What's the full name of FIT and GIT respectively?
Sep 21, 2009 21:29
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I know FIT means the individual travelers and GIT means the group travelers. I guess the full name of FIT is "Frequent Individual Travelers". Am I right? What about GIT? tks
Oct 21, 2009 00:51
GUESTSANJEET... FIT means "Free Individual Travelers" AND GIT means "Group Inclusive Tour"
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May 19, 2011 02:23
GUESTSIMI SIDHU CAN anybody please tell m the exact difference between git and fit?
May 31, 2011 05:19
GUEST40161 FIT is Free Independent Traveler and GIT is Group Inclusive Tour
Jul 29, 2011 04:07
GUEST63162 for example FIT less then 30 people, and GIT more then 30 people.
Oct 1, 2011 08:46
GUESTARA_SL Fit means Free Individual Travelers
They came directly or with a guide (may be small group 5-6)
Guest can choose their meal plans and etc.

Group Inclusive Tour mean they come as a group
tour agent arrange all (payment also)
All other extra payments should pay by the guest
Normally meal plane is buffet
Oct 6, 2013 11:04
GUEST44220 FIT stands for "flexible individual tour" and GIT stands for "group inclusive tour"
Dec 11, 2013 14:17
Apr 16, 2014 21:30
Jul 28, 2014 01:43
GUESTKHEMRAK I think "FIT" stands for Free Individual Traveler (Tourist) and "GIT" stands for Group Inclusive Traveler (Tourist)
Nov 10, 2014 00:46
GUESTKESHAV FIT stands for Free Independent Travelers (or Tourists).
It means a small number of tourists (usually fewer than 5 persons or couples) who take packaged tours at a time of their own choice. They eschew mass tourism and the holiday package concept promoted by Travel operators, in favour of a more individualistic approach to travel.

On contrary, GIT stands for Group Inclusive Tour.
It is a travel program with a special fare and specific requirements (usually a minimum number of persons often more than 5 persons traveling as a group throughout the tour).
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