“Mixed tour” is often used in the travel industry. But, surprisingly, what is a “mixed tour” outside the travel industry? It seems that there are many people, so this time I would like to briefly explain the mixed tour and private tour and the advantages of each.
Advantages and Disadvantages of mixed tours
A mixed tour is a group tour.
Even if you sign up for 2 people, you will go on a joint tour with other groups.
One of the advantages of a mixed tour is that it is cheaper than a private one! Since it will be combined, the cost can be reduced.
Another is that you can find traveling friends.
Even if you want to go on the tour alone, if it is a mixed tour, you will be able to get along with the surrounding groups, so you will not be lonely!
We are a small group, but it is recommended for people who want to enjoy traveling with a large number of people. On the other hand, the disadvantage is that it is not private, so it may be inflexible. If the members who go around with you are loose in time, you may have to wait together.
As the name suggests, it’s private!Others do not go around together (only guide) For those who want to create their own space, a private tour is recommended after all.
The price is a bit higher than the mixed tour, but it is especially recommended for people who do not want to be disturbed by others!
The KSB tour currently offers a private island hopping tour package for 3,750 pesos (1 person). The mixed-load tour “Island Hopping and Banana Boat!” costs 4,000 pesos (1 person). The difference is only 250 pesos, which is a good part of the mixed-load tour.
When choosing a tour, please consider which one is best for you, “mixed tour or private tour”.