small group tour has its perks. We’ve got expert local leaders on tap to show you around, ready-made friends who are itching to explore, just like you, and optional single supplements if you want a room all to yourself. More than half of our passengers travel solo so third-wheeling isn’t an issue. All you have to do is turn up with a smile and a passport: we’ll handle the rest. Welcome to solo travel, Intrepid-style.
Will I have my own room?
It’s completely up to you. There’s no extra charge when you share a room with someone of the same sex. But if you'd like a little more privacy, a single supplement is available on the majority of our trips (it’s just a small extra charge). Just mention this to our customer service team when booking your trip and they'll arrange it for you.
How does group time work?
Whether you’re travelling solo or with a partner, our trips have a set itinerary. But within that there’s time set aside for your own exploration (if you want to – no pressure). The amount of free time depends on the travel style - you can ask your guide for a few tips then head out alone, or hang out with the group and see where the day takes you.
Do I have to pay a single supplement?
Not if you don’t want to. If you’re happy to bunk with a traveller of the same gender, there’s nothing extra to pay on the vast majority of our trips. If you want your own room, just mention it to our customer service team when booking and they can organise a single supplement for a small charge.
I'm new to group travel, what will my group be like?
Intrepid travellers are connected more by attitude than age. They’re a friendly, open-minded and curious bunch, and a lot of them elect to travel alone (so no third-wheeling, we promise). Our trips attract a mix of genders and ages generally range from 25 to 65. It’s hard to know exactly who you’ll meet, but you can be assured you'll be a part of the fun.
Is it cheaper to travel in a group?
On average, solo travel on a group tour is way more cost-effective than heading out on your own as you're splitting the cost (we can also guarantee a lot more inclusions and extras than you’d usually get for your money).