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Canadian Discount Network's Ultimate Guide to Planning Summer Vacation for Groups

Canadian Discount Network recognizes the fun that comes along with traveling in groups and provides travel tips to make the experience simple and easy to plan.

LOS ANGELES, Aug. 13, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Many travelers choose to spend their vacations with only their partners or their families. However, Canadian Discount Network knows that many people, especially young people, like to go on getaways with their friends. This is especially true during the summer months when college students are home and the travel season is in full swing. Now that the season is drawing to an end, there are many people who are trying to plan last minute getaways to make this summer one that is truly memorable. To help all these travelers plan their first big group trips, Canadian Discount Network provides these three helpful steps.

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  1. Choose travel buddies: The first part of planning a trip for any group is picking the right people to make up that group. It is important that travelers choose their travel companions wisely. When creating their groups, travelers should choose people who they get along with well since they will be spending most of the trip together. Also, it is a bonus if the people in the group have similar interests. If all travelers do have the same interests, it will make it easier to find group activities that everyone can enjoy together. Finally, make sure that everyone that is invited has a similar schedule. Even in times like the summer when there is more schedule freedom, people may have other commitments that could halt the entire trip.
  2. Plan ahead: Make sure that once the group is finalized, a place and time to meet is arranged. It is vital that a group that is traveling together has a time to sit and plan out the details of the trip. Doing this will handle any questions and confusion upfront and make the actual traveling process very smooth. Make sure that everyone has input, that all questions are asked and that by the end of the meeting, there is a budget, itinerary, and to do list that has been created.
  3. Communicate: Canadian Discount Network believes that this is the most important aspect of any group trip. Keeping the lines of communication open between all the travelers will make certain that there is not conflict down the road. Everyone has a say, and everyone must listen so that questions and concerns are dealt with effectively, and no one is left out of any aspect of the trip. Groups that have open communication during their travels are certain to have much more enjoyable time.

Groups who follow this guide while they are planning their outstanding summer trips are sure to have an easier planning process and spend more of their time enjoying exciting activities and fun summer offerings. For more information on planning fantastic vacations with Canadian Discount Network this summer, visit http://www.cdn.travel.

Media Contact: Canadian Discount Network, Canadian Discount Network, 800 991 6051, [email protected]

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