There are so many reasons to love traveling in a group. You have your whole crew there to make a ton of new memories with, they're there to encourage you to stay out late and start your day early, and they fill your activities with many more laughs than you would have if you were on your own. But balancing the personalities and travel preferences in your friend group while you're on the road can sometimes be a little difficult, especially when you're an adventurous traveler and no one else in your friend group is.
You're the one who wants to do everything from cliff jumping to whitewater rafting, but your friends might want to chill by the pool instead (which you totally want to do, too, but in addition to whatever thrill-seeking activity is calling your name on this trip). It might be tricky to figure out at first, but if you and your crew pick a destination or resort that offers activities for everyone, and if you're able to take time to do some things on your own, you can plan yourself a really well-rounded trip that includes both adrenaline-pumping experiences and time to relax.
Here are some tips for you if you're the kind of person who loves thrilling experiences while you're traveling, but you're in a pack that wants to sit those things out.