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Rove Launches with an Exciting Range of Adventures in 7 Destinations and Unrivalled Approach for Solo Travellers

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rove-adventure-unscriptedRove, the specialist adventure travel company who announced their plans to come to market last year, have launched with an energising collection of adventures spread across 7 destinations. Adventures in Thailand, Indonesia, Mongolia, Sri Lanka, Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar are ready to depart with more destinations in the works over the coming year.

Rove’s slick new website may now be found at, showcasing cycling, trekking, watersports, and family-based adventure tours, including cultural encounters with plenty of freedom to explore.

Set to make waves with their approach for solo travellers, they promise no hidden costs and provide private rooms for single adventure goers. This approach is quite unheard of across the industry with solo travellers usually forced to share a room with someone they do not know, or made to pay an additional single supplement.

“One of our core values is inclusivity. We strive to encourage everyone to explore the world and enjoy the same adventures.” says Holly Richter, Managing Director of Rove. “Single travellers should not be priced out of trips just because they do not have a travelling partner or simply prefer to travel alone.”

Rove also provides the option for private tours and fully-tailored adventures for travellers looking for a more private experience, using Rove’s extensive knowledge of remote areas, new trendy neighbourhoods, and vast network of contacts. Online booking functionality is set to launch over the coming weeks, allowing for instant booking onto the adventure of your choice.

Rove was built by Co-Founders Holly Richter (Formally of Backroads and EXO Travel) and Struan Robertson (Formally of SpiceRoads) to provide specialist adventure tours catered to travellers looking for a more active and engaging window into the world’s most exotic destinations. Discover more.

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