I like both styles. To me they are like day and night – you need both, because each sustains you differently. The advantage of being in a group is that you’re meeting eight or ten new people who have the potential of becoming your friends.When you travel to a place you’ve never been before, you are taken out of your comfort zone. You get to do different things that don’t follow your everyday routine. So, with group travel you get the opportunity to connect with people on a deeper level.
You meet people from all walks of life that you normally don’t have the chance to do. It’s also great that the whole trip is planned and organized. You just show up with your suitcase and leave the experience in the hands of the experts.You always have knowledgeable guides who can lead you into the best parts of the country, and you share their fees with the rest of the group. So, you see, there is a host of advantages to group travel.