So, you don’t have to ski or snowboard to have a fabulous winter vacation. Similarly you don’t have to skip the ski lodges and enjoy seasonal group travel in a whole new way.
As a result bus tours are an excellent way to enjoy the snow without risking hypothermia. Here are some ideas to kickstart your group travel destination brainstorming session.
Resorts will often slash prices during the winter in order to fill rooms. Pick a hotel with plenty of amenities to enjoy a luxury indoor vacation without spending time in the cold. This is a great way to extend trips to concerts, conventions, and other large gatherings. Look for these fun extras to keep your group members occupied.
So, showcase the isolation of winter in your getaway plans by choosing destinations that are off the beaten path. Plan a retreat for church members, team building, or intimate family reunions at remote locations that let you enjoy the beauty of ice and snow without having to interact with it. Some good locations to begin your scouting with include:
Cold is relative. Take advantage of climate differences to enjoy a spring-like vacation experience. For that reason, those who live in frosty northern areas may be perfectly comfortable strolling the beaches of Florida in the late winter months. Similarly, temperate California and surrounding desert states like Nevada, New Mexico, and Arizona experience milder winters than other areas of Canada and the United States. So these areas offer unlimited group activity choices like hiking, historical landmarks, and even swimming that your group can enjoy during the winter if they’re used to hardier climates.
So, snow doesn’t have to stop your show! Use these tips to inspire the best no-snow winter vacation your group members have ever experienced.
Don’t let the snow keep you cooped up at home. Use these tips to plan the perfect wintertime group travel trip.