Getting away from it all for a couple of weeks with your best friends may sound like your idea of heaven but if you want to make sure that it lives up to your expectations, take note of the 10 tips in this article. Group vacations can be hugely enjoyable but they can go badly wrong; I have compiled the following list to make sure that your break is one to remember for all the right reasons.
- Make sure every member of your party is easy going –Some of us have friends whose frustrated outbursts when things go wrong at home can be utterly hilarious but believe me, they will become very tiresome if you are stuck with their company for a fortnight.
- Choose spacious accommodation –Even with a carefully vetted group of easy going friends, you will need to find accommodation that gives you plenty of scope to be alone. It should not be too difficult to find something suitable for you and your friends, with enough room to prevent you from getting on each other’s nerves.
- Agree to differ –it is virtually impossible to find a group of friends that all want to do exactly the same thing, every single day of a summer holiday, so don’t even try. Split up and do your own thing whenever the mood takes you.
- Hire your own transportation –whether you hire a couple of compact cars or a minibus, group holidays are much more fun when you