- Solo Travellers
Single Traveller Tour Holidays
Travel solo, but never alone with Titan...
We are delighted to introduce a number of departure dates for the solo traveller with low or no single supplements to pay for the very first time on a range of worldwide escorted tours! With a superb range of holidays to choose from, Titan is always working to enhance the solo travel experience and reduce the cost! Every one of these escorted tours includes:
- Special welcome drinks reception on the first night
- An experienced Tour Manager
- Titan's VIP door-to-door travel service
Take a look at our short video below to find out more:
In response to feedback from our valued customers, we are always looking at ways of minimising or eliminating our single supplements.Whether travelling by road, rail or water, as a Titan solo traveller, you can expect opportunities to socialise, relax, explore and experience incredible environments every day.
For more information on low/no single supplements please call 0800 988 5823 to speak to one of our travel experts.
No and Low Single Supplement Holidays
Travelling solo can be a great adventure and with Titan, you travel solo but never alone. Our tours are perfect for those who favour the safety and security of hassle-free travel with like-minded British travellers, seeking out new experiences and destinations.
Our customer stories are very important to us, so we asked Roseanne Kelly, a 72 year old Solo Traveller about her most recent trip with Titan "Natural Wonders of Alaska" and how she felt travelling solo on a group tour...
Do you mind travelling solo? What’s your experience of travelling in a group?
"I tend to travel solo within a tour group. I do wish that my friends would travel, but I have become used to joining a group.
I do socialise with the group when I go. Initially it is a bit difficult to strike up conversations with strangers, but once you get over the initial meeting it becomes easier. I made three really nice friends on my Alaska trip and I am going on a trip with one of them next year."