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Time for new singles holidays ideas?

Foviance, the expert in digital customer experience, has found that singles aged between 31-45 years old cannot find a holiday which suits their needs. Of the 530 aged between 31-45 years who were surveyed, half had in the past chosen not to go on holiday to avoid what they feared would be the typical ‘singles’ holiday. But there is a fresh, new alternative kind of holiday out there if you know where to look.

Location, meeting like-minded people of a similar age group and being away from younger singles’ parties were all cited as priorities. 68% of respondents said they would travel on their own if they could find the right holiday.

GoLearnTo.com has conducted extensive research into the needs of single travellers and our holiday courses offer a viable alternative to what is seen as the typical ‘singles’ holiday.

You can go learn to speak Spanish, Italian or French, take a cooking course, Flamenco dance, play the guitar, make your own cosmetics or perfume, learn to surf, kitesurf or scuba dive or even learn to be a cowboy or cowgirl.  You’ll meet new people, have fun and will take home a new skill without any of the pressures of feeling you are looking for love, are alone or have to go out and go wild with other singles.  In fact over 80% of our customers travel solo and cite a holiday course as a reason to travel.

A learning holiday offers the opportunity to combine lessons with leisure in the company of like minded people – a perfect trip for singles of any age but particularly appealing to the 31-45 market looking for a unique holiday with no single supplements or forced singles fun.

Have a holiday on your own terms and go learn something new with GoLearnTo.com.

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