Whether you are a parent or child-free, vacationing without kids fully allows you to relax, and indulge in more grown-up options away from the bustle and noise of the kids table. Take a walking tour without hearing complaints of boredom, take your time sipping wine at a local vineyard, or, explore the great outdoors without having to cut your day short for nap time.
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Resort: Sandals Grande Antigua
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Voyage with Valiant Lady from Portsmouth or Barcelona beginning in spring 2022, and with Resilient Lady from Piraeus (Athens) in summer 2022.
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What is Adults-Only travel?
Adults-only travel means a vacation only with other adults ( 18+ or 21+ depending on location).
Is Adults-Only travel limited to couples?
No. While there are many options that cater to couples looking for a romantic getaway, adults-only vacations are perfect for a solo escape, celebrating a friend's achievement, or recharge without kids in tow.
What types of vacations can I book that are Adult-Only?
There are all-inclusive full resorts that are adults-only, sections of a resort that are exclusive to adults, and sometimes pools within a resort will be designated specifically for adults-only. There are also adults-only excursions and activities, too. In addition to resorts, there are cruises, package tours, and experiences all catering to the adult crowd.
I'm traveling solo but want to join a group for all or part of my trip, can you help?
Of course! There are 9,000+ tour operators based in the USA alone each with its own specialties and group culture. Let Tamarack help you sort through the numbers and find the perfect group of adventure buddies for your trip with one of our highly rated preferred suppliers. Group tours often also offer added value in the form of included meals, transportation, local experts, and accommodations. It is also a fantastic way to meet new people with shared interests for future trips.
I know what I want out of a trip, but I'm not certain about a destination.
Some of us like to lounge on the beach, some want to hike a glacier. Whatever your style of travel let Tamarack's experience and knowledge help you brainstorm and plan your next trip.
What is Adventure Travel?
Adventure travel focuses on exploration and often involves physical activities, a cultural exchange, or activities in nature. Some example activities include archery, backpacking or yay hikes, food tours & cooking classes, sailing, small ship cruising with optional excursions, overland tours in off-road vehicles or safari, and much more. Learn more by clicking here!
What is the difference between soft adventure & hard adventure travel?
The soft and hard are terms that help your travel advisor guide you toward experiences best suited to their individual wants and activity level. Are you looking for an exciting rafting trip through level 5 rapids, a leisurely canoe paddle on a chill river, or something in between?
What is Ecotourism?
Ecotourism (also call sustainable tourism), is defined as “responsible travel to natural areas that conserve the environment, sustains the well-being of the local people and involves interpretation and education” by The International Ecotourism Society (TIES).