People go on learn to dance holidays for the obvious reason that they want to learn to dance. Learn to dance holidays have the double attraction of providing a vibrant social life experience, coupled with a built-in keep fit programme of dancing. Social dancing, the kind that requires a partner where people stay together and actually touch each other, has become extremely popular all over the world.

This is especially true of the UK where ballroom dancing has always enjoyed a particular popularity. You can go away on learn to dance holidays without being stuck with just ballroom style dancing. You can find holidays where they will teach you the basics of the Jitterbug and the Charleston, the Salsa and the Lambada, Line Dancing, Break Dancing and even exotic Pole Dancing, or anything in between.

Learn to dance holidays can include just about any kind of popular dance form there is. If Scottish country dancing appeals to you, and you fancy having a fling with the Highland Fling, a gallivant through the Gay Gordons, or maybe a quick wrestle with a Quadrille, or even a Jig or a Hornpipe, then you’re in luck.

You’ll find someone somewhere, and not necessarily only in Scotland, offering learn to dance holidays with Scottish country dancing as the focus. After that it’s a simple matter of, “step we gaily on we go, heel for heel and toe for toe…”

The great thing about learn to dance holidays is that they are a wonderful way to get some exercise, while learning a few useful skills at the same time. It’s a lot of fun, even if you have two left feet starting out.

Persevere and you will soon find that the dance steps become ever more fluid and natural. Before long you will waltz your way into the Quickstep, trot your way into the Tango, and two-step your way into the Pasa Doble with the greatest of ease.

There’s another thing about learn to dance holidays that’s as important as getting some exercise; you’ll have a great social life while you enjoy your holiday. The people who are passionate about dancing are usually interesting people who love to meet others with a similar passion. You’ll meet the young and the old and the somewhere in between, all having fun and loving the experience.

Ballroom dancing is probably the most popular dance form offered on learn to dance holidays. This style of dancing has an elegance and fluidity that other dance styles often don’t. Its abiding popularity in the UK is reflected in television programmes such as Strictly Come Dancing that has millions tuning in every time it is aired.

Of course, learn to dance holidays are not just about dancing, though that is the main reason for going on one. Expect a few day excursions to be laid on, as well as having time to yourself for seeing the local sights and sounds, especially if the holiday is set somewhere abroad.

If you are the kind of person who likes something different, something with a challenge, and you don’t know how to dance, but would quite like to, then learn to dance holidays are for you. Check out your local dance club and see if they can help, or do a local search on the Internet. You’ll be glad you did!