• Sherryann Charlton

How to Know If Group Travel Is Really For You

Updated: Feb 22

Do you like traveling with a group of family or friends? Or do you like planing sudden last-minute trip for a few days? Eliminating the need for a companion?

We Are Here To Help You figure it out!

We will help you to know/decide if you're a group or a solo traveler. Just answer our questions with honesty, and the air of confusion will clear out of its own. Here we go:-

  1. Are you an introvert who shies away from interacting with strangers?

  2. Which aspect of your trip attracts you more nightlife, educational, or eco-tourism?

  3. Do you want to cut down on your cost of traveling?

  4. Do you want people close to your age bracket to be your partner in traveling?

  5. Are you are rigid with your travel destinations list?

  6. Are you afraid of caring and sharing with your co-travelers?

  7. Are safety and security while traveling your priority?

  8. Do you love the freedom of making your schedule on the go? Do you like a spur of the moment decisions?

  9. Does loneliness scare you?

If the list of questions mentioned above has your answers as "Yes" in the majority, you are certainly not game for group traveling.

You are better a solo traveling! Never Say No

You may not be a group traveler, but then you can't travel solo every time either. There are Destinations like Mexico City (Mexico), Lima (Peru), Memphis (Tennessee), and Birmingham (Alabama) we would not recommend traveling solo.

Group travel is rapidly increasing amongst younger travelers like Millenials, but also with middle-aged frequent travelers who like to make new friends.

Benefits of Traveling In a Group

Group trips are good for your health

Traveling with friends is good for your health. It’s true! According to studies, friendships can increase life expectancy, lower chances of chronic disease and improve mental health

Time with your favorite people

The older we get, the more precious time spent with our favorite people becomes. This is reason enough to champion a girls’ trip or a getaway with your college roommates. Getaway from the daily routine, and have some fun with the people who make you ugly laugh (and cry). Whether it’s a milestone birthday, bachelorette party, or a just-because vacation, a getaway with friends is so much more fun!

Unplug and spend quality time

These days it's so important to unplug and spend quality time with the people we love.

Traveling with a group of family or friends can be an incredible experience with lots of opportunities to bond and create lifelong memories.

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