Tour operators sell their travel packages globally. It is therefore quite typical to expect between 6-15 different nationalities on any one trip, i.e., Australians, Americans, Canadians, Germans, English, Swiss, New Zealanders, Japanese, Dutch, South Africans, Italians, Danes, Brazilians, Mexicans, Austrians, Singaporeans, Swedes, Koreans, etc
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- Is there seat rotation on tour?
- Are there long travel days when on tour?
- Is tipping common in other parts of the world?
- What is local payment?
- How much free time will I actually have on a tour?
- How do I charge my electronic devices on tour?
- What other nationalities will be on tours?
- How can my family contact me while I am on tour?
- Do I need to speak the native languages of the countries I am visiting?