What’s your holiday type?
This may sound a silly question, but to get your holiday type wrong your precious holiday time could be a disaster. We look at some of the holiday options available and who they may suit.
Firstly you need to ask yourself some questions
Who is travelling with you, partner, children, babies or an elderly person?
Do you want to party or find peace and quiet?
How far are you prepared to travel to your destination?
What do you and your party what to get out of the holiday?
What is your budget?
How much time of your time can you give to the organisation of your trip?
Once you have the answers to these questions it will help you with the next options.
Whats Your Holiday Type?
Tours have many advantages and can be a really fun way to travel. Both social and cultural benefits can be had. For single travellers a group tour can offer great opportunities and safety in numbers. A well organised tour will give you the opportunity to explore a country with a knowledgeable expert. There are bespoke tours that cater just for your group and offer total flexibility to suit your parties needs. Tour and explore, there will be a tour that fits your needs.
All Inclusive Holidays
All Inclusive holidays are becoming very popular. The benefits of this kind of holiday include knowing your costs from the start which makes budgeting easier. All Inclusive holidays can also be great for kids and teenagers as lots of activities are normally available. You will need to be happy with staying in larger hotels and these are likely to be busy and you are unlikely to find a quite spot in high season.
Self-catering holidays are great for families and groups, normally a good budget option and a home from home offering more space than a hotel room and the freedom to come and go as you please. Just because you have chosen this option does not need to mean somebody is stuck in the kitchen, use the space and then dine out or get a take away so everybody gets to relax.
While it might take a bit more organising, it allows you more flexibility and you get to see the areas that are of interest to you. The freedom to make your own decisions on how to spend your time is the most common reason people choose to travel independently. Independent travel can also be very cost effective, the downside of independent travel is that you do not have the backup if things unexpectedly go wrong!
Not everybody will want to spend there holiday around a swimming pool. Active holidays can take you away from your normal lifestyle. They can physically create the time and space to try something new. You can join a group or take the whole family on and adventure. Active holidays can be rewarding and be a great bonding experience.
Make sure the holiday type you choose fits your expectations and that of your co travellers, above all enjoy whatever you decide.