meet like-minded travelers
Mon Voyage Small Group Trips are designed with the culturally curious traveler in mind, and the conversation among participants is always intelligent and lively. We take our time to explore our destinations in some depth, staying in centrally-located boutique hotels. Recent trips have included Cuba, Portugal, New Orleans, Italy, Germany, England, Russia, China, Switzerland, Mexico and more! Annual client surveys help determine potential Small Group Trip destinations. Be sure to join our mailing list to stay informed; these exclusive trips are not usually advertised to the general public.
Participatory but flexible
While we will have planned acitivities for at least part of most days, there is always some free time built in for clients to pursue individual interests if they wish. We usally share one hosted group dinner on our first evening in each city on the tour; and, of course, if we are on a full-day tour we may be having lunch together. Otherwise, you are free to mix and mingle or dine on your own as you like. Our clients are unquestionably excellent company, but there is no "enforced togetherness." Our typical maximum size is twelve travelers, so we are always just the right size.
What's on the horizon?
how can a small group trip benefit my nonprofit?
1. Painless fundraising opportunity: each participant makes a minimum suggested donation to your nonprofit organization. 2. A shared experience with a higher purpose develops relationships with and among donors and existing or prospective board members. 3. A successful trip reinforces attachment to your brand and may increase future donations.
special donor experiences Create lifetime memories
Mon Voyage has created and led numerous Small Group Trips for arts organizations, but we can explore any area of interest to your patrons. Unforgettable treats enjoyed on past trips include an exclusive tour of the Fazioli piano workshop in Italy; social hours, meals, and backstage visits with promininent musicians; private winery tastings and luncheons; special insider tours of theaters and opera houses; museum tours led by artists; and more.