Group Travel Made Simple

Group Travel

Setting a budget

One of the most important tasks to tick off the list when organizing a vacation or a trip of any kind is setting a budget. Speak to the others involved and discuss how much you’d like to spend. This will give you an idea of the type of location you’re looking at and help you choose accommodation, transport options, and activities. It’s best to have this conversation early on in the process to avoid awkward discussions later on.

Choosing a location

If you don’t already know exactly where you want to go, it’s worth taking a bit of time to explore ideas. Think about how far you want to travel and what you want to do when you arrive at your destination. Whether you fancy chilling out in a log cabin in the mountains, taking a city break or hitting the beach, there are options to suit everyone. Discuss possible destinations with family and friends, get some quotes and find out about excursions and activities. 

Getting from A to B

Depending on the location you choose, you may need to book flights, arrange transfers, hire vehicles or book coach travel. If you’re staying relatively close to home, it’s a great idea to look at companies like US Coachways. Booking a bus will enable you to travel together, which is likely to cost less and make the journey more fun. If you’re flying to another state, or you’re going abroad, contact the airline and ask about group booking discounts. It’s also wise to research transfers and van and car hire online, as rates tend to be lower. 

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Planning an itinerary

Whether you’re going camping, you’re visiting a family-friendly resort or you’re staying in a city, it’s important to think about how you’re going to spend your time. Ask other people to put ideas forward and create a rough itinerary. You don’t have to have an activity booked for every morning and afternoon, but it’s beneficial to reserve places on trips if you’re a group to avoid disappointment. From hiking, kayaking and mountain biking to boat trips, snorkeling and touring museums and galleries, there should be options no matter where you end up. Booking tickets for tourist attractions online will help to save time and money, as you can usually skip queues. It’s also a great idea to read reviews online if you’re looking for tour operators for day trips or outdoor adventures. 

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