Jules Verne launches Solo Group tours for single travellers

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Jules Verne has launched a  collection of escorted holidays exclusively for single travellers, visiting destinations such as Italy’s Lake Como and Ethiopia’s Blue Nile. 

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Following requests from its clients, the operator has created nine Solo Group tours, following popular itineraries from its Worldwide Journeys programme on selected departure dates throughout 2018.

Each tour is offered with no single supplement and groups will be made up of solely of single travellers, accompanied by a UK or local tour manager.

Managing director, Francis Torrilla said: “Jules Verne has been at the forefront of single travel for some time, having offered a No Single Supplement programme for many years – long before many of our competitors began to respond to the needs of the single traveller.
“For many of our clients, being able to travel without the burden of a single supplement has enabled them to visit countries that might otherwise have remained out of reach financially, and we are delighted to build on our offer to the single traveller by introducing these new Solo Tours, which guarantee that they will be joining a group of like-minded people who are also holidaying on their own.”

The new Solo Group tours encompass destinations in Europe, Africa and Asia. Several of the itineraries also include a Special Event.

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