The number of older people who go on vacation and other pleasure trips will increase significantly in the coming years, making them more important for the tourism industry than ever before. The numbers grow day by day. Age is not a factor for these travelers. They are often more enthusiastic, polite, curious to know the places they visit and always have a good attitude. Although, previously traveling for pleasure was considered a luxury, in the last five years, it has become a lifestyle option to go on vacation. Older people like to make long-distance group tours that require at least 10 days. Older adults who are still active know that curiosity does not necessarily decrease with age, and they are always prepared to continue adding new experiences. Retirement is usually a gateway to travel opportunities that are finally within reach. The dilemma is choosing where to go. For older travelers, social contacts, variety, entertainment and meeting other people are the most important aspects, which is why fishing options, high seas travel and gastronomic tourism are among the favorite. Below are more details of these Senior Tourism alternatives.