Booking a ski holiday for a group of friends or family is exciting, but it can also feel like herding cats, so our group skiing specialists have produced this helpful guide to assist you in taking the pain out of the process and ensure that the process of choosing and booking your group ski trip is (almost) as much fun as the holiday itself!
Below we’ve tried to cover the main elements of organising a group ski trip but, most importantly, this is only a guide and our ski group experts can help you at any stage of the process. When you want help getting the quotes together and checking which ski accommodation has the best group discounts, don’t hesitate to call us.
Being organised from the beginning helps take the stress out of the process and makes it all happen a lot faster.
Some final suggestions, that could make all the difference, when you are on your group ski holiday.
Before we can book your group ski holiday we will need the following information for each passenger:
1. Full name as it is in their passport
2. Date of birth
3. Any dietary requirements
4. Preferred room
5. Any extras they would like to book.
We would also like a secondary contact in case we cannot get hold of the team leader
It may be a while before you actually go on holiday and so there is plenty of time for unexpected things to happen. Changes are sure to be needed and you will probably need a checklist of things to remember to do closer to the time of departure.
Importantly, all changes need to be made through the lead passenger as they are ultimately responsible for the booking and the payment. Of course other passengers can email us, but the lead passenger must be copied on all communication, this prevents mix ups and unexpected costs being attributed to the booking.
Group Ski holiday checklist: