Put your best foot forward and consider these top worldly walking tours
Nov 19, 2014
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Choosing the type of vacation you want can be fun, but it can also be time-consuming. Do you want to take a typical beach vacation or do you want to try something new?
One path that is less commonly travelled is walking tours. Walking tours are a unique vacation experience. They allow you to slow things down and experience places in a new way, up-close and personal.
There are many great reasons to consider going on a walking tour, including:
There are two main types of walking tours to consider: guided and self-guided. Both have their strengths and weaknesses, and choosing one is a matter of personal preference.
The main benefit of guided tours is that you have a guide to educate you about the places you are visiting. You will also have the opportunity to meet new people in your tour group and discuss various elements of the tour. Plus, you won’t get lost!
The benefit of self-guided tours is they allow you to sightsee at your own pace. If there is something you find interesting along the way, you can spend extra time there. If there is something you are not interested in, you can skip it completely. How you execute the tour is completely up to you.
Whether you are planning a walking tour somewhere in Canada or anywhere else in the world, put your right foot forward with Blue Cross travel insurance. We offer travel insurance solutions for all travellers and have the best coverage for a worry-free trip.