The perfect travel experience is likely to involve a unique combination of factors. You'll want to travel to somewhere that's interesting to visit, you'll want to spend time with great people and you'll want to be able to take part in activities that appeal to you.
Fortunately, it's not impossible to create such an experience. It does involve a little bit of planning, but this is something that most of us are able to manage! So where should we begin the process? You may already have your own ideas about where you want to travel to. Indeed, such ideas will probably have a significant impact upon your other requirements too.
If you've decided, for example, that you'd like to see the Pyramids in Egypt, or that you've also wanted to cruise down the Nile, then you've already identified a potential destination and some key activities. This may also govern your choices when it comes to travelling companions. Do you already know some people who would enjoy such experiences? If so, they would appear to be obvious choices.
Some of us will tend to travel with the same people on a regular basis. A good example of this will be if you always look to take family holidays. In this case, you'll undoubtedly want to consider activities and locations that will appeal to your partner and children. Some vacations will be specifically aimed at keeping the kids entertained, but it's perfectly possible to strike the right balance. There's no reason why you can't choose a destination that meets the different requirements of the entire party.
What happens if you fail to agree on a single location? In such circumstances, it makes a lot of sense to think about whether there is anything to be gained from booking a vacation that involves multiple locations.