Group Travel

There is nothing like a group getaway. Families come together for a long-overdue gathering, friends meet up for a week on the slopes, and wedding parties soak up the sun before the big day. Whether you’re planning the perfect reunion or putting together an unforgettable bachelorette party, group vacations are a fantastic way to kick back with your pals, your parents, and everyone in between.

Find and Book the Best Group Vacation Packages

When it comes to group travel, Expedia has the inside scoop on the most popular packages and destinations. Head to the city. Venture out to the country. Escape to a palm-fringed island hideaway. If you can dream it, Expedia can make it happen.

Wedding Group Deals

Want to take your wedding party on a pre-ceremony getaway? We’ve got you covered. Expedia has group travel deals to some of the most romantic — and relaxing — destinations in the world. Explore the shores of Bora Bora. Bask in the beauty of the Cayman Islands. Jet off on a trip to European wonders like Paris and Rome. It’s the perfect way to celebrate your soon-to-be wedded bliss.

Family Trips

Reunions, graduations, summer vacations: Family travel covers a lot of ground. Need a few ideas for your next gathering? Check out our discount rates on family-friendly destinations like Niagara Falls, Walt Disney World, and Vancouver. Whether you’re putting together a warm-weather escape for 10 or a city-based reunion for 20, we have the cheap deals and discounts you need to make trip-planning a breeze.

Parties Large and Small

Nothing says celebration like a fantastic vacation. From bachelorette parties to spring-break journeys, Expedia can help you throw an out-of-town bash that you’ll never forget. The process is simple; just use our online planner to search for destinations, track down group packages, and score a few deals. Our dedicated travel specialists will even let you specify your hotel requirements, so you can get exactly what you need at a price you can afford. Who said group vacations had to be a hassle?