Planning Your Winter Travel!
You have heard numerous times what to do when planning your winter travel. Be it business or vacation, the same rules apply :
1. Check your documents for validity.
2. Make the names on your passports match your tickets
3. Be sure nothing is expired or expiring, ask if you have not been told how long past your return travel your passport needs to be valid.
4. Be sure you do not need a visa for entrance to the country you are visiting.
5. Pad your trip by a day if at all possible, or go down the night before to the connecting point in your trip. If you are going to the Caribbean, fly to a warm destination and then leave for the island the next day.
6. With cruises it is crucial that you pad the trip by a day even in good weather so you make the check in on board the ship.
7. Check your seats, if you book 6 months out, often the airlines have unnotified schedule changes and change aircraft, even if you purchase seats they can be lost. Travel agents will notify you but you should always check ahead of time.
8. Be sure you have your travel agent or tour operators emergency information, if you cannot get your agent due to off hours, most agencies have services that will help, but email your travel company first because most organizations will be on call during emergencies with extra staffing to assist you.
We are here to make your life easier, but sometimes things are out of our control, we cannot always be responsible for TSa pre check that doesn't work due to Airline checks, it is not guaranteed 100 percent of the time.
A great travel agent will keep you in the loop no matter what the circumstance! Try us you might be happy you did!
In the mean time if you are looking for a great vacation, try the Galapagos but plan well ahead, especially if you are trying to travel over a school vacation or a holiday.
Have a great winter everyone, looking forward to working with you!
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