Group Travel Done Differently


Sound familiar? Or some variation of it? Maybe your friends can’t get the time off work. Perhaps they just bought a house. Or you might still be trying to convince that one friend to come with you? (they’re going to crack eventually right). You’ve considered a group tour but worried it may be too touristy. And what if you don’t have anything in common the other guests? If this sounds like you then we could be a good fit. Our trips are tailored specifically to solo travelers in their 30s & 40s and we travel with a vibe much closer to what you’d get with your own friends. Here’s how we do it.

THE PEOPLE (30s & 40s)

We put a lot of emphasis on bringing together groups of a similar age, with a shared approach to travel and who are likely to get along.

  • Aged 30 – 49
  • No rowdy youngsters wanting to party all day long.
  • Or people your parents age (sorry).
  • Mostly from UK, Europe, USA & Canada (although we welcome people from everywhere)
  • Majority are solo travelers
  • They’re sociable and like to meet new people
  • Open minded, up for an adventure and excited to embrace a different culture
  • Enjoy boutique hotels, delicious food and authentic experiences
  • Up to 16 people per trip

Our guests almost always say that the “group” was a highlight of the trip. Here’s just a few comments from our customer testimonials.

“As a group we laughed so much”

“I was sure the other people on the tour had been handpicked for me”

“As a group we gelled so well that it felt like we had known each other for more than two weeks”

“The group I was with were fantastic. All different in our own ways, but with the same like-minded approach to the trip”

“Our group had so many laughs and jokes”

Other Way Round guests showing why they travel with us


We design trips based on how we like to travel ourselves (group travel more fitting for our generation).

  • Exotic locations we know intimately
  • Packed with adventure, cultural immersion and social impact
  • Only activities that locals genuinely do themselves (we HATE manufactured tourism).
  • High quality: boutique hotels, awesome food, top-notch experiences.
  • Venture outside the tourist zones and interact with everyday people.
  • Get active: hike, bike, dance, sail, reconnect with nature
  • Participate in local culture.
  • Spend your money in local communities (where it’s very much needed).
  • We are constantly seeking out the newest & coolest experiences (that you won’t find in guidebooks)
  • Evening socialising equally as important as daytime action.
  • “Free time” to explore your own interests.
  • Hassle free – we’re all over logistics!
Here's why we travel with Other Way Round