What's a group?
Groups are usually considered to be a number of persons traveling together. For a resort it can be 5-10 rooms and up. For a cruise, it's usually 8 cabins. If a tour, it could be 12 people or more. Travelers can join an already established group that the tour company has put together for a specific itinerary. These groups can be smaller of 10-16 guests or larger of 25-35 guests.
Can I travel with a group if I'm solo or there's just two?
Many times you don't have to be part of "the group" to be able to book "the group" rate. As a company we are part of a consortia that may have group cruise space. You get the extra perks, such a free shore excursion or onboard spending money. We may have a group at a hotel or resort and have one room available at a discount, you get that and won't be part of the other group of rooms. Tours are always available to add to.
Why have a group?
Why travel in a group or join one? It's fun. Show me the PERKS!! Yes There can be discounts and a set rate. But more than that - extra perks. All these however depend on if the group is a cruise, resort/hotel, or tour. The group leader also will have extra perks or dollars available and can determine how to divide it up.
Who travels in a Group?
- Destination Weddings
- Friends & Families
- Meetings for your Company, Association, Board or Directors, and more
- Incentives for sales award, employees, and more
- Fundraising for a charity organization
- Networking groups, Rotary, clubs and Chambers of Commerce
- Church members
What's your interests or hobbies?
No matter your interest, there's plenty of ways to travel with like-minded individuals. Here's a few below, but think of any interest and there is mostly one or come up with your own.
Wine, Brewery, Distillery
Crafts - Quilt/Scrapbook/Knitting
Biking and Hiking
Games, Cards, and Tournaments
Lecturers & Learning
Psychics & Mediums