The cost-effectiveness of traveling in a group is probably the most popular (but certainly not the sole) motivation for doing so. You should be able to save money because flights, hotels, sightseeing agencies, museums, and art galleries all offer group discounts. Have you ever returned from a self-planned vacation and totaled how much it cost you? I’ve done it before and was always startled because I expected it to be less than it was. “Enough said.”
If you prefer meeting new people, group travel provides both company and the opportunity to meet like-minded travelers with whom to share your adventures. You will have the opportunity to meet new people who may become your friends in the future. I’ve dined alone at a foreign restaurant with only my thoughts for the company as well as shared a supper table with a group of people and traded stories and jokes.
Traveling in a group is a great way to meet new people.
You do not need to be concerned if everything is in order. Everything has been prepared for you, so it’s not your problem. In my personal trips, there have been times when something unexpected has arisen, causing me to be inconvenienced at the very least.
See and Do Things That You Wouldn’t Ordinarily Be Able To Do.
Believe me when I say that groups have power. I recall being in Florence with a group once. We went to the Uffizi Gallery and were told that because we were a group, we’d be able to see artworks that weren’t open to the public.