Four benefits of group travel

Jenai Laignel / 19 June 2015

Group travel has become more and more popular over the years due to the many benefits it brings.



If you are used to travelling alone or as a duo, have you ever considered travelling as a group? Here are some of the main advantages:

1. It makes arrangements easier


When you travel as part of a group, you can all muck in on travel arrangements, meaning you are not left to organise everything yourself.

If travelling abroad, one of you may be able to speak the country's language; this person could prove invaluable!

When you book a group holiday with Saga, you'll be assigned your own personal Group Travel Executive to handle your booking from start to finish, meaning planning your holiday couldn't be easier.

2. It saves money


One of the main benefits of group travel is the money you will save, since everyone is sharing the costs of food, lodging and transport.

You can receive large discounts and, as a result, take the trip of a lifetime for far less than you would if you were travelling on your own or with a partner.

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3. It brings special opportunities


You may find you are eligible for special opportunities as group travellers often receive priority services. Search the web for the included extras that could be available to you. 

4. It allows you to have more fun


Travelling as a group can be much more fun – you are surrounded by like-minded individuals and can all partake in activities/sightseeing tours together. Likewise, you have the freedom to go off on your own if you prefer.

So what are you waiting for? Book your group holiday today with Saga and choose your destination; whether it's a stay in the UK, Europe and the Mediterranean or further afield.

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