For many people, traveling on holiday with all of their mates is something of the ultimate dream. It gives you all the chance to hang out for a few days, without having to worry about all the stress that you left behind at work and home. However, there is always one problem that people face when they do go away in a large group - there can very often be arguments if no one can agree on where to go and what to see!
But don’t worry; large group travel doesn’t always have to descend into disaster! In fact, this tips can help you survive your time away with everyone else.
Even though some hotels and hostels offer big discounts for large groups, it’s a good idea to eschew these types of accommodation in favor of a self-catering option. For instance, you might prefer to rent out a cottage or villa. This whole property is then yours for the entire vacation so you will be able to spread out however you want to. Plus, it helps you be a lot more flexible with your trip. You can sleep as late as you want to without worrying about maids waking you up! You will also find that renting such a property will have a much more communal feel to it, as you will have the space to enjoy meals and hang out together.
Plan Travel In Advance
Another hiccup that large groups regularly experience is getting around once they are at their destination. Rather than all of you trying to pile into a Metro or tram, you might find that it is easier to book all your travel in advance. There are lots of chartered bus companies in many different destinations that you will be able to book for your entire trip. You can find these online at many sites, even on LinkedIn. More often than not, there will be the option of booking a driver with your choice of transport. This gives you all the chance to sit back and enjoy being driven around!
Be Very Patient
Everyone in your group will certainly have their differing opinions on what they think you should all see and do. And if there is a whole load of you, it could take a lot of time to finally come to a decision on how you should spend each day. So, remember that you all need to be very patient. Otherwise, an argument is sure to develop! And there is also bound to be someone in the group who you don’t get on with quite as well as the others. It’s important that you are patient and understanding with this person, and that you don't let your differences get in the way. If you argue with them, it could sour the whole vacation for everyone else.
Traveling in a large group can sometimes cause big troubles. But, now that you have all these tips, you shouldn’t find it too tricky to navigate your vacation!