All Inclusive ‘Door-to-Door’ Holidays for Over 60s

These are some of our most frequently asked questions…but please call our freephone if you have any other questions or want to discuss anything in more detail.

Do I have to wait until I’m 60?
Our customers range from early 60s to late 90s. If you’re yet to ‘come of age’ you may still be able to join us but with the understanding that our holidays are run at a gentle pace.
I don’t live in the Midlands but I want to come with Dragonfly.
Our holidays operate from the West Midlands and include taxi collections from home for customers living in Birmingham and the surrounding areas. We don’t operate from anywhere else.

If you live outside this area and would like to join a Dragonfly holiday we may be able to arrange this (with a supplement for a home collection by taxi). Please contact us for further details.

I’ll be travelling on my own – will I be okay?
As well as couples, there are plenty of individual travellers on every holiday. We have a friendly atmosphere on our holidays and the structure of our itineraries work well because you are together for lunch and excursions (customers have remarked on occasion that our excursions feel like a family day out!)
Can I bring a wheeled walker or wheelchair?
Our holidays are designed to be enjoyed by customers with good mobility, but also to be considerate to anyone with more limited mobility. The hotels we use either have passenger lifts to the bedrooms or a large number of ground floor rooms. You can bring a wheeled walker, or a collapsible wheelchair (provided you also bring a companion to push!)All customers must be able to manage the steps onto and off the coach and to walk for short distances.

“The holidays are expertly organised. Looking forward to the next one”

“I do appreciate not having to look around for somewhere to have lunch…so glad I found you.”

“I love not having to worry about getting to and from the holiday and meeting new and old friends”

“I think ‘Dragonfly’ provide a lovely holiday without any worries

“I’ve lost count of how many times I’ve travelled with you!”