Whenever I tell people what I do I’m often asked two related questions: There are still travel agents, and why should I have someone else plan and book my travel? The answer to the first is yes, we’re still around and busier than ever (though we prefer to be called Travel Advisors;) The answer to the second question is a bit more involved and I thought it’d be useful to highlight some of the benefits of working with a travel expert.
Experience a land where dawn and twilight merge on the edges of the long Arctic night. Cruising far north in Norway’s winter, witness what few others see: wondrous snow-dusted landscapes, cities hushed in slumber and the luminous aurora borealis dancing in the sky. Sami legends, a sled dog ride and mysterious rock carvings bring you
While I have sent many clients to Fiji over the years, I personally hadn’t visited until November of 2019. I was invited to visit the Kokomo Island Resort and spent 3 nights taking in as much as possible. During my time in Fiji, I got to participate in many different activities including scuba diving, snorkeling,
In July of 2019, I had the opportunity to travel to Turkey and visit Istanbul, Cappadocia, Izmir, and Bodrum. I had heard Turkey was a dream destination that offered culture, ancient history, wonderful food, and legendary Turkish hospitality. I knew little about Turkey and had sent a few clients to Istanbul and Bodrum, and everyone
Journey along the Danube and see firsthand why this storied river has inspired generations of artists, poets and musicians. Indulge your passion for timeless architecture and art in four magnificent capitals: Budapest, Bratislava, Vienna and Prague. Let the hills come alive with the sounds of music in Salzburg and the Austrian Lake District. Cruise through
Imagine a place where you are able to completely disconnect from your electronics and commune with nature. To many, this probably sounds horrifying, but after 4 days of sporadic cell service you learn to appreciate the sounds of the jungle. Visiting the Amazon in Peru is a bit like an African safari, except much of