Far from that stereotype, Insight offers guests premium comfort and style every step of the way. From hotel check-ins to restaurant reservations, everything taken care of. Ulla tells us that this is what it making group touring so relevant now, the fact that we listen to what people want and are constantly innovating to offer a bespoke, personal and premium experience.
“Since I began with TTC some 17 years ago, Insight Vacations has taken a number of really bold innovative steps. Such as moving to smaller groups, with a maximum of 40 people (and an average of 33). We also have the option to select even smaller group tours with just 24 people,” Ulla explains. “This was a very forward-thinking move and the benefits to our guests are enormous.
“Intimacy shines through with smaller groups” she continues. “You get more one-on-one time with your Travel Director, and it makes check-ins and other such practicalities much faster. We can use more boutique hotels and restaurants that don’t cater for larger groups so it’s a lot more a lot more exclusive.”
“Smaller groups also allowed us to customize our coaches, by removing rows of seats, meaning more space and leg room for our guests,” she explains, referring to Insight’s customized coaches. Remodeled with 13 fewer seats, you can enjoy twice the legroom and personal space of a regular coach.
Other notable innovations include MAKE TRAVEL MATTER®, Insight’s sustainable travel experiences which play a huge role in the relevance of guided touring in 2022.
Read more: 5 benefits of travelling on an Insight small group tour