Our trips are designed to be solo traveler friendly and we’re proud to say our solo guests that book without a travel companion keep coming back for more.

With two experienced guides on-trip to show you the ropes, along with guests from all walks of life, you’ll have built-in friends to explore with every step of the way. Plus, 30% of our guests are solo travelers, so chances are, you won’t be the only one. Read on for our top 4 trips to take as a solo traveler.

Trek Travel Top Solo Trips

1. Andalucia

If you’ve dreamt of Spain, you’ve dreamt of Andalucia. Andalucia is limestone peaks, mountain passes and spectacular views. It is exquisite tapas, rich olive oils, classic Spanish wines and the special Jamon Ibérico. It’s a place you can explore with new friends or let the beauty of Spain wash over you as you explore on your own.


Trek Travel Top Solo Cycling Trips

2. Under Canvas

We’re thrilled to partner with Under Canvas to bring to you special glamping and cycling adventures in South Dakota and Glacier National Park. After exciting days in the saddle, return back to camp where you can enjoy sleeping under the stars in a safari-style tent.


Trek Travel Solo Getaways

3. Ride Camp

Trek Travel Ride Camp cycling vacations are among the most unique cycling vacations we offer. They’re specially designed for the confident, independent cyclist looking to achieve riding goals, build fitness or log big miles in a beautiful place. Here, we focus on nothing but rides, rest and relaxation in world-class destinations during the best riding season on the calendar with 4, 5 and 7-day trips. You’ll climb the giants of Sa Calobra, Caesars Head or Mount Figueroa on a race-ready Trek Domane with Di2 electronic shifting, and leave with legs that are ready for anything.


Trek Travel Solo Getaways

4. Alaska

Some would say the deep beauty of the last frontier is better experienced on your own. Explore the wonders of one of the last great American ski towns around Alyeska Resort, hop a train and marvel at the 360-degree views under the shadow of the massive Chugach range, cruising through the broad Mat Su Valley and to the authentic outpost town of Talkeetna. And, take the Alyeska aerial tram up to the unique mountain top luxury restaurant Seven Glaciers for a truly unique Alaskan dining experience.