Small Group Travel

Australian travellers are constantly looking for something different when they travel and while many are happy to embark on a guided holiday, they’re not necessarily keen on simply following the crowd.

Small group touring has increased in popularity over the last couple of years. This is thanks to more custom-built, luxurious vehicles being utilised by touring companies and of course, the increase in solo travellers. Joining a large group when you’re travelling alone can be quite daunting, but when there’s only 15 or 20 fellow travellers, they soon become your friends.

What entices travellers most about small group tours is the offer of a travel experience which is perhaps more tailored to your expectations of a destination. With fewer people to please, the itineraries can be more focused to what people want to see.

 

If you're interested in small group travel, read our articles below to see what's on offer.

 

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