As part of owning your own travel business and being a business professional, Agents are always required to do the work, first. Don’t rely on the Partner to do it for you. They don’t know your client, aren’t vested in your business the way you are, and put simply: It's just not their job. Our Partners support all our Agents with multiple tools, resources, technology and more, but it's up to the Agent to first qualify their clients, qualify the Partner, and conduct research to determine what resort or destination is best.
The Caribbean is known for having the best beaches in the world, and it's no surprise why.
Home to miles upon miles of sandy shorelines, warm waters and stunning backdrops, there's a beach for every traveler type—whether you're looking for a relaxing hideaway, buzzing beach bars, or an abundance of water sports.
Cruise ship passengers customarily leave tips for the staff in appreciation of their hard work and stellar service.
While cash envelopes used to be the preferred choice among passengers for thanking staff members who directly served them, cruise lines everywhere have transitioned to pre-paid gratuities.
North Americans love traveling, and they don't plan on stopping anytime soon.
According to a recent consumer trends survey by travel agency Travel Leaders Group, a whopping 96 percent of the 3,500 North Americans who participated indicated they intended to travel for vacation in 2019, with nearly 90 percent stating they planned on taking the same amount or more trips than last year.
We're obviously huge proponents of travel agents, but not just because we educate the best and most knowledgeable travel agents in the world.
We love travel agents even more for what they do for so many of their clients.
Africa is renowned for its extraordinary wildlife and stunning natural wonders, and no vacation there would be complete without a multi-day safari.
Whether you're looking for a 12-day excursion, or a small tour, here are some of the best African safaris to check out:
It's nothing new that people are more susceptible to getting sick after a flight. The close quarters to so many new people and low cabin humidity are two of the main reasons for this. Why? Because cabin humidity sits right around ten percent, your throat and nasal passages are more likely to dry up a bit, leaving it harder for you to fight off those pesky germs.
Traveling for the holiday's this weekend?
While this is one of the best times of the year, it can also be one of the most stressful if you don't plan properly.
Here are some quick tips to help ensure that your trip is as manageable as possible.
Australia might be the smallest of the seven continents, but it packs a big punch of adventure everywhere you turn.
Your customers are your lifeblood. They can literally make or break your business – so if you hone some solid customer service skills, you're going to set yourself apart from your competition and keep your clients coming back to you for all their travel needs.