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Connor Frey
Connor Frey

5 Tips For Planning The Perfect Group Adventure

Thinking of traveling with a bigger group? Take our advice. Macs Adventure offers the freedom and flexibility you need to plan the perfect group adventure. Planning a group departure can be stressful so we thought we’d share our top tips on making the process simple, successful and enjoyable.   

1. Plan Ahead

Planning your trip at least 6 months in advance offers some major benefits. Finding availability in our best accommodation, purchasing flights the moment you’re ready, and the peace of mind to not having to organize last minute are a few of the huge benefits!

2. Designate a lead booker

Having a single point person working with our Adventure Specialists goes a long way toward staying organized. The lead booker can distribute documentation and trip information, pass along updates or clarifications and relay the group’s questions.

3. Be ready at the time of booking

Have traveler names and rooming preferences at the time of booking. This ensures we book in the right rooms for the right travelers from the start.

4. Get to know the booking conditions

Macs Adventure provides simple and straightforward cancellation conditions. We recommend knowing the key deadlines and we highly recommend some type of travel insurance for trip cancellation.

5. Flexibility

While we do our best to accommodate the entire group in one accommodation, there may be times where larger groups will be split amongst a few inns or hotels.

Good to know

It’s possible to split up payments among individuals, our team just needs to know ahead of time if the group will be paying separately.

Photo evidence from our customers that group adventure is awesome;

Ready to book with your family or friends? Get in touch with our team and we’ll make sure its an adventure of a lifetime!

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