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Why Small Group Travel Is Ideal for Solo Travellers

By Wild Kiwi Team
on  June 09, 2018

Okay, we might be a tiny bit biased, but we really do believe that small group travel is easily one of the best ways to travel the world. Here’s just a couple of reasons why.

Travelling with small groups in New Zealand - Why this makes sense if you are travelling alone

Experience Amazing Things With Other Solo Travellers

Travelling solo doesn’t mean that you have to travel completely alone. New Zealand holidays provide a bonding experience like no other and on a Wild Kiwi adventure, you’ll always have instant pals to partake in a karaoke sesh with you, search for that renowned but tucked-away café, and seek out the next adrenaline-inducing adventure.

The Perfect Balance Of Freedom and Safety

Staying safe on holiday is of the utmost importance. That being said, travelling both in a group and with a guide is honestly the perfect combo. On the one hand you have all the need-to-know info, and on the other, you’re free to focus on just having a really great time.

Avoid Endless Tourist Traps On Your New Zealand Holidays

We know there are plenty of popular locations that you definitely don’t want to miss out on. The good news is our Wild Kiwi guides know every super cool and secluded café, bar, gallery, and everything in between. You’ll be treated to a personalised itinerary and shown incredible locations you might not otherwise have the chance to experience.

Make Friends For Life On An Adventure Of A Lifetime

Shared holiday experiences have a way of helping to forge friendships that will really stand the test of time. As a solo traveller, you’ll be really open to connecting with new people and these are often the best circumstances. Who knows, you and your new BFF might end up continuing to travel together.

Solo travel - Make friends on your New Zealand holidays

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