Epic Group Travel Experiences for Those Who Hate Group Travel

Have you ever wanted to try solo travel, but you’re not quite ready? But the idea of group travel sounds too crowded and rushed? The Bolt Collective travel community could be just right for you.  

 

 Bolt Collective members ringing in the New Year in Oaxaca.

Bolt Collective members ringing in the New Year in Oaxaca.

 

Through the Bolt Collective, founder Dan Pierson is bringing together kind-hearted, curiosity-filled people to help them access travel experiences that might be too expensive if they did them on their own. Think of the Bolt Collective as group travel for people who hate group travel. 

He’s already taken a diverse group of people on some incredible adventures, including celebrating New Year’s Eve on the beach in Oaxaca and dining in an igloo they built on a ski adventure in British Colombia. 

 

Subscribe to the Postcard Academy podcast to hear my whole conversation with Dan (Apple podcasts | Stitcher | Google Play). 

 

 An expert in designing experiences, Dan Pierson works with companies like Airbnb, and led Travel Partnerships at the ride-sharing service Lyft. He also created Subway Sets, a concert series that brings New York's best underground musicians to rooftops above the city.

An expert in designing experiences, Dan Pierson works with companies like Airbnb, and led Travel Partnerships at the ride-sharing service Lyft. He also created Subway Sets, a concert series that brings New York's best underground musicians to rooftops above the city.

 

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