They both have their advantages. You will have the opportunity to set your own pace when you decide to do it all by yourself – start when you want and stop when you like. However, depending on your activity choice - you may also need to keep in check your level of expertise. For example, if you are planning on a cycling trip, going with a group will give you access to assistance with repairs etc. , if the situation arises. Similarly when taking a trek that includes climbing high altitudes, being with a group is an assurance of help being at hand, if you get hit by altitude sickness. Having a guide also helps you to unravel the stories behind places you are passing through and enjoy the destination with secret insights that only experts on the region can offer. On the flip side, you have to stick to some schedule and the price is a factor too. Sometimes, travelling on your own is cheaper and at other times, it can be the opposite. If you are unsure, our team can help you to make the right choice.