How to book an RTW trip

How to Book a Round the World Ticket 

Booking a ticket is not a stressful process, but definitely needs careful planning. Luckily, besides various online tools, a good agent can help to make it more fun and less work. Read on to learn about the essential steps in planning and booking your dream itinerary.

Step 1: Make a Decision 

Naturally, every action is preceded by a certain thought process. This involves evaluating logistics, possible timelines and of course the urge to partake in a once in a lifetime experience. If you’ve been through this and spent some time thinking about itthen its time to settle on your final decision.

Step 2: Map your journey 

Once you’ve decided to go, you obviously already have a few places in mind. Take out a world map and chart out your route. Look at travel distances, places to stay and even keep an eye out for what kind of weather you’ll be in for. Remember, when you are settling on what you would like to see, every little detail matters.

Step 3: Run your Plans by and Expert 

Someone with experience will be able to provide you the much-required insight with respect to your plans. Speak with a seasoned traveller or a travel agent about the plans you have in mind and get their advice. It always helps to have a second opinion and if you yourself have not travelled often, then it may be sensible to get someone on board before finalising the plans.

Step 4: Reserve

Whether you’re booking on your own or through an agent, don’t wait long to reserve once you’ve identified your itinerary and decided upon your plans. Reserving your spot makes sure that you don’t have to re visit your plans over and over in case any of the flights or routes you’ve chosen get completely booked.

How to get the best deal on your RTW tickets

If you happen to be booking on your own, we have a few recommendations that will help you get the best value for your money:

  • ‘Search Everywhere’Tool

This tool enables you to enter the destination where you depart from and where you wish to go. If you have no fixed ideas in mind, enter ‘everywhere’ as your option for where you want to go and you will be able to viewall the cheapest flights taking off from your departure destination.

  • Browse by Month’ Tool

Here, instead of choosing fixed departure dates you can browse availability for the entire month. This tool enables you to look at airfares spread out over the time span of a month, and you can then choose a day of the week or time of the month that fits your budget.

  • ‘Price Alert’ Tool

Setting up a price alert on the routes chosen by you will help to stay tuned to all changes, making sure you can make the most of the deals available at any given point in time.