Traveling: Go in a Group or Fly Solo?
Switching to a vegan lifestyle is an exciting and new journey. The more you learn about it, the better you can embrace every aspect.
Rather than just read about veganism, why not immerse yourself in all the beautiful benefits when you’re on vacation by joining vegan travel groups and tours to Poland, Tuscany, London, and other parts of the world? Exploring all the places that a plant-based lifestyle is rooted and embraced is an uplifting way to craft your vegan experience.
With Veg Jaunts and Journeys centered on all-vegan dining and having fun with a minimal environmental impact, you will have one cruelty-free and exciting adventure.
Now, would you like to travel solo or with a group?
Solo or group travel: which is better?
It all comes down to personal preference.
You might prefer not to have to think about other people when you travel. It can be a bit annoying if you have to take their needs into consideration for every decision you make.
Then again, traveling with friends and family is sure to keep the boredom away. With everyone’s ideas about different places to go and things to see, you are sure to expand the circle of experiences you could have.
When you travel solo …
- You have the freedom to do and enjoy as you please.
- You spend your time any way you want.
- You can set a budget and stick to it.
- You can indulge in unique experiences that a travel companion might not enjoy.
A downside of solo travel, however, is that you’ll have no one to split the bill with or experience beautiful and interesting places with.
When you travel with a group…
- You enjoy safety in numbers.
- You have someone to share expenses with, such as food, accommodation, and tour packages.
- You get to do many different activities that are pre-planned so you won’t stress about what to do next, what with most packaged tours designed for groups.
Moreover, if you plan to go on vegan travel cruises and tours, they’re best done with a group, as you’ll already be in a group setting.
Activities to expect on vegan trips
If going on a vegan tour is exactly what you’re looking for, you’re in for a fabulous time. There are so many things you get to see and enjoy.
And because the trip is all about exploring and celebrating a vegan lifestyle, and educating and supporting pre-vegans about its possibilities, the entire experience would be beyond memorable.
Small group vegan tours, for example, will take you to various interesting activities.
- Food tours
- Cooking classes
- Visiting animal sanctuaries
- Treasure hunts in a vegan shop
Of course, your tour will be incomplete without a visit to some of the most iconic tourist attractions in a specific destination, so expect such activity to be part of your itinerary.
In London, for example, you’ll visit the Tower of London, take a dip in the Roman baths in Bath, and watch the Changing of the Guards at Buckingham Palace.
But the most exciting is probably a gastronomic journey to many of the endless restaurants in the area that are purely vegan.
Fun group activities to do while travelling
Are you looking to do activities that involve more moving and grooving with your crew during your vacation? Gear up and spend time exploring a destination by staying active.
As long as everyone is ready to have fun and try just about everything, group travel will be enjoyable.
Some of the activities to enjoy are…
- Go hiking and explore famous trails or those that are less-traveled but worth exploring.
- Plan a group bike ride around the local area, especially in places with scenic cycling routes.
- Go mountain biking and add a bit more challenge to the ride. Make sure you pick up some of the best cycling shoes if you undertake this challenge.
- Get wet and go kayaking, white water rafting, and other watersports for a group.
You can also plan a spa day or stay in and play card games.
Suffice it to say that, with many heads thinking of ideas for group activities, there’s no limit to what you and your crew can do.
With that in mind, sign up for vegan travel cruises and tours with friends or family. Then, fill your itinerary with any fun activity you can think of and dare to do.