Group travel and planning group trips is a challenging yet rewarding task for group leaders. We are the people who love to pull people together to have experiences that wouldn’t happen on their own. I’ve heard many horror stories and many triumphant stories of trips gone wrong and trips gone epic. So here’s a few tips I’ve picked up along the way.
Even if you excel at spreadsheets (sorry, we couldn’t help ourselves) the reality is that they’re holding you back. If you’re planning and managing travel
“I was successful in my 20’s despite my childhood. However, I am successful in my 30’s because of my childhood.” Antesa, founder of Adventure Awake used YouLi to systematize the experiences that are essential pieces of an Adventure Awake expedition – all in one tool.
The next time you’re planning a trip, instead of setting up a facebook group, create a YouLi Travel Page and keep track of everything in one place, where you control your data and your travelers don’t need an account to stay informed.
Group travel can be a gorgeous opportunity for intrepid adventurers to connect. Whether its women finding those safety in numbers as they trek the Atlas
How to best manage payments when dealing with a group of travelers? From deposits and payment plans to custom invoicing, here are four things you need to think about.
Lemosho is the longest and most remote route to the summit of Kilimanjaro. After beautiful forests and moorlands it crosses the Shira Plateau to meet up with the Machame Route. The extra 2 days over the standard climb gives our group a much better chance of making it to the summit AND means we get a more enjoyable route.
I’m a planner, so I can totally appreciate the need to feel in control of what is coming, especially when a special destination event is coming up.
Why YouLi? I have no shortage of people who want to join when I plan a trip, because they know I’ll do all the planning. They count on me, and I needed a tool I could count on.