At MI Travel, there are no age limits when it comes to traveling the world and enjoying a holiday. In fact, these days it seems more of the older generation are taking the opportunity to jet off to exciting destinations than ever before. For the over 50’s, there’s often an element of more freedom – children might be grown up and so they’re not restricted to holidays out of term time.

Whether you prefer to read a book by the pool or spend your time sightseeing, the world is your oyster. We have some amazing holiday ideas for the over 50’s.

More than a fifth of our customers travel on solo holidays, so whether you want to meet new people, travel with a friend but prefer your own room, or simply want some much-needed ‘me’ time, you’ll find nothing is too much trouble on our singles holidays in the UK or overseas. Rest assured you’ll always have a dedicated tour manager close by should you need any help or advice while you’re with us.

Our most popular holidays for over 50’s are


A hidden gem in the Caribbean, Grenada, widely known as the ‘spice island’, is the perfect combination of pristine beaches and lush, green rainforest, with endless opportunities for relaxation, adventure and even monkey spotting!  Come with us to discover all that this captivating island has to offer…

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We act as an agent on behalf of The Global Travel Group Ltd in connection with the sale of travel products. Unless specified as the operator, The Global Travel Group Ltd is the agent on behalf of ATOL Protected Tour Operators and other principals. All the flights and flight-inclusive holidays on this website are financially protected by the ATOL scheme. When you pay you will be supplied with an ATOL Certificate. The ATOL system protects you from losing money or being stranded abroad if the holiday provider should cease trading. This is backed by the UK Government.