Inbound Tour Guides

Inbound tour guides take passengers on short excursions that may last a few hours, a full day, or even overnight. For example, travelers visiting Los Angeles might take an all-day tour of Beverly Hills and Hollywood. Inbound tour guides are responsible for making all the necessary arrangements for a trip before departure, such as booking airline flights; ground transportation, such as buses or vans; hotel rooms, and tables at restaurants. If anyone in the tour group has special needs, such as dietary requirements or wheelchair accessibility, the guide must attend to these needs in advance.

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