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Frequently Asked Questions
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Why Should I Use a Travel Agent to Book a Vacation?
A travel agent is your advocate, taking the stress out of planning and managing a vacation.
Chances are that we have been where you want to go. Our first-hand experience positions us to curate your dream vacation while keeping in mind the local culture, weather, and activities, for example. We would be happy to recommend restaurants and shopping, too.
Tell us your budget and destination(s) and we will do the leg work for you. From transportation and accommodations, to detailed itineraries and more, your trip will be curated by an expert.
Rates & Upgrades
Oftentimes, we have access to rates, amenities, and upgrades as a seasoned agency and member of Travel Leaders than the average client does. We work closely with suppliers and can offer special rates, amenities, and greater array of product and services, and as such, we frequently are able to add additional value to your trip.
Can You Work with My Budget?
We work with any realistic budget, and are dedicated to open communication about your goals and ideas to guide your travel plans.
Do I Need Travel Insurance?
Travel insurance is available and recommended to protect your travel investment. Many trips involve non-refundable funds paid months in advance. Travel insurance protects you from losing this investment. Perhaps even more important is the ‘during travel’ coverage and assistance that comes with trip insurance. Trip interruption due to illness or unforeseen circumstances can be very expensive, and medical care abroad is often not covered by domestic insurance plans. Also, an increasing number of countries require proof of medical insurance for travelers entering their country.
What are Some Common Items Savvy Travelers Bring with Them?
Don’t forget a small power strip — ideal for sharing a crowded outlet in an airport, and a simple way to keep all devices close by once at a hotel. Combine that with portable battery charger for your devices when on the go. Keep a photograph of your luggage and passport on your smartphone; lose either of them, and you will be grateful for the reference. And it is always good to bring a change of clothes along with all important documents and medications in your carryon bag.
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