Travel is so often a personal quest and, given the frenetic pace and constant engagement of modern life, it's no surprise to witness the rise in solo travel. People from all around the world are taking time out from their work and home environments to kick back and really relax or to discover their dream destinations by themselves.
And solo travel in Africa has moved on from the days of having to pay single supplements and getting a table for one in the corner. While travelling Africa solo can be as simple as visiting our top destinations as a single traveller where single supplements still apply, we've gone further and offer a full range of African safari and holiday accommodation that has waived the normal single room supplement, meaning you - as a solo traveller - don't pay more for the fact that you're unaccompanied.
We also think you'll like our range of tours and safaris, selected with the solo traveller in mind. Browse our range of scheduled tours and safaris as well as our exciting overland options: you'll be getting all the classic African itineraries but you'll also enjoy the social dynamic of a group of like-minded people - no dinners-for-one and a permanent place at the back of the bus on our group holidays - and if you can't find what you're looking for, simply contact one of our African Safari Experts for advice and recommendations on solo travel in Africa.
At a Glance
Communal dining, shared activities and experiences plus a common camaraderie are features of the accommodation and tours we select for our discerning solo travellers to Africa.