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By now you should have the hard deadlines and details figured out, brochures mailed and the itineraries created and booked. Your eager and loyal travelers should be signed up by now as well.
Post-tour activities can be the most important part of a faith-based tour. After all the trips are designed for people to gain enlightenment to bring home to their community, but sometimes they need the guidance to help spread the good word.
Today’s retreat consists of additional elements, like fun, fellowship and relaxation, and it can be an easy entry into a faith travel ministry. Then take a few steps to help plan a successful retreat.
The last leg of the trip planning process is here. Make sure you don't leave any loose ends before you travel. Here are a few things to check on before departure.
A well planned timeline is the key to a successful religious trip. Make decisions early enough to allow for the pieces to fall into place. The time period one to two years prior to travel can be a vital one.
If pilgrimage is the reason for your travel, as most trips are, then you will be planning your tour differently then if you were planning a mission trip. Location is very crucial in these trips.
Selecting the correct tour provider is the most important decision you will make when planning your faith-based trip. The right tour operator will make your group’s dream a reality and provide knowledge of the travel industry you might not have.
One way to increase your professionalism is to learn the language of travel and tourism. Over the years the industry has developed a definitive language, understood by those within the industry, but often not clearly understood by outsiders.