Dating for over 60 s
Joining an escorted group tour is one of the most popular ways to explore, especially if you’re new to travelling solo or want to head further off the beaten track.Within the small groups, you’ll normally find between a third and half travelling alone, including options to share a room or pay a small supplement for your own space.If you prefer to stay closer to home, Martin Randall Travel offers tours themed by art, literature and gardens, among other topics.Classical music lovers, meanwhile, will love the tours visiting music festivals across Europe from Kirker Holidays.Go Learn To has holidays for solo travellers with no single supplement and guests who are into their 70s – learn anything from photography to cookery to jewellery and perfume making to Pilates, as well as language courses.Or choose a trip which lets you explore your passion, guaranteeing some like-minded fellow travellers.Each year we re-invest significant funds into site security and functionality, all to give our valued members the best senior dating experience possible.Who says there’s an age limit on exploring the world?
The Majestic Line sails around western Scotland’s beautiful islands, with a maximum of 10 guests on board including two cabins for single occupancy, while the luxury barge holidays from European Waterways have no more than 20 passengers, and no single supplement on selected dates as you explore the countryside of France, Germany, Italy and further afield.
You want to go up and talk to him, but you haven’t flirted in years and putting yourself in a situation where you might get rejected…Read More I went on a date recently. Our mutual friend had introduced us months ago…Read More I know you may not believe me when I say dating can be fun after 60 and that you can find love with a good man at this time in your life.
Friends, grown kids, grandkids…Read More Let’s say you’re out and about, and you see an attractive man you’d like to meet. Much like real “set-ups,” I put this one off for a long time.
Cruises have always been popular with 60 travellers – and they’re ideal for solo travellers as well, especially as cruise companies cut the traditional single supplements and work hard to make their ships more welcoming to those voyaging alone.
Norwegian Cruise Lines was one of the first to introduce single ‘studio’ cabins, with a separate lounge area for singles on Norwegian Epic.