I am 16 years old. I have got UK visit accompanied with my parents only. Now I have to travel alone to UK next week. Can I go with the same visa? Kindly advice me.
- Travelling alone
You can travel to the UK without an adult (someone over the age of 18).
Your parent or guardian will need to provide their:
- written consent for you to travel to the UK
- full contact details
They’ll also need to provide proof that you have somewhere suitable to live during your stay in the UK, including:
- the name and date of birth of the person that you will be staying with
- an address where you will be living
- details of your relationship to the person who’ll be looking after you
- consent in writing so they can look after you during your stay in the UK
You must provide a letter from the school confirming it has notified the local authority of your visit and your care arrangements if:
- you’ll be studying in the UK during your stay
- you’re under 16
You must include the reply from the local authority if the school has received one.
I can go same visa?
As @GayotFlow mentions, the issuing post will write the conditions on the entry clearance itself. If the conditions stipulate that an adult is required, then they cannot travel alone. Otherwise it's ok. In both cases, it's an EXPLICIT amendment made by the consulate.
You will need more than a visa to travel at 16 years of age.
If traveling by yourself, you will need signed and notarized letters from both parents authorizing you to travel. Without knowing your nationality, there is a good chance you will need these documents to be allowed to exit your home country, so might need them in both your home language and English.
Your current visa if restricted to traveling with your parents would be of no use. Your best source of information is to contact the UK Embassy or Consulate that issued your visa.