Sapa Plan a Trip with Friends-Choosing a Destination
1 Travel abroad with a smaller group of adventurous friends. If you want to get lost in foreign cities and experience a new culture, try booking a trip to a foreign country. Since you’re traveling farther, it’s best to go with a group that’s small and easy to keep together, no more than three or four people.
- Choose friends who aren’t afraid to try new things and who won’t be too grumpy in the face of jet lag or long days of walking.
2 Choose a road trip for a small group that gets along well. You’ll save on airfare and make great memories as you explore back roads and small town attractions. You’ll be sharing a car together for at least a few days, so make sure that this group really meshes well together. You want friends who won’t mind stopping for bathroom breaks or pulling off to see a roadside attraction.
- Ask your friends to take turns driving, so one person isn’t behind the wheel the whole time.
3 Head for a big city with a group that loves excitement and sightseeing. An adventurous but not necessarily outdoorsy group might be well-suited for a trip to a city, where you can eat well, explore museums and attractions and check out the nightlife. This could be ideal for groups both small and large.