In previous posts, we have reviewed tour operators offering group travel deals to Millennials, and particular focus has been on Contiki Tours, TheYachtWeek and Intrepid Travels. Here is the concluding part of this series and we will be comparing the 3 tour operators.
In continuation of our travel partner review series aligned to assist college students in taking the right travel decision, we will be exploring another giant in the tourism world today! For Millennials and young travelers who would love to explore new destinations on a fun tour, Intrepid comes to mind.
In continuation of posts on travel partner, we will be exploring the world on yachts this week! For Millennials who would love to explore new destinations on a group tour, TheYachtWeek comes to mind. It is typically a seven-day sailing holiday concept for 20-30 year olds by European Travel Ventures. Now here is the idea. The event is structured for holiday makers to choose from different routes that are unique in terms of partying and exploration. So, you simply join an armada of yachts which could be up to 50 on any route, afterwards, you proceed to selecting yacht-mates baring gender balance in mind and make other arrangements, such as booking a skipper and probably hiring a cook for the week if you don’t mind spending extra. Activities involve mainly partying and exploring locations.
Over the years, making use of tour operators to facilitate seamless travel goals has gained popularity especially among young travelers. This is because group traveling has become preferable to solo traveling and tour operators tend to take the stress of preparing for such trips off their clients by negotiating the best rates possible regarding accommodation, flights, and other logistics. With such arrangements, holiday makers would simply select their preferred locations, make payments and take off on the chosen date. Isn’t that cool?
This naturally adorned European country was dubbed as the fourth global touristic destination by the New York Times in 2014. The country is rich in sandy beaches, lagoons, sea caves and mountains. Begin a memorable tour of Albania from the heart of the country where the colourful Tirana City is situated. Here, you can visit the scenic Mt. Dajti National Park, the National History Museum and The Pyramid, a notable building you wouldn’t want to miss visiting.
College students are always looking forward to an opportunity to “break free” and have some real fun. The reason for this is not far-fetched; no one wants to spend a whole year all-nighting without getting out seeing the real world. Visiting new places is part of education and also a way of letting-off some stress, so it is not out of place for college students to seek holiday travel opportunities. While there are many travel destinations spread across the world, getting a student-budget-friendly location could be challenging. So, to support your planning, we have listed below places you can visit on a college student’s budget
Without a doubt, backpacking has remained one of the most adventurous and budget-friendly ways to vacation even as a penniless college student including the now famous European traveler, Rick Steves in 1973. But before you grab your gear or call your close buddies to set out to an unknown destination, we have highlighted below the things to consider before you go. Finding cheap places to travel for college students can be challenging, but with these top ten best places to backpack, you’re guaranteed to see the world without breaking the bank