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Travelling solo is the most freeing thing a person can do. All you need to think about is what you want to do and where you want to go. You can be as spontaneous as possible, from exploring new cities and countries, dining at cafes and restaurants, bed early, or staying up late. Solo travel experiences are exciting and fulfilling; you’re guaranteed to return for more when you do it once.


Luxury solo holidays

Explore far-flung islands in Vietnam or push your boundaries with thrilling adventures in South America’s Patagonia on a bucket-list solo travel trip. Luxury solo holidays are all about reconnecting with yourself, and how else better to do that than on a wellness vacation? Luxury holidays for solo travellers should all be about you, so tell us your passions and preferences, and we’ll take care of the rest.

Travelling solo is a must-have adventure. However, with the world being so big and spoiling us with incredible destinations, it’s hard to decide where to jet off to. At SevenTravel, our expert Travel Designers know a thing or two about travel. They will spend time getting to know you, listening to your needs, and planning a solo itinerary to suit your interests, tastes and preferences. If you want to discuss your options, please please get in touch. We’re only a phone call away if you know where you want to go but need assistance.

11 days Oct-May

Uncloak Bhutan’s mysteries

The last great Himalayan kingdom, Bhutan is shrouded in secrecy. This eleven-day journey will unlock the door to this devoutly Buddhist land, one of the world’s most mysterious countries.

10 days Dec-May

Exploring the film locations of Where the Crawdads Sing

Ever since the release of the book Where the Crawdads Sing in 2018, there has been a fascination around the mysterious American marshlands Kya Clark grew up in. The release of the movie counterpart in 2022 has inspired us to transport you within the pages of the novel by immersing you in the filming locations of New Orleans and the surrounding wetlands.

12 days Apr-Oct

Namibia: Explore the wild

This eleven-night flying safari will take you to the most incredible corners of Namibia. A country that is famous for its staggering desertscapes, pristine wilderness, eery coast and wildlife that has adapted to the harsh Namib desert to survive.


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Top luxury solo holiday destinations


Nestled in the Himalayas, the mysterious kingdom of Bhutan remains unspoiled and one of the most isolated places on earth; where oxen still plow the rice paddies and Buddhism shapes its unique culture and traditions.


The ‘Last Frontier’ is wondrous and megadiverse; a country the size of a continent. Australia boasts the great outdoors, the Great Barrier Reef, fascinating prehistoric history, sixty wine regions, and an enviable way of life.

Ecuador & The Galápagos

An eco-paradise, Ecuador’s biodiversity is so abundant it’s easy to see why Charles Darwin was obsessed with this part of the world. The otherworldly Galapagos islands, located 600 miles west of Ecuador remains a draw for those wanting to get close to untouched nature.


Sprawled across the equator and off the coast of South East Asia, some seventeen thousand islands showcase the beauty of Mother Nature at its finest. 


Spanning six time zones and ten provinces, Canada is vast and varied. Vibrant cosmopolitan cities, an intriguing blend of French, British and American culture and striking natural panoramas; there’s so many incredible experiences to choose from.


Ruggedly beautiful volcanoes, sparkling glaciers and dramatic landscapes; it feels like you’ve discovered another planet. Here ice and lava live side by side in an exhilarating union that has seen Iceland repeatedly top Europe’s must-visit list.


From the snowy Himalayas to the exotic beaches in the sultry south; India is a land of dazzling contrasts with thousands of religions, hundreds of languages and some of the world’s most luxurious hotels.


With over two thousand islands to explore, you’ll feel your cares soon slip away as you embrace the blissful Greek way of life. Explore ancient ruins, enjoy long sun-drenched days, and sultry evenings immersed in the local culture.

South Africa

Legendary wildlife watching from the safari to the shoreline. A melting pot of vibrant and diverse cultures that intrigue. World-class wineries that serve up unrivalled tastings in postcard-perfect vineyards.


The oldest independent state in the Arab world, you’ll feel like you’ve struck Arabian gold. Discover the country’s ancient soul and warm Omani culture alongside its diverse landscapes that are worthy of exploration.

Sri Lanka

This small teardrop shaped island combines a tropical golden coast line, ancient kingdoms, colonial tea plantations, green jungles and eight World Heritage sites. An ideal choice for a trip of a lifetime.


At first glance Japan is seemingly modern and futuristic with its shimmering skyscrapers, cutting-edge technology, high-speed trains and unique youth subcultures. Scratch beneath the surface and you’ll uncover the fascinating history, from its Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines.


Italy’s appeal is imbued with its famed dolce vita; lyrical landscapes, world-class art, superb gastronomy, compelling history and charming locals hook you in.


A gigantic patchwork, America’s diversity is hard to beat. From red rock canyons in Nevada to snowy mountains in Colorado, beautiful beaches in California to evergreen forests in Washington, subtropical deserts in Arizona and Alaska's striking fjords. 


Experience the beauty of Machu Picchu, admire the sheer length of Lake Titicaca, examine the epicentre of Peru’s history in Cusco, wander through the dense Amazon jungle or follow in the footsteps of the Inca’s across the formidable Sacred Valley. 


Top luxury solo holiday hotels


Amankora Thimphu, Thimphu

If you want a luxury snapshot of how a monk lives, Amankora Thimphu comes pretty close. Serenely situated on the outskirts of Bhutan’s capital amid sweet-smelling pines, the hotel is built in the image of a traditional dzong. Even the simple designed rooms and bukhari wood-burning stoves, resemble monks’ quarters. Tap into Bhutanese life here, from half-day hikes to a nearby monastery to archery classes and downtime in its cedar-scented spa.

New Zealand

The Farm at Cape Kidnappers, Napier

Those looking to spend time together need not look further than this luxury lodge in Hawke's Bay. Set in 6,000 rolling acres of stunning farmland and pastureland, the Farm at Cape Kidnappers has spectacular views over the nearby Pacific Ocean. The main lodge overlooks the working farm and the Spa offers personalised treatments.


Riad Fes, Fes

This converted fourteenth-century palace once belong to a renowned noble house and offers an ideal location in which to explore the imperial city. Carefully restored to include original artwork and traditional Moroccan furnishings, this hotel will transport back in time but with its today’s modern comforts.


Am Weinberg Boutique Hotel, Windhoek

Built on a former wine estate, this heritage boutique hotel is steeped in history dating back over 100 years. The original house has been converted into a modern and sophisticated hotel with 41 bedrooms offering comfortable rooms, a very inviting pool and a restaurant – the perfect stop to pamper weary travellers.

Costa Rica

Amor Arenal, La Fortuna

Perhaps one of the greatest hotel views on the planet; the Amor Arenal is set in surroundings so close to the Arenal Volcano that you can practically reach out and touch it. Enjoy the spectacular centerpiece within the lush green rainforest from your own very own casita with your own private view of Arenal and a plunge pool.


Belmond Andean Explorer, Peru

South America’s first luxury sleeper train, the Belmond Andean Explorer reinvented the rail experience in Peru. It doesn’t just give you a front-row seat to some of the country’s finest landscapes, whizzing through the grassy Andean plains overlooked by hulking mountains, but brings the outside in with its earthy tones, alpaca wool textures and bathrooms fashioned from local stone – all stamped with Belmond’s seal of luxury. Also the world’s loftiest train ride, this is a journey that proffers literal, as well as figurative, highs.


Alfajiri Villas, Ukunda

Alfajiri is a privately owned collection of fully staffed villas on the quieter end of Diani Beach, on the South Kenyan coast. Offering privacy and exclusivity, the villas are stylishly decorated and boast a beach retreat feel. No request is too much trouble for your butler and team who will be preparing scrumptious meals using local ingredients and organising your personalised activities.


Belmond Copacabana Palace, Rio De Janeiro

Making the most of its wonderful location on Copacabana beach, this majestic hotel is renowned for its royal pedigree spanning decades and classical style. Experience Belmond’s warm service and savour the show-stopping outdoor pool after a day of sightseeing, or sip a Caipirinha poolside.


Rocky Mountaineer

Rocky Mountaineer is one of the world’s most iconic train journeys, taking you on an unforgettable trip through the stunning beauty of the Canadian Rockies. With luxurious surroundings and a gourmet culinary experience, the Rocky Mountaineer is one of the world's premier train journeys.

Sri Lanka

Tamarind Hill, Galle

Tamarind Hill doesn’t just let you experience Galle’s rich heritage, you live it here, too. Once housing the Dutch admiralty during their pomp, this 250-year-old mansion still reeks of historic grandeur with its whitewashed walls, timber-vaulted ceilings, four-poster beds and antique furnishings. It’s like a little pocket of Dutch nostalgia that’s conveniently close to Galle’s seventeenth-century fort, just a ten-minute drive away, while the Sri Lankan fare has an emphasis on spices – the commodity which was the backbone of Dutch trade here once upon a time.


The Jaffa, Tel Aviv

In the heart of the fashionable Jaffa district, this former 19th century French hospital and monastery provides the perfect blend of old and new with dramatic architecture and modern interiors. Part of the prestigious Luxury collection, unwind with an atmosphere of total relaxation by the outdoor pool, spa or chic restaurants.

Sri Lanka

Maniumpathy, Colombo

Passed down over five generations of the same family, Maniumpathy feels like a home from home. Now a boutique hotel with just eight charming colonially dressed rooms (each one is named after a woman from a different generation), it’s as if you’ve been transported back to relive the experiences of residents in years gone past. Found in the leafy Cinnamon Gardens district of Colombo, the hotel feels like a secret you’d want to keep to yourself as you step out of the busy street and into this peaceful walled retreat.


Akyra Manor, Chiang Mai

There was a buzz about this hotel when it opened and has continued due its great service and warm hospitality. Within an easy stroll of the Artist’s quarter, this contemporary styled hotel is constantly voted as one of the best in the city. It also boasts the city’s only rooftop pool for a relaxing and unwinding swim.


Australis Cruise, Ushuaia

An Australis cruise takes you to the edge of the world to experience the wild beauty of Patagonia on board a ship that showcases the area's pristine landscapes, rich wildlife and fascinating human history from a vantage point that offers exceptional comfort and service. On this journey you’ll travel from Ushuaia to Punta Arenas to observe and explore some of the world’s most remote landscapes, including Tierra del Fuego, Cape Horn and Pia Glacier.


Conrad Osaka, Osaka

As a sky-high hotel, the Conrad has panoramic views of the cityscape and offers an unparalleled place to watch the sunrise or sunset while enjoying a refreshing cocktail at the Sky Bar. The hotel lies on a separate island in the heart of Osaka, combing modern interiors with traditional Japanese design for an ultramodern stay in the picturesque city of Osaka.

Singapore, Thailand

Eastern & Oriental Express, A Belmond Train, Southeast Asia

Step onboard the Eastern & Oriental Express in Bangkok and embark on an exquisite journey to Singapore – immersed in one of the most glamorous and romantic train rides in the world. Take in the spectacular Asian scenery as you savour expertly crafted cuisine or enjoy a cocktail inspired by the lush jungle you pass through, with curated experiences along the way including a River Khwai cruise and a cultural visit of Kuala Kangsar in Malaysia.


Dar Ahlam, Skoura

The Arabic translation of Dar Ahlam is “House of Dreams” and you could not find a better hotel in Morocco. With manicured lawns and palm and date trees silently swaying in the breeze, this converted Kasbah or country house is a place to relax and unwind after a day of adventures.


ITC Rajputana, Jaipur

Celebrating the spirit of the Rajput Palaces and havelis, the hotel has been carefully designed to offer a homage to the past legacies of the region. From the waterfall in the lobby, the elegant red brick exteriors to the peacocks roaming the grounds, this is the place to stay in Jaipur.


Merzouga Luxury Desert Camp, Sahara Desert

In the middle of the big dunes of the Erg Chebi Desert, Merzouga Luxury Desert Camp offers a spectacular nomadic experience where you can relax and gaze at the ever-changing colours of the desert. Your stay includes a gastronomic experience where you enjoy Moroccan cuisine and entertainment in the heart of the Sahara.


Sofitel Legend Old Cataract, Luxor

Nowhere combines heritage and location quite like the Sofitel Legend Old Cataract in Aswan. Situated on the banks of the Nile, like a terracotta-hued museum piece stuffed with old-world charm, this hotel feels torn straight from the pages of an Agatha Christie detective novel. That's because, in part, it actually is where the legendary crime author penned her Poirot classic, Death on the Nile, in 1937, and sections of the book are set here. Perched on a blush-tinged granite outcrop overlooking the Nile's first cataract (very shallow portions of the river), the hotel was built in 1899 by the famous travel guru Thomas Cook as a nineteenth-century Victorian palace to house European travelers. It has retained its time-honored soul magnificently, and sensitive refurbishments over the decades have created a delicate blend of Moorish, European, and Oriental styles, with an unmistakable Egyptian undercurrent as a subtle tribute to the pharaohs.


COMO Uma Punakha, Punakha

Resembling a Buddhist fortress, COMO Uma Punakha effortlessly blends in with the wild Himalayan landscape of the Punakha Valley. And what a location it is: floor-to-ceiling windows in every room give you a front-row seat presiding over tiered paddy fields and jade-hued hills tumbling into the Mo Chu river. This is Mother Nature at the top of her game. Hikes, rafting trips and local market visits are available but if you’re having trouble peeling yourself way from that view, the hotel’s spa has a Bhutanese hot stone bath overlooking the valley.


Gangtey Lodge, Gangtey

There’s nowhere better suited to help you slide into the zen-like slipstream of Bhutanese life than Gangtey Lodge. A remote outpost nestled in the pristine Phobjikha Valley, this decadent take on a traditional farmhouse feels permanently set to a meditative tempo. There aren’t any TVs here but you won’t need them – the view from your room is like the Discovery Channel in high definition. Watch to your heart’s content as black-necked cranes soar silently overhead in a valley that is quite possibly the most tranquil place on Earth.

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