Traveling is a necessity to be a useful travel advisor. Our first-hand travel experiences ensure that we can recommend the resorts, tour operators, and cruise lines that we have found to be excellent. We share our in-depth, personal travel experiences––good and bad–– with you.
Our trips aren’t all about lounging by the pool, however. (Though we do manage to have fun!) We inspect hotels to see recent remodels and to learn which rooms offer the best views or the most privacy. We visit local attractions to find out which activities may match our clients’ interests. We take lots of pictures to share with clients and post on our social media sites. And we meet with local hospitality industry professionals to develop relationships, so we know who to call when we are planning your dream vacation.
"Our first-hand travel experiences ensure that we can recommend the resorts, tour operators, and cruise lines that we have found to be excellent."
With today’s technology, we can still run our business while traveling, returning emails before or after our site visits. But, honestly, we do have to be in the office more often than not to keep our business running effectively. Traveling is essential to increase our knowledge base and educate ourselves about what’s happening in the travel industry. After all, we love to travel. That’s why we became travel advisors!