Best companies for seniors tours in 2021
You're never too old for an adventure. Find out where to book some of the best seniors tours for the young-at-heart traveller.
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There are loads of tour companies catering to the 18-30-something crowd, but once you hit your golden years, it doesn't mean you need to top travelling.
In fact, these tour companies provide tours, activities, holiday packages and adventures for travellers who know that age is much more than just a number.
So whether you're looking to sip cocktails under a shimmering Mediterranean sunset or trek through the majestic Andes, these travel companies are here to help you find the perfect tour for your dream destination. Check them out, book online and before you know it you'll be exploring a new part of the world.
Wendy Wu Tours
It has over 23 years of providing tours to Asia and the rest of the world with great value and fully inclusive prices.
- Private and tailor-made tours are available
- Professional tour guides
- Read authentic traveller reviews before you make a booking
Offering more than 600 tours across 60 countries, there's plenty of options with Trafalgar.
- Prices range greatly for different budgets, from $127 to $660 per day
- Welcomes passengers up to 80 years old
- Solo travellers can be paired up with someone of the same gender to avoid supplements
Peregrine has over 25 years experience organising tours and small group travel around the world. The tours are clearly marked with the required fitness level as well as recommended age groups.
- Local tour guides and leaders give travellers the chance to go beyond the typical tourist experience
- Tours available in over 80 countries
- Locally aware and environmentally sustainable tours
Intrepid tours offer the intimacy of local experiences that comes with small group travel in Asia, Africa, Europe, Oceania, the Middle East, South America, Central America and North America.
- One-day and multi-day trips available
- Choose a travel theme and have your perfect adventure
- A focus on local experiences
- Upper age limit of 70 years old (except Yolo tours)
Where can I buy seniors travel packages?
One of the world's biggest online booking companies offers day tours and holiday bundles by partnering with travel service providers all over the world.
- Best price guarantee
- Book flights, hotels and tours in the same place
- Loyalty program rewards members with special deals and discounts
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Senior Travel Clubs
Travelling alone has its advantages. But, let’s face it, it can get lonely. If you are a solo traveller looking for a travel companion, there are lots of resources available for travellers who are young at heart but can’t convince anyone to come with them on the trip of a lifetime.
If this sounds like you, there are many solutions. You could find a small tour group, as lots of companies happily accept singles (although some do ask for a surcharge) or pair you up with another single in the group to cut costs. If tours are not your style, but you don’t want to travel alone, consider joining a travel club or look online for a travel buddy on a site like Thelma & Louis or Travbuddy. You can also search on the forums at Lonely Planet or Trip Advisor to find like-minded souls.
Make sure you’re clear about what kind of person you are looking for and want kind of trip you are embarking on to make sure you find a good fit.
Importance of travel insurance for seniors tours
Whether it's a once-in-a-lifetime adventure you've been waiting until retirement for or just your annual adventure, it's a good idea to make sure you've got the right seniors travel insurance cover should any part of your trip unintentionally stray off the beaten path.
What cover is available to you will depend on a few factors. Your age, overall health and the destination of your holiday will have an impact on the price and availability of travel insurance, but we've made seniors travel insurance easy to understand so you can find the policy that's best for your needs.
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