Tip 1: Shout your specialty.
For your destination, there may be hundreds of thousands sightseeing tours available. Why should a traveler choose your tour rather than anyone else’s? Because the sightseeing tour with you is unique. Make an effort to differentiate your tour and service. For example, are you currently expert on local customs and tradition, in order that the sightseeing could be more fun with local interaction? You can also design themed tours like tapas tour for food lovers, creative markets visit with style, witch tour in the night time, movie tour at famous shots…Shout your expertise when making a tour.
Tip 2: Photos are inspiring.
Visual images and videos are inspiring and welcomed by most travelers. Photos create direct impression of what to expect on a tour. Because of the fast technology development, video presentations are now quite achievable. High-quality and interesting photos sometimes “lure” people to visit a place. However, mind that you are encouraging visitors to come and visit with their own eyes. Usually do not over present, making feel a virtual tour will do.
Tip 3: Detailed and clear introduction.
Clients cannot book your sightseeing tour if basic information is missing. Good presentation attends to details. Give Marbella and consistent introduction on tour length, what to see, sightseeing itinerary, tour inclusions and exclusions, maximum amount of people in the group, special notice if any… It actually saves a tour guide’s efforts by clarifying things in advance.
Tip 4: Show your humor and wisdom!
Travel is approximately fun. In a sightseeing tour by way of a Zagreb local guide, “Exclusions: Ill-tempered, no-sense of humor, it’s-just-another-tour local guides.” Isn’t it reassuring that this would be an interesting tour with a whole lot fun? For a personal/private tour guide, people choose you rather than merely a tour. Avoid being shy to show your personal characteristics.
Tip 5: Pay attention to your clients and keep improving your sightseeing tours.
Feedback is great to have. It justifies the hard work of a tour guide. It passes on the words as testimonials. Moreover, it helps to boost. While afterward feedback may be less attainable, it is possible to pay attention to your clients during the tour. See what they rose with interest. Can it be applied to the tour for an improved experience? Keep improving and updating your sightseeing tour.
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