Most of us travel with some level of expectation about how our trip will go especially if it is with an organization that has planned the trip for you or your group. It’s easy to feel disappointed or frustrated when those expectations fall short. At Wonder Voyage, we have a solution to avoid this frustration especially day to day on your journey: tell us what you are thinking. It sounds simple but many people are afraid or intimidated to share their feelings.
Whereas other travel organizations create an immovable itinerary for you to follow, we have the flexibility to change the schedule to best fit your needs. If you would rather rest than go to a museum as scheduled, tell us. If the restaurant we picked isn’t what you expected, tell us. If you are enjoying the location and would like to stay an extra hour, tell us! By communicating your wants, needs, and concerns, we can easily adjust plans so that you get the trip you were hoping for. While we can’t prevent every problem, we can do our best to avoid them before they happen. Don’t be afraid to be honest. We can’t fix a problem we are not aware of so we ask that you let us know. Staying silent will only derail your voyage. It is our ultimate goal to keep every participant safe, healthy, and engaged in the journey. To do that we need your honest; we need your voice; we need you to tell us how you are feeling.
We often say, carrying out an itinerary is a dance in which you lead and we follow. Ultimately, we are here to serve you; to create a unique dance. All you have to do is tell us what you need and we can make changes that will result in an incredible voyage. Have some thoughts? Leave a comment or contact us!
After a decade working in parish youth ministry Shawn started Wonder Voyage Missions. Over the last 15 years, WVM has led thousands of pilgrims to over forty countries. Shawn is a storyteller and an award winning filmmaker. He is an author who brings the gift of engaging narrative to our journeys. Shawn is dedicated to creating voyages that give people abundant opportunities to encounter God.
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