Flash Pack Launches New Itineraries for Solo Travelers

Flash Pack, an adventure-travel company for solo travelers in their 30s and 40s, has launched its new “Immersive Trip Collection,” beginning with Bali and Costa Rica. This new and affordable style of trips offers fewer travel days and more time in each destination. The London-based company plans to add more trips to the collection throughout 2023, with specific itineraries still in progress.

In April 2023, Flash Pack reached record-breaking bookings for U.S. travelers, who now account for more than 60 percent of its clientele. This success is connected with the popularity of solo travel and the influx of those opting to travel the world on their own. In 2022, 16 percent of Americans took a solo trip and 2023 is on track to surpass it, with 25 percent of Americans considering solo travel.

Following Flash Pack’s unprecedented growth in the U.S. market, the company created this collection to appeal to a wider range of solo travelers, offering both non-stop adventure and easy-going activities. Every itinerary will showcase authentic, adventurous and cultural experiences, providing travelers with a deeper connection with locals and the group of solo travelers. The two destinations that will launch the collection include Bali and Costa Rica.

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Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica (Flash Pack)

Bali Immersion: Jungle Glamping & Untouched Isles” will visit three different parts of Bali across nine days, where travelers will glamp in the jungle, swim in a hilltop infinity pool with ocean views, and take a speedboat to a tropical island. Travelers will engage with the local community through water purification ceremonies, learn to plant rice the traditional way from local farmers and cook up a Balinese feast that starts in the organic garden. Along the way there’ll be coffee and coconut oil workshops, water temple visits and Balinese massages.

The eight-day “Costa Rica Immersion: Wildlife & Beach Beauty” will offer three nights in Monteverde, three nights in Manuel Antonio National Park and an overnight in the capital San José. From a special orchids and insects night walk for quetzal spotting to a coffee farm tour and roasting experience, travelers will get a true sense of Costa Rica’s beauty and heritage, while staying in unique accommodations such as an igloo beach lodge. Locally inspired moments include a visit to an artisanal gold mine, where participants will learn how to make gold and even take some home with them and a trip to a family-run farm to milk the cows and make cheese.

For solo travelers seeking additional trip types, Flash Pack offers countless guides highlighting beach escapes, city breaks, wellness activities, and more.

For more information, visit www.flashpack.com.

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