So, you’re planning a vacation or joining a group trip and you can’t quite understand the single supplement. It's almost as if you are penalized because you are a single traveler or don’t have a roommate. I hate to say it is what it is, but it pretty much is.
When it comes to cash, regardless of if a person has a lot or a little, you can’t dictate how a person will spend their loot. People do what they want with their money and most of the time, their decisions have nothing to do with you or your travel event.
So you want to be a group leader?
Traveling with family and friends is amazing. Whether you’re traveling for a wedding, milestone birthday, celebratory event (promotion, graduation, holiday), family reunion or just because. However, do you feel your group falls apart before it truly takes off?
I compiled a list of tips to help make group planning a bit easier.
Congratulations, you're planning a group trip! Now what?
Once you narrow down your dates, destination, where you will sleep, and what you will do, your next major decision is the group structure. Groups generally fall into two categories, flexible and contracted.
Hi, I'm Prissi, the owner and lead consultant at Prissi Travels.
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