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You Won't Regret It! 8 Perks Of Travelling With A Group

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Holidays present a perfect opportunity to break off and embark on new journeys together, and it's better to spend this time off with family or friends. HolidayIQ travellers list reasons why group traveling is more fun than solo travel.

You Won't Regret It! 8 Perks Of Travelling With A Group:

  1. Kasauli (Himachal Pradesh)
  2. Shimla (Himachal Pradesh)
  3. Calangute (Goa)
  4. Binsar (Uttarakhand)
  5. Vrindavan (Uttar Pradesh)
  6. Zuluk (Sikkim)
  7. Gangtok (Sikkim)
  8. Corbett (Uttarakhand)

1. It's Cost-Effective

It's Cost-Effectivesource: flickr - Ankit Jain

Traveling with a group eliminates the cost of single bed occupancy which is higher compared to group traveling. Most airlines and local transport system offer discounts on group travel.

HolidayIQ Traveller Shubham Agarwal from New Delhi shares, “Kasauli is a beautiful place in Himachal Pradesh surrounded by the mountains. The beauty of this place cannot be defined. If you love mountains and nature, then a visit is very much worthy. The place has historical background. There are graves of Britishers on the mountain, who died in 1880's. And greenery surrounded. The food and activities are pretty nice, from parathas and tea to trekking, rope walk, etc”

2. Scores Over Solo Travelling Due To Safety And Dependability

Scores Over Solo Travelling Due To Safety And Dependabilitysource: wikimedia.org

It’s always safer to travel with a bunch of people, most of the time it imparts a sense of safety which could help you explore fearlessly.

HolidayIQ Traveller Akhil from Chandigarh shares, “The place and the people of Himachal are very good, safe and secure. The security of the place is good. You can move around at night without any problem at all.”

3. No Tedious And Time Consuming Planning

No Tedious And Time Consuming Planningsource: flickr - abcdz2000

Planning the whole trip right from the transport to the pit stops and hotel booking could be time consuming process. In group traveling there are people who will take care of the travel aspects while others will focus on the accommodation thus cutting down the stress of planning the whole itinerary.

HolidayIQ Traveller Oliver John from Chennai shares, “Goa proved to be place which releases everyone of the hustle and bustle of the busy work life. This could be attributed to the our visit during the off season time. Goa is place that has the recreation for all regardless of their age and size. One true place which knows to welcome people in style. As long as you keep yourself everyone and everything around you is wonderful. This city never sleeps and you are able to get whatever you want at whatever time you want, this is just amazing.”

4. Meet New Travel Buddies

Meet New Travel Buddiessource: mouthshut.com

Traveling in groups presents the perfect opportunity to meet new people and make new friends. There is no better way than meeting new people on an actual vacation and share the enthusiasm of traveling and exploring.  

HolidayIQ Traveller Kunjal Karaniya from Jamnagar shares, “Binsar, an unexplored wilderness situated in the Kumaon ranges of Uttarakhand is perfect for nature and wildlife lover. It is home to numerous birds and wildlife. The entire Binsar sanctuary is a preserved forest with a majestic view of Eastern Himalayan ranges. We stayed for 3 nights explored the place by treks and bird watching. It is simply beautiful and living in the nature!”

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5. Presents Opportunities To Socialise

Presents Opportunities To Socialisesource: wikipedia.org

Traveling in group presents numerous opportunities to meet and interact with new people, if the group consists of friends and family then it presents a chance to spend some quality time away from home.

HolidayIQ Traveller Koushik Das from Bangalore shares, “Mathura is one of the most important pilgrimage place in the country. We visited Vrindavan extensively - its famous ancient temples. Among the temples Radha Damodar, Radha Shyam Sundar and Madan Mohan temples are must visit. Kaliya Daha Ghat is a prominent place in Vrindavan. Radha Kund and Shyam Kund are the two holiest tanks in Vrindavan. Also must visits are Nand Gain and Kans Karagar.”

6. Helps You Move Out Of Your Comfort Zone

Helps You Move Out Of Your Comfort Zonesource: wikimedia.org

Traveling solo is often a challenging endeavour for most people, it’s scary but traveling with group eliminates that risk. There are people who will help and even encourage you when you’re scared to do something.

HolidayIQ Traveller Abhigyan Chakrabort from Kolkata shares, “Full of snow and sights, this chilly place has the ability to woo wanderers from distant places. Exotic view of mountains, snow capped roads with yaks treading along them and zigzag roads - all of them together sum up this place. Make sure enough woolen cloths are carried as the temperatures can dip pretty low. For food, one has to depend on the locals as this place is not near any city, but the food served is standard.”

7. Allows You To Have Unrestricted Fun

Allows You To Have Unrestricted Funsource: wikimedia.org

Because of the safety net of the group, you have a free pass to indulge into activities that you would otherwise ditch like camping in the forest or going out drinking.

HolidayIQ Traveller Jyotirmoy shares, “There are times when you want to get off from your mundane life and experience a carefree holiday which is nothing less than a refresh button. You want the place to be adventure filled, having great scenic beauty and just doesn't trouble your pockets much. My friend you are looking for Gangtok. There are a plethora of options for visit in Gangtok. Starting from the beautiful Hanuman Tok to the freezing beauty i.e The Tsomgo lake to the mysterious and beautiful Baba Harbhajan Singh Memorial temple, Gangtok has got everything you wished to find for a holiday visit.”

8. You Always Have A Support System

You Always Have A Support Systemsource: wikimedia.org

Traveling does put you on the edge, it pushes your boundaries and makes you do things that you rarely imagine doing. It’s the great redeemer that will test you at all steps, having support of your fellow travellers eases this process.

HolidayIQ Traveller Shankar Msd from Hyderabad shares, “It is a good and nature free place where you can be always with nature and solution free. All you need is to take rest in nature, e free remote. Love the place a lot. Thank god this place also exist and coming to the place like forest of India are the most beautiful place in the world. Ever exist love it people must visit the place and enjoy the life span.”

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