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Our Tips To Survive A Singles Holiday

If you are considering going on a holiday on your own, then look at our top tips to survive a singles holiday. These tips are practical & can help you make the most of your singles holiday.

Singles holidays can be great fun, exciting and an excellent way to meet new people and make life-long friends. Many people still think that going on holiday on your own can be somewhat scary and boring. However, if you follow some of these top tips, they can be just as enjoyable as going on holiday with someone.

Useful tips & advice to survive and enjoy singles holidays;

1/ If you are going with an organised group, check out the size of the group & age range of group. You may feel intimidated by a large group or feel uncomfortable with an older group for example. Find out so you know in advance.

2/ Always research the holiday destination. Find out where the best beaches are, if there are any singles nights at the local hotels or bars, whether there are tour guides to show you around the resort etc.

3/ If you want to make friends, look out for others who are on their own and ask them politely if they wouldn't mind if you joined them.

4/ Pick restaraunts carefully. You don't want to eat in cosy dimly-lit romantic restaurants, look out for quite busy places where other people are dining alone so you don't feel out of place. Don't sit their miserable, have a smile on your face and people will approach you.

5/ Always ask at the hotel or resort about any areas they advise not to visit alone. You certainly don't want to be walking around "dangerous" places at night all on your own.

6/ When out & about, take a book with you to stop getting bored. You can read it at a restaurant, or when you are out for a quite drink, this will help you fit in and not look like you are uncomfortable with being on your own.

7/ If you have a mobile phone, take it with you on holiday and arrange so you can make calls from abroad. For people on holiday alone this can act as an important safety net. Take note of your hotel telephone number, local taxi numbersPsychology Articles, local police etc.

The above list is not exhaustive and it will depend on what sort of person you are as to what tips you think are worthwhile. Many companies now cater solely for single travellers and there are even some who deal exclusively with women only singles holidays.

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