Student Group Travel Tip #4: Bigger Isn’t Always Better

While erring on the side of caution is generally a good idea, it can be costly in matters of student group travel. Estimate your group size and their needs appropriately. If you are traveling with 50 students, it’s not necessarily a good idea to reserve attraction tickets or seats at a restaurant or theater for 75.

Preparing for and juggling all the aspects of a trip can be hectic and stressful enough, without the added pressure of remembering to call at least 15 days ahead to cancel those extra 25 seats! Many venues will not refund the cost of those tickets or meals, despite their not being used. Extra expenditures add up and avoiding them could mean an extra day at the parks or getting to travel by plane instead of bus.

At American Tours & Travel, we utilize our nearly 40 years of industry experience to reserve an adequate amount of tickets, hotel rooms and meal vouchers on behalf of your group. We are experts at making conservative allowances in the number of travelers without stretching your budget or tying up money in wasteful waysYour trip should be memorable for all the right reasons, and we can help you get there.

Contact us today and start planning the trip of a lifetime for you and  your students!

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