Got a long weekend coming up but can't decide where to go?
A new travel agency is offering to do that for you, but there's a twist. You won't know where you're going until you reach the airport.
Pack Up + Go builds surprise itineraries spanning the U.S. and plans your trip based on a survey you fill out.
The concept was founded by Pennsylvania-based Lillian Rafson when she was only 23 and targets people who 'love travelling but loathe planning'.
Clients are first asked to fill out a survey detailing their departure date and holiday preferences.
Questions include where you've been already and whether you are looking for action, culture or relaxation. The traveller is also asked about their hobbies, dietary restrictions, and physical state.
In the week running up to the trip, Pack Up + Go sends a parcel containing a weather forecast, packing suggestions, and transport instructions. It also contains an envelope that mustn't be opened until the client has reached their final destination.
That envelope contains a city guide for their location.
According to their website, Pack + Go only send clients to 'mid-sized American cities', which are no more than four hours away from home.
Kids are welcome, and friends who live in different cities can sign up as a group to end up in the same place.