This could mean that you are staying in two different hotels within one country, that you are visiting multiple different locations across several countries, or that you are enjoying a cruise and stopping at select destinations to get out and explore.
The idea is basically that you get to visit multiple destinations and to stay in these to enjoy in effect several different holiday experiences packaged into one.
There are many benefits of multi centre holidays, and there are lots of great reasons to choose them.
Here we will look at just a few reasons they are superior to 'one location' holidays.
They're Efficient: Yes in theory you will be traveling more in terms of long trips during your holiday if you do multi centre holidays, but in many ways you will actually be doing less traveling overall in the grand scheme of things.
First of all this is because you are tying multiple destinations into a single holiday - which of course means you are only using a plane two times to go abroad rather than multiple times.
This is cheaper in the long run, and it also means you save energy and do less harm to the environment than you otherwise might.
At the same time, because you are moving to two or more destinations within your country of choice, this means that you will be nearer to anything you want to do.
In other words you will have picked locations that are near to the things you want to see and do, and so when you travel out to them it will be a matter of minutes rather than hours to get there.
For instance if you went to Egypt and wanted to visit the Giza pyramids from a hotel resort on the coast, then you would probably have to get an internal flight which would be slow and expensive.
You See More: If you co on multi centre holidays then you will find that you of course get to see more than you otherwise would have.
Have you ever come home from a holiday and thought that you had a great time, but felt disappointed that you missed something major? Maybe you saw all the historical sites but not the capital city? Well with multi centre holidays you needn't feel that way because you can design your holiday specifically so that you end up seeing everything you want to see.
This way you can come back feeling that you've 'done' the country, and can look forward to visiting somewhere new next.
You're Not Stuck: Another situation we all dread - ever been on a holiday and found yourself hating the hotel and the location? It happens, and normally you're stuck there for a week or even two.
However with multi centre holidays that's not the case and you can enjoy visiting more than one destination meaning that you're likely to enjoy at least most parts of the holiday.