I am 62 years old and looking to go to the best place in the Caribbean for single seniors. I probably want an all inclusive. Anyone out there have any suggestions....
Hmm? I'm your age but the Caribbean doesn't call to me so cannot help.
Perhaps ask your question in the local forums for islands that interest you.
There's also some info on the Solo Traveler forum.
I'm taking a solo on Norwegian Cruise Epic to the Caribbean. They have studio cabins for solo travelers. You might want to check that out.
I'm very keen to visit Antartica before I get too much older (65 now). I have some physical issues, had replacement knee surgery 2 years ago and hips are a bit arthritic. Having said that I'm not ready for a Zimmer frame just yet! Any ideas re senior travel to this are would be very much appreciated. Thank you.
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Try typing 'A touch of class' into Google and you'll come up with a webpage for Count Kalnoky in Roumania. They do all inclusive holidays and really look after you, the food is delicious, the weather is excellent and the scenery magnificent. Its a little expensive but well worth it. I'm 73 and have arthritis but coped well with the trips and expeditions to Dracula's castle and the Pied Piper caves at Almasch. We had picnics and meals under the vines - it was delightful. I'd go again if I could afford it.
I went to Agadir in Morocco in March last year, Morocco might seem a strange place to go to as a solo female but the people couldn't have been kinder for more friendly. There is no hostility to westerners or females (unless you're young and drunk and not wearing much in the way of clothing - when they might look at you with contempt).
I went to the hotel Sud Bahir which got a poor write up on here, but as its only 3* (read 2* for Moroccco) you got what you paid for and the staff were friendly and helpful with trips and where to shop. This year in October I'm going to Tunisia, near MOnastir and really looking forward to it but a friend is coming too this time.
Wherever you go, enjoy!
Travelbee, resorts are usually welcome kids or they don't. These, adults only, resorts would be best for you.
For the OP in post #4 I'm sorry to tell you that I did a bit of research about physical requirements for Antartica and, based on my own physical condition I'm sorry to tell you that I think you have missed your window of travel opportunity for this particular destination. See what a few companies note as requirements and I think you'll come to this same conclusion. It's a shock isn't it? I know....
Thank you for that. I' m coming to that viewpoint myself noI'll take another look at an Alaskan cruise.