If you have kids, you already know that it takes double the amount of time that it should to accomplish literally anything- this is a law of the universe, and traveling is no exception.
One of my favorite things about private villas is how much personality they have! Unlike hotels, you can stay in 100 different homes and never have two that feel the same.
I want to make traveling easier for everyone, so we're going to talk about some of the things I always look into for my clients before they travel, and the top things you need to know before you go.
Business doesn’t stop moving and neither should you. Research indicates that while almost all meeting can now be held online, most business professionals would still rather meet their partners, clients, and professional relationships in person...
This is by no means a ‘rockstar’ career choice. In fact, I challenge you to name even one famous travel agent. No? Don’t worry. Until I started down this path I couldn’t either.
There really is no better way to experience the world than with your favorite people at your side. If you don’t currently have a reason to create a group and go, then make one up!
Dedicating at least one day to avoiding the crowds is a great way to find balance in getting to see everything you want to see and getting to see all the things you didn’t know you needed to.
Private travel doesn’t have to be expensive. Due to the current demand, more companies are offering unique tours and excursions for small groups that cost the same as, if not less than, what you’d pay for a week in the Caribbean...
One of the things that The Galapagos Islands are known for is their vast array of unique wildlife! The islands are home to more than 200 different recorded species of animal, and several of them are endemic- meaning they are not found anywhere else in the world!
If you book a cruise and don’t plan to leave the ship do you still need a passport? And what is the difference between a passport and a visa, anyhow?