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WILTON, CT — Solo travellers will be getting a major break this year with Tauck, which has once again opted to reduce and in some cases eliminate its single supplements.
The company has announced that there will not be a single supplement on its Category 1 European riverboat cabins, waiving the supplement entirely for those cabins on each departure of every Tauck river cruise itinerary. In all, the single supplement is being waived on over 200 Tauck river cruise departures in 2018.
Moreover, Tauck is reducing the single supplement by US$1,000 on other selected cabin categories on 58 departures of 16 different river itineraries.
Solo travellers interested in Tauck’s land journeys will also enjoy a reduced single supplement of up to $600 on 155 departures of 53 tours visiting five continents. In Europe, for example, the company has slashed the single supplement by up to $400 on 68 departures of 23 different land itineraries, while in North America, supplements are being reduced by up to $300 on 61 departures of 21 tours. Even more, within its ‘Exotics’ portfolio, Tauck has reduced the supplement by up to $600 on 26 departures of nine trips in Asia, Africa, Latin America and the Middle East.
“Our tours and cruises have always been very popular with solo travellers. Not only do solo travellers embrace the camaraderie and sense of assurance they feel as part of a Tauck group, but they really appreciate all of the effort that we put into choreographing and executing their journeys – work they would otherwise have to do entirely on their own,” said Tauck CEO Dan Mahar. “Tauck is already a fantastic way for solo travellers to see the world, and with our elimination of or reductions to the single supplement, we’re an even smarter choice.”
For more details call 1-800-468-2825 or go to tauck.com.