According to the 2015 Visa Global Travel Intentions Study, solo travel is up 15 percent overall since 2013 and up to 37 percent from 16 percent for first-time travelers.
This influx of single explorers has caught the eye of the travel industry and sparked a new wave of specialty packages and offerings designed to encourage mingling with other singles.
We met through the Miss Travel app and were lucky enough to see our story develop way beyond the first dinner (which Jade still thinks was not a date, but it totally was).
After traveling to Paris, Madrid, London and Chile together, we still maintain contact despite the thousands of miles which stand between us and both aspire to write the second chapter of our story.
Miss Travel has presented me with so many unique opportunities.
With more than 30 million members and 13.5 million visitors a month, caters to singles with any interest, including travel.
After you provide some details about yourself (e.g., ethnicity, faith, and location), make sure you go to the My Interests section and select Travel/Sightseeing — that way, you can receive the most compatible date recommendations.
And lobby happy hours, game rooms and other communal spaces offer easy ways to meet others as well." RELATED: Booking that 2016 trip?
Check out these travel destinations on the rise One of those hotels catering to singles is the Wyndham Grand Rio Mar Resort & Spa in Puerto Rico, which invites those traveling alone to meet with other guests seaside at the Tiki Bar’s daily happy hour.
Nothing like the advertisements I’m also reading that you have to pay.