Is it OK to come on my own as a single on a Yoga Hikes break?
Can I have a single room for example, or what if I have no one to share with?
If you are worried about sharing a room, some of our breaks do offer single room options, or we can match you up with someone else who is also looking to share.
You can even add a filter in the trips search to select ‘single room’ on our website to see which trips have single rooms.
Its also a great way to meet people and if there are only twin share rooms available (or the single rooms have all sold out) and you are coming on your own, we will pair you up with a room mate of the same sex. Lasting friendships can be made on our trips as we attract like-minded souls who enjoy both yoga and hiking.
We get a mix of solo travellers and friends (either family members or friends who use our events to catch up and also enjoy some healthy leisure time). We also usually have guests who have been with us before so that’s always a good sign. It’s a good mix and hiking allows the opportunity to chat and get to know others in the group.
Coming on your own also has its advantages if you are brave enough to take that first step of course. It means you can relax and focus completely on yourself without worrying about your friend/family member for example. It also allows you to perhaps be more social than you would be if you came in a pair or small group – its entirely upto you.
By the end of the break, guests are always getting on, chatting, laughing, swapping contact details, arranging to go hiking or to come back for another Yoga Hikes break.
We look forward to welcoming you as a solo traveller on a Yoga Hikes break, or with friends.
But if you do have any concerns, please feel free to contact us.