"The more I traveled the more I realized that fear makes strangers of people who should be friends." Shirley MacLaine

Travelling alone or with friends will be more meaningful if you'll meet strangers along the way. Don't worry about the itineraries, the room to sleep in or the company that you'll mingle with. There's a vast a group booking choices that will match your preference.

1.Roadtrip to North India

If you are someone who love long road trips like bus and train rides, this one's for you.

Geckos Adventures offers an exciting North Indian tour. They'll bring you to a 13-hour trip from Delhi to Varanasi, a 11-hour trip from Varanasi to Agra and a 10-hour trip from Bundi to Delhi. Sounds like you'll be having a pretty much long chat with your seatmate, right? It's your chance to meet new friends.

The trip requires a number of temple visits so you need to cover up as a sign of respect. The 11-day-journey includes going to Sheeshganj Gurudwara (Sikh Temple), Varanasi - Sunrise Boat cruise, Taj Mahal, Hawa Mahal (pink sandstone palace) and Bundi Palace. You can visit their website for prices and more detailed activities.

"I loved the amount of things we were able to fit into the short amount of time of our tour. The overnight trains really helped you feel like a local, with a more in-depth feel than other tours. The whole group of 8 women all felt safe with our tour guide, who was knowledgeable as well as entertaining," a satisfied traveller said.

2. Feel like a royalty in France

If you want a vacation with a great luxury appeal, then Gillian and Tess are the right people to call. They are the founder of G&T Weekends that offers an amazing package tour that will make you feel like a royalty.

This year, the company landed a group of merrymakers to Loire Valley in France. Everyone surely enjoyed the big-group catered meals, night partying with unlimited drinks, French cooking and horseback riding.

"It was a formidably boozy weekend - did I mention that already? The free, limitless bar proved too much to resist for pretty much everyone, myself included, especially the girl who tripped backwards into the fountain. With so much drama in such a fanciful, filmic setting, the weekend felt like being in a glossy Hollywood rom-com - somewhere between Meet the Parents and the Wedding Crashers. The guy with an unquenchable thirst for rosé even looked like Vince Vaughn," one of the guest commented in The Guardian article.

3. Sail your heart out

Row, row, row your boat gently down the stream. Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily life is but a dream. Set a vacation in the dreamy islands of Croatia. Sail your heart out and take a groupie in the picturesque background.

Sail Week Croatia is offering a week of fun and worry-free vacation for your group. The itinerary includes sailing and partying across the beautiful Supetar, Makarska, Zlatni Rat (Golden Cape) and Vis. You can check out their website for prices and be jealous of the stunning photos of the trip.

"Wow. What a week. Adventure week lived up to its name. This was an absolutely perfect way to see the Croatian coast, to meet the locals, try new things, and get a sense of the history of this unique country. Our skipper Zorica was awesome. Of course she was a great sailor who got us introduced to sailing, but she was really like a new friend who joined us on the adventure," one happy costumer said.

4. Viva España!

Fell in love with Spain's stunning places. Tours4fun will take you on an artistic city tour of Barcelona; admire the Renaissance and Baroque style buildings of Madrid; gaze upon the sun-soaked beauty of Costa del Sol and learn about Toledo's famous art "Damasquinado." The 10-day trip is not just a feast for the eye but of the mind as well.