Travel planning isn’t always an easy task for groups. There’s a lot to consider such transportation, hotels, site entries, meals, and more, and it all has to fall in line for the trip to work for everyone’s enjoyment. If you’re not up for that task, we would like to take that on that task for your group and save you time and frustration trying to do the planning on your own. A Traveler’s Rest representative will assist you through the whole process from planning to returning safely home with your group.
School class trips – Band trips – Scouting groups – Theater groups – Church groups – Bank groups – Reunion groups – Military groups – Park district groups – Scholar groups – Senior groups
Perhaps our biggest advantage over other student travel companies is that we have been escorting tour groups to Midwest cities like St. Louis for years. We work with the St. Louis Convention & Visitor’s Bureau, historical sites and attractions, and we know all the nuances and policies of securing proper site reservations and getting in and out of the sites. Group travel is our wheelhouse.
Step 1: Contact us with specific details about your group.
Step 2: Select the sites you want to visit.
Step 3: Select your meal/hotel options.
Step 4: Review your itinerary with your rep.
Step 5: Price out your trip/Sign contract
Step 6: Sell your trip to your group members.
Step 7: Pay for all trip members
Step 8: Final review of travel plans
Step 9: Show up on time for departure
Step 10: Enjoy your St. Louis Experience!
Some programs are free others have a cost and there’s a range of various programs to choose from. Tell us what interests you and we’ll tell you what’s available.
Good food is an important part of travel, we make every effort to ensure everyone gets fed and enjoys their meals.
We make every effort to make sure that food allergies and special diets are respected, however, per your contract we cannot be responsible for an individual’s diet or food allergy. Restaurants we use do try to accommodate for food allergies and dietary restrictions, but it is not always possible. We highly suggest that if someone has a severe food allergy and has diet restrictions that they bring their own food for best assurance of their health and safety.
It is suggested that we get your site reservations secured first. It easier to decide the best meals options based on the sites reservations and time slots you get. Several St. Louis sites have group meal options and on-site restaurants.
There are a number of factors that can influence travel plans so each of our itineraries are customized to fit the needs of your group. Some sites can be quick visits, but a number of sites are multi-hour visits.
We are unable to guarantee that you will get site reservations in the order you select due to reservations already in the system taking up time slots. We will do our best for you, but best advice here is to be flexible and get your requests to us as soon as possible. Single or multiple day itineraries possible.
St. Louis has a wide range of activities for a wide range of interests that displaying sample itineraries wouldn’t do justice to the numerous possibilities. It really depends on the make-up up your group and the time you have to visit. Contact your TRT rep to brainstorm the possibilities for your group and to receive sample itineraries.
We’ve escorted individuals, families, politicians, generals, admirals, rock stars, all kinds of groups, and nearly 60,000 school kids since 2005!