At Social Travel, we receive lots of questions from customers about frequent flyer programs when they book flights with us but do not bother signing up for the programs. Names can be deceiving: in the case of “frequent flyer programs”, we believe they are actually great for infrequent social travellers. Here are the top 10 reasons:
When you think of Cuba, most international travellers would probably connect it directly with Varadero. The 20km peninsula stretch of beach as far as the eye can see has been taken over by hotels and all-inclusive resorts. Bringing millions of international tourists every year, Varadero Resort staff can make up to $15 a day in tips in comparison to the $30 or so that some Cuban doctors can make in a month. It is no wonder that tourism is an essential part of the Cuban economy.
Reviewing data will always serve as a way to evolve and improve how we serve our customers. As a travel company dedicated to providing the most transparent travel experience to our clients, we recently surveyed our customers and found an interesting trend that we would like to share with you:
You might only be travelling for a week or two and you don’t have the time or energy to dedicate to learning a whole new language before you leave. Prepare yourself that you might feel completely out of your comfort zone at times and, especially if you are travelling alone, quite lonely. This blog is to help prepare you for situations you might not have expected before you travel, not while you are there. Here are some helpful tips and tricks that we have picked up from some of our veteran Social Travellers.
Words that have created the life motto for Sudarshan Jagannathan, the founder and CEO of Social Travel, an innovative social enterprise that is challenging how we travel. It is one thing to understand this message, but it is entirely different to intentionally live it on a daily basis.
Want to know how to get the most out of only 5 days in England? Read the actual itinerary of one of our Social Travellers!
Hi all, my name is Sarah and I wanted to tell you about my experience booking with Social Travel and the awesome itinerary they put together for me while I was in England. I hope it inspires you to get out there and see the world in a different way!
I came across an article recently discussing how tangible items that we buy lose value the longer that we have them. We adapt to items that we see everyday even if, at one point, we could think of nothing else but having it as our very own.
At Social Travel, we focus on more than finding you the best deal and delivering unmatched customer service. We are cutting edge in the travel industry and experts who help you make sustainability a component of your travel journey. In addition to the social impact you make just by booking with us, we want to provide you with the answers that will help you crush the obstacles to your travel goals. Regardless of whether you want to make a small difference or a large impact, here is our list of the top 10 best practices to reduce your carbon footprint while you travel.