On EuroClub trips the number of people in a room varies depending on the type of accommodation. When staying in hotels many of the rooms are twin share - in which case you will be able to stay with your partner. Bungalows are usually 2-4 bedded rooms. Rooms in hostels are usually 4-6 bedded rooms. There may be limited occasions where rooms of up to 10 beds are used. EuroClub trips operate a single sex policy and therefore couples shouldn’t expect to share together. You may make a request at the time of booking to be put in the same room - if there’s another couple on tour we may be able to group you together - though we cannot guarantee this.
On our EuroCamping trips, we provide comfortable twin-share dome tents to sleep in - there should be no problems being able to share with your partner. On occasion our EuroCamping trips feature included accommodation upgrades. These may be in bungalows, guesthouses, hostels or hotels. On such occasions, the number of people in a room varies depending on the type of accommodation. When staying in such accommodations, our EuroCamping trips operate a single sex policy and therefore couples should not expect to share together. The "What’s Included? section for each trip in our brochure details what type of accommodation is used for our overnight stops.
The 2012 Summer season program will be available around September/October time. Keep an eye on our website for details.
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