Travelling as a group can be a lot of fun but it can also be tricky if you do not all want to do the same thing. Make sure that you choose a destination that offers opportunities for members of the group to do different things, this way everyone will have a great time.

Here are five group holiday ideas that will inspire you.

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5 Group Holiday Ideas to Inspire You

1. Vibrant Dubai

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Dubai is an exciting city to travel to as a group. There are plenty of fun things for groups to do and there are plenty of great hotels to stay in. You can head out to the desert and ride camels or take a tour in a four-wheel drive vehicle, or sail out on a harbour cruise with a boat big enough for your group. There are more than 60 malls to explore and there are hundreds of stores to visit and pick up the latest fashions.

Visit the Burj Khalifa hotel and see the beautiful water fountain in its gardens that is choreographed to music. There are golf resorts with club houses so part of the group can play a round of golf and anyone who doesn’t want to can lounge by the pool all day. Dubai has restaurants showcasing cuisines and dishes from around the world, so you can take it in turns to decide where to dine.

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2. Cultural Croatia

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Dubrovnik is a stunning fortified city in Croatia. Visit the Old Town to see the stunning Baroque, Gothic and Renaissance churches, palaces, monasteries and fountains. You can take a guided walking tour of the city that will allow you to enter the walls that line the city.

Stradun is the main thoroughfare and you will find lots of cafes and restaurants with great food. Don’t miss seeing the stunning Plitvice Lakes which will make the perfect backdrop for a group holiday photo!

Or how about a sailing tour for the whole group of you to lounge in the sun and fully enjoy each other’s company?

3. Tranquil Cotswolds

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Renting a cottage in a sleepy Cotswolds village is a great retreat for a group who enjoy walking and want to enjoy some peace and tranquility. You can rent holiday homes that accommodate groups, which is a lovely way to spend time with your group, as you can relax together in the communal areas and cook meals together.

There are plenty of great walks to explore or you can go bird watching. There are also many small towns, villages, and historical monuments in the area that you can explore. You can spend your evenings sampling the local cuisine in a cosy pub, and on the way home you’ll be able to enjoy having a clear view of the stars in the night sky.

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4. Exciting Edinburgh



Edinburgh is an exciting place to visit and it is a great place for a group retreat. You can rent a castle for the group or get a discount on accommodations in a hotel.

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Make sure that you take the time to visit Holyrood Palace and Edinburgh Castle. Visit the Princess Street Gardens and then explore the restaurants, cafes, and stores on Princess Street.

5. Relaxing Los Cabos



Los Cabos is located on the Mayan Riviera of Mexico’s east coast and it is a wonderful place for a group holiday. There are plenty of all-inclusive resorts to choose from or you can rent a villa on the beach that has several bedrooms.

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There are lots of things to do that everyone will enjoy and you can go snorkelling, deep sea fishing, or just relax by the pool. Be sure to visit the Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza and visit one of the fabulous cenotes that the area is known for.

Isabel Leong

Isabel Leong

An explorer at heart, the world is Isabel's playground. She enjoys seizing every moment exploring every hideout and doing the unimaginable, like bungee jumping in Phuket and couchsurfing in Europe. If she had wings, she’d definitely be soaring right now. Also a fitness trainer, if she’s not at the gym, you can find her doing yoga or rock climbing! Read more about her on

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