Tag: travel planning

Patagonia

Your Intro to “Experiential Travel”

Nowadays, many people are seeking to have unique experiences or book what we like to call “experiential” or “transformational” travel. People want cultural or diverse opportunities to get to know places in a more intimate way. While there is still a great opportunity to see famous sights and attractions, many tours are intermingling unique experiences […]

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What to do Before Leaving the Country

You can hear me singing my lungs out every time I head off to explore another foreign country! I’m always so excited in fact that there have been times when I have forgotten key things that could have saved me time and avoided stress if I had only remembered them. Learning through experience, I’ve now […]

Cruise

9 Family Cruising Tips

Are you planning a family cruise? See below for some of the most frequently asked cruise questions you should know the answer to before you book. Q: When should I book? A: As soon as possible! If you are booking a cruise for the holidays, book at least 9 months out! Cruises, especially on Disney, sell […]

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5 Benefits of Escorted Tours

Have you ever thought of taking an escorted tour before? While the do-it-yourself vacation can be fulfilling, there is just something about escorted tours that you don’t get with any other type of vacation. So, what is so great about escorted tours? I’m glad you asked! Say goodbye to waiting in long lines! You know […]

Patagonia, South America

What to Ask: Purchasing Travel Protection

Purchasing travel protection is highly recommended when going on vacation, even when there is no foreseeable obstacle in the future. However, travel protection policies are not created equal. So how do you know what you are purchasing? Is it going to cover everything you can think of and more? Here are 3 questions to ask […]

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Marriott Data Breach: The Next Step

Any time there is a massive breach of what was believed to have been “secure,” there undergoes a major re-evaluation of security measures. It is no different in the case of Marriott’s recent data breach alert that lasted between 2014 and September 10, 2018 at its Starwood properties. Previous Starwood guests, approximately 500 million, may […]

Eight Spooky Haunted Hotels to Visit

If you are in want for a bit of a scare or a delightful spook, then a haunted hotel may just be the place you seek. Ghost hunters are not the only ones who notice unusual activity. Stay for a night or two if you dare, or come for a visit and go on a […]

Dominican Republic

What to Know about Holiday Travel

Travel during the holidays can be absolutely magical, but if you are not careful, it can be completely disastrous. Here are 5 things you should know before heading out your front door: The best day to fly during the holidays is on the holiday itself! Airline prices skyrocket during the holidays and when it comes […]

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10 Disneyland Fall Break Tips

Halloween can be a “scary” time of year, but fighting your way through the mass of Disneyland tourists can be even scarier. While many other people often have the same idea for their Fall Break plans (to visit Disneyland, of course), there are at least 10 Disneyland tips and tricks to maximize your time, get […]

Europe River Cruise

Europe River Cruising: Now Is the Time!

Have you ever considered a river cruise before? Travel agents are finding that more millennials and younger generations are seeking to explore Europe by way of river cruise. And why shouldn’t they? After knowing what is included in a European river cruise, you may just be looking to go on one yourself! From the rooms […]

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