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TTG Features Touring & Adventure


itineraries too, but also notes a desire to give something back while travelling. Young says the operator’s recently rebranded 18-to-Thirtysomethings travel style includes visits to a number of G Adventures for Good projects in destinations such as Thailand, India, Vietnam and Peru. Young explains: “These are proving


increasingly popular with our solo travellers, many of whom are looking to connect with like-minded people while giving back to the destinations they visit.” TrekAmerica caters primarily for


21-25s and managing director Richard Hanson says its customers are often “first-time travellers who have not visited the Americas before and tend to book trips that take in the big-hitting highlights – West, East and Coast to Coast USA.”


Overcoming trepidation Despite the excitement of exploring far-flung destinations, agents may well encounter some trepidation from younger clients when it comes to booking their solo trip. But the operators have some handy tips and practical tools


that agents can use when selling. Contiki has a “meetup” function on its website where clients can chat and introduce themselves to fellow travellers before their trip starts, easing concerns of loneliness or feeling like an outsider. TrekAmerica offers a similar option with its iTrek community where passengers can interact before they travel. Hanson adds that it can also be used as a selling tool with reviews and forum conversations that travellers can read before they book. He also highlights a series of YouTube videos that agents can use to showcase the experience to their clients. Intrepid offers solo-only


Lone travel in Ho Chi Minh City (left) and Jaipur


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