The numbers of people traveling alone are growing, as many remain single longer and others increasingly opt to travel independently. According to the U.S. Travel Association, solo travelers—those who travel without companions—account for nearly 11 percent of adult leisure travelers.
There are many perks for the solo traveler…yet the dreaded singles supplement still poses a formidable financial as well as psychological barrier for those booking an all-inclusive stay for a party of one.
An article I recently wrote for All Inclusive Outlet.com (February 11, 2015), outlines some options for solo travelers considering an all-inclusive stay.
You can read the article in its entirety on AllInclusiveOutlet.com.