How to Make the Most Out of Your Girls’ Holiday

You’ve got everything planned. Boarding passes printed off, cases packed, airport outfit ready. You and your girls are ready for a holiday of sunbathing and day drinking. You’re ready to spend time with your pals without school or work interfering. 

Going away with your girls is a must. Whether it’s jetting off for a relaxing escape, a manic party holiday, or a busy city break, making the most out of your time away with your besties is essential. It’s no secret that girls tend to come with baggage, normally in the form of unnecessary drama. However, with planning, preparation, and patience, there is nothing standing in the way of your girls’ holiday being a success. Aura 32 has devised a few tips to make your trip one to remember. 

(Meredith Banks)

Plan Ahead 

In the midst of holiday excitement, it is easy to forget to plan ahead. Whether it’s booking attractions, planning nights out or simply organising who will share rooms, planning your holiday is essential for making the most of your time. 

Be Honest 

Honesty is always the best policy, especially when it comes to a girls’ holiday. Make sure your girls are aware of what you want and don’t want to do. The holiday is as much for you as it is for your friends, so avoid uncomfortable situations for yourself by making your pals aware of your intentions before you take off. 

Be Flexible 

Sticking to your guns when it comes to days or nights out is important, however sometimes flexibility is key in avoiding conflict. Compromise with your friends. Be mindful of what they want out of the holiday. Go with the flow, you might turn out loving where your pals end up dragging you to. Mix things up and take a back seat every now and again. 

Budget Your Money! 

Holidays tend to bleed your bank account dry, especially ones with your pals. Remember, your parents aren’t around to pay for you, so budgeting your allowance per day is not a bad idea. Make sure you have enough money left for the fun things like day trips, posh meals, and those boozy nights out. 

Have A Kitty 

To help budget and avoid money related battles, keeping a kitty is a good idea. Whether you and your pals add a small or large amount of cash each day, it will certainly come in handy when buying a bottle of water or paying for transport. 

Pick Your Battles Wisely 

You’re on holiday with your girls, and although you all get on well tensions are bound to rise every now and again. To avoid big squabbles: take a breather, evaluate the situation, and decide whether it is a battle worth fighting. 

Snap Away! 

Don’t stop taking photos! Capture every moment on your holiday. Imagine the laughs you can have looking back at them in a few years’ time. Not to mention the embarrassing ones of your friends that you can show to their future partner or children. 

Make It Memorable 

Whether it’s trying something new, making new friends, having one too many margaritas, or even getting matching tattoos, make your girls’ holiday one to remember.

Karis Nash

Lifestyle Writer

Aspiring writer and animal lover, Karis, is a 20-year-old media student from the UK. If not found indulging in a chai latte and reading Vogues latest edition, you may find Karis walking around central London with a camera in her hands. She loves to travel and wishes to discover all that the world has to offer.

6 Comments
  1. Some very worthy tips many that we often forget when planning for many areas of life not only holidays. Thank you Karis.😊

  2. Great article. I will be sharing with some young girls I know going to Benidorm on Mon. Being of an older generation I think all should read this, it can be really helpful at any age. We never truly grow up x

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