Why Group Trips are the best thing to happen to you
Though solo trips top bucket lists for many of us, gang trips are the most fun, safe, and easy way to travel. A bunch of fun friends is possibly the best thing to happen on a leisure break. From exploring new places together to taking quirky groupie poses what’s not to like about gang trips? Here is why groups trips are always better.
The squad that travels together stays together
Imagine having to figure out every single aspect of your trip all by yourself. With all the packing, planning, arranging the stay, deciding the budget and the places to visit, more often than not you might forget the most important aspect of a trip.. ‘Having Fun’. With group trips, the responsibilities can be easily split among your friends. So, save yourself from the stress and enjoy your trip to the fullest.
Don’t burn a hole in your pocket
How often have we heard of people saving up for their dream trips? A dream trip is often associated with a famished wallet. The biggest counter to this myth is the Group trip. A budget can be easily devised and the costs can be seamlessly divided. Put your Value Education classes to good use, after all, Sharing is Caring.
Group trips also give us an opportunity to interact with new people and get to know the ones we know better. It will also help us understand ourselves better. You might not really be a mountain person but you might go on a trek because the rest of your gang wants to. This might end up being a liberating experience and would bring you closer to your group. From little things like handling a budget and working as a team to retaining your individuality in a group, there is a lot to learn from such trips.
Right on track
Want to have your entire trip planned? Travelling in a group lets you participate in scheduled excursions at your leisure, while still giving you free time to explore on your own. It means you can spend as much (or as little) time with your group members as you choose, without needing to skip anything on your must-see list.
Each person brings a different perspective
One of the best parts of being on tour is learning from the peer travellers. Since everyone comes from different backgrounds and learning experiences to the table, each offers unique insight or perspective to some of the many famous (or not-so-famous) sights you’ll see during your trip. There’s also nothing better than watching someone on tour experience a new city or country for the first time, it’s a great experience you can relive yourself!