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What are the benefits of group travel vs. solo travel?

When deciding whether to travel with a group or on your own, there are many considerations to take into account. The benefits of group travel vs. solo travel include the addition of membership within a community of like-valued people, assistance with planning and logistics, and access to unique, curated local experiences.

When deciding whether to travel with a group or on your own, there are many considerations to take into account. The benefits of group travel vs. solo travel include the addition of membership within a community of like-valued people, assistance with planning and logistics, and access to unique, curated local experiences.

Membership within a community

Joining a work and travel program like Remote Year gives you automatic membership into a global community of like-valued professionals. You’ll have the ability to create true connections with your community as you travel together from city to city, in contrast to the surface-level conversations you may have with other solo travelers on the road. And - when that homesickness starts to creep in - you’ll have a group of close friends that will help lift you up and keep you moving forward.

Planning & Logistics

Traveling solo means a lot of time spent researching flight deals, and inspiring Airbnbs. As a member of a work and travel program, you don’t have to worry about the details. Your flights between destinations on your itinerary, your access to great coworking spaces, and your accommodations are carefully planned for you before you arrive in your destination.

Unique, curated local experiences.

Traveling solo means a lot of time spent researching flight deals, and inspiring Airbnbs. As a member of a work and travel program, you don’t have to worry about the details. Your flights between destinations on yAs a solo traveler, there’s a good chance that you’ll miss out on some of the more enveloping experiences that your destination has to offer, simply because you’re a traveler, not a local (yet!). When you travel with a group, you’ll be able to get recommendations from on-the-ground staff members who know the city like the back of their hand for things to eat, see, and do.our itinerary, your access to great coworking spaces, and your accommodations are carefully planned for you before you arrive in your destination.

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