Perhaps you’ve spent the past 18 months mourning the days when you and your friends were able to plan as many getaways as you wanted? Or maybe you’ve just met a group of new friends and fancy heading off on a break together? Whatever the reason for wanting to get away, we’ve got you covered when it comes to where you should go and what you should do – there are some amazing options to choose from.
So, where should you and your friends head off to on vacation? And more importantly, what should you do while you’re away? There are some truly fantastic group trip options to choose from, it’s simply a case of taking a few key factors into account – below is a guide to everything that you should know more planning your next group getaway.
How long do you want to go for?
The first question to determine is how long do you want to get away for? This is important because it will determine the kinds of trips that you can take and allow you to make the most of your trip.
For instance, if you’ve only got a weekend free, then you might want to plan a weekend getaway somewhere fairly close to home. But, if you’ve got a month free to travel, then the world is your oyster – you could go anywhere, do pretty much anything. So being clear about the amount of time you have is important when it comes to planning a group trip.
When do you plan on travelling?
It’s also important to ask yourself when you and your group plan on traveling; because the time of year that you’re going will also impact the type of experience that you can have.
For instance, if you’re travelling in the winter months, you might like to consider booking a winter skiing experience or if you’re craving a hot break then you might need to source some destinations that are hot all year around.
Where do the groups’ hobbies and interests lay?
Another important factor to take into account is the hobbies and interests of the group that you’re travelling with. Naturally, you want to ensure that the break is enjoyable for everyone, so it’s important to be mindful of where everyone’s interests lay. After all, not everyone may have the same interests – and that’s perfectly fine.
For instance, if you’re planning a getaway with some friends from your golf club, then perhaps you might like to look at MTI Events and consider booking a golf getaway? Whereas, if you’re booking a trip with a group of friends who aren’t big on physical activity but are real foodies and love trying new dishes, then you might want to book a city break to somewhere that’s renowned for a certain food type? The key is to book a trip that suits the group you’re travelling with.
When it comes to booking your next group getaway, it’s important to be smart about the approach that you take. Hopefully, the guide above will help you to plan the ultimate getaway that everyone is able to enjoy.