Inside the Rise of Solo Luxury Adventure Tourism

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Samantha Shankman

A traveler takes a break while achieving his goal of climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro before his 70th birthday. Luxury adventure travel has become more of a solo pursuit in recent years. Samantha Shankman



Skift Take: Forget millennials. It's their parents that have the money and time to sign up for luxury experiences around the globe. With the aid of digital communications, going alone no longer feels like tragedy but an asset.

— Samantha Shankman

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