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Joining a group tour is a thrilling way to explore new destinations, meet like-minded travellers, and create unforgettable memories. However, proper preparation is essential to making the most of your adventure. In this guide, we'll walk you through the key steps to ensure you're fully prepared for your group tour.

Travel Insurance

Accidents can happen, so purchasing travel insurance is wise to stay protected. Ensure your policy covers accidents during adventure sports and high-risk activities. We recommend arranging your insurance through SafetyWing for comprehensive coverage.

Packing List Recommended Items

We've made a short list of items that you may have overlooked and that we always make sure we pack before travelling. 

  • Necessary plug adaptor. See our guide here
  • Lightweight rainproof jacket (if you’re travelling during monsoon season).
  • Luggage that can be secured.
  • Powerbank under 20,000 mAh.
  • Small bag for day trips.
  • Sunscreen.


Contact your local GP or hospital to make an appointment as soon as possible. Ideally, it should be at least four weeks before you leave. Your local GP or hospital will have your history and advise you on what vaccines to take. 

Click on the link below for specific information by country.


  • Preparing for a Long Haul Flight:

    A little planning goes a long way in transforming your flight into a more pleasant experience. Check out our long-haul flight plan guide here

  • Arrival Plan:

    You can find the meeting point in your 'tour confirmation' document. If you don't have an airport transfer arranged, make sure to plan your route to the hotel in advance. If you need any assistance, feel free to contact us.

  • Travel Simcard:

    Staying connected during your trip is crucial for navigating, staying in touch with fellow travellers, and sharing your experiences. One of the most convenient ways to ensure mobile connectivity is to purchase a SIM card at the airport upon arrival. You will typically find tourist packages available for weekly or monthly use.


  • Exchange some money into local currency for immediate expenses. 
  • Notify your bank of your travel plans to prevent any potential issues with your account while you're away.
  • Consider bringing at least two different cards in case one gets lost or stolen. Ensure they are widely accepted in your destination country.
  • Create a daily budget plan to help manage your expenses.