In this blog post, we discuss some advice on how to get into the freelance tour guide business if you’re just starting out. For all the tour guide newbies out there, I hope you’re going to find some interesting and useful information here!
How to Start a Freelance Tour Guide Business?
I keep noticing more and more questions on Quora on how to become a tour guide or more specific, a freelance tour guide. Various travel enthusiasts are looking for ways to enjoy their passion for travel, put their amazing people and organization skills to action, and earn some serious bucks.
For instance, I’ve noticed that a lot of travel bloggers start their own tour guide business. It’s certainly a great career option if you love to travel, adore meeting new people, and have a desire to lead a very adventurous life.
However, don’t get too carried away—being a freelance tour guide is no easy job!
There are quite a lot of steps before you can get into the tour guide business. And as you know, every journey starts with the first step, and that’s research. Before you can get into the whole tour guide business mindset, you must be acquainted with all the niche terms and gather enough knowledge to ask the right people for advice.
This is where the networking part comes in handy. Like in any other business, you rely on other more experienced people to give you advice because they have been through it all long before you did.
So, if you are wondering whether or not you should quit your 9-to-5 job and become a tour guide, check out our infographic for more details on how to get into the freelance tour guide business:
What’s important to remember is that like any freelance job, being a freelance tour guide requires a lot of patience, self-discipline, and hard work.
You are going to learn a lot of new things, adapt to new situations, meet new people, and grow your knowledge. Most importantly, you are going to figure out how to constantly improve yourself and your business.
I’m sure that all of you who have set your mind to it, can achieve anything. In the meantime, download our free infographic here: