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Using a tour group planner

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Does anyone here have experience with using a tour group planner, particularly for planning a trip for a group of students?

I am looking into travel options for a group of high school students and chaperones to travel from FL to Philadelphia next spring. The group is a church youth group - it is not school-related.

I was asked to compare the costs of traveling by air and by train. It occurred to me that a company or organization that does this kind of thing might be helpful but I am reluctant to start asking random companies for free information or quotes when I don't know anything about them. Also, we really just need to book travel - we don't need any tour services once we're at the destination.

If anyone has experience with one of these companies, or direct experience with putting together a trip that includes air travel, do you have any suggestions for how to go about this? Thanks!

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