Travel planning frequently involves taking the preferences of individual users and aggregating them into a single search query. This task can prove to be highly complicated, and it can fail to take into consideration the tastes of all of the group members. For instance, when planning a trip, each group member might have a different destination preference, a unique budget and a different time availability. Taking into consideration the tastes and the preferences of everyone can waste a lot of time and energy and might not result in favourable outcomes - sometimes the travel plans might not be finalised. The project examined the way in which groups of people undertake the activity of planning travel among themselves. The focus of the project is on the information exchange that occurs while planning group travel. Even though web search is in general considered to be a companionless activity, collaborative information seeking has been the subject of multiple research studies in different environments, such as healthcare, academia, architecture and design.Drawing from the experiences of the participants, the project aimed to suggest a new design for supporting remote asynchronous collaborative travel planning. The study followed a scenario-based user-centred design approach. Scenarios help capture stories about application use, they aid in understanding people's needs and they on the activities "that need to be supported".