The advice of checking with your travel agent is excellent unless you like pouring over the brochures... they have "mostly single" cruises - the price is right, the booze on the boat is free, some of your meals are covered ....
some individual hotels and/or chains will offer guaranteed share accom - which means if you agree to share the room with a member of the same sex, no single supplement. when you travel alone sometimes you have to think outside the box.... They gave me a roommate of the opposite sex but we both complained so they moved him to another room. Met some really great people, danced the night away, took the trip to Rick's Cafe to watch the sunset, went on some of the party cruises....
Has anyone ever done an all inclusive alone before?
Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc.
Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing...
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.
The capital city - Santo Domingo is close by and a pleasure to explore - don’t miss the Zona Colonial district which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and where you’ll find much of the capital’s more intriguing sites - mostly medieval architecture, palaces and 16th century churches.
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.
All rooms come with fully equipped bathrooms, large windows and modern furnishing, while most rooms come with a free green fee for the golf course, jacuzzis, semi-private garden space with sun loungers and access to premium club services.
Facilities The Beaches - The resort has 100km of coastline, which is broken up occasionally by naturally formed marine pools - though our favourite beaches are Bávaro, Macao and Cabo Engaño - which is a beautiful stretch of white sand with over hanging palms.
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!
With its year round good temperature, activities that span everything from sailing and diving through to spas, dolphin watching and island hopping - it is the perfect location for a singles holiday to the Dominican republic.