But, it probably depends on what you are looking for.
I ran, swam, tanned, kayaked, tried scuba-diving...whatever I wanted, whenever I wanted. It was one of the best holidays I have ever had and I plan on doing it many, many more times.
This Caribbean country is one of our favourite new singles holiday destinations.
Punta Cana Resort The Punta Cana Resort sits on the eastern most tip of the Dominican Republic and has beautiful white beaches that look out to both the Caribbean and the Atlantic.
I did go by Signature Vacations and had to pay the 'single supplement', but it wasn't a big deal to me. I've been to Cancun twice, Punta Cana once, and Cabo 4 times. Trips with friends are a blast, but you always have to make some compromises throughout the trip.
When travelling alone, you do what you want when you want to do it!
You take your chances on whether or not you get paired up. On any given week the average age is usually late 30's - early 50's.2.
I used to book this way often, usually for the 2 wk period leading into Xmas - very few singles travelled then so I usually got the room to myself at no extra charge.
Also, when going by yourself, you meet many many more people than if you go with a group.
It forces you to chat with people by the pool, bars, beach etc. We booked with a group and had an absolute blast!!!!
Has anyone ever done an all inclusive alone before?
If so was it worth it, was there alot of single people there?
Watersports - Punta Cana is a fantastic locale to take part in water sports - whether you want to take it easy and do a little snorkelling, relax on a floating spa, or take things a little further and do a little swimming with sharks and stingrays or hop over to the islands of Catalina and Saona to do a little reef exploration.