Tour sharing – What is it?
Our tour sharing program is one where you can order a private tour and opt to have the possibility of sharing your tour with another to help reduce your tour fee to increase your travel savings.
How does it work?
We’ll list your tour date as available and if another who wants to join you books your tour, then you’ll get reimbursed your discount after the tour has been completed. Reductions will be calculated on the total number of people who participated and a fair rate applied to all based on the original tour fee + a small processing fee if someone shares your tour.
How many people will end up on the tour?
Because we prefer to handle private tours and excursions, we limit our services to parties of no more than 6-8 people depending on the venue. For example, if you are 2 people who would like to share your tour, then no more than 4-6 others can join your scheduled tour if you opt-in to do tour sharing. It’s a great opportunity for solo travelers or couples who want a private experience or don’t like big impersonal group tours.
What dates are available?
Check below for scheduled tours which are available in each region. As we book tours with clients who are willing to share their tour, we’ll list them below so that you can inquire about them and take advantage of the opportunity.
Campania: Amalfi Coast-Capri-Napoli-Pompeii
The Lemon Tour Dates are often scheduled at the last moment for small group sharing. Follow us on Facebook/Twitter to see when the next date is announced.
Wood-Fired Pizza Night is currently waiting approval on EatWith.com, a website where you can find dining experiences in people’s homes around the world to share food and culture with others. This site will allow us to offer our pizza night with other single and smaller groups of travelers than we require for a private booking. Check back soon as we will update the link to our event as soon as it is approved and then you can check the calendar for available dates as we add them.
Rome & nearby areas
No scheduled tours are being shared at the moment, please check back later or watch our Twitter feed for the latest updates.