A Caribbean getaway can be the perfect way to escape routine, try new things, relax, and make lifelong memories. When there's fun for the whole family, it's even better.
If there’s one thing we know about travel and social media, it’s that people absolutely love showing off their adventures. They’re living their best lives, vibing, posting pictures without filters, and generally filling their friends and followers with envy.
Self-promotion is a crucial part of your travel agent business. If you want to succeed, you have to put in the work to get your personal brand out there.
There’s nothing like drifting on the open water one moment, relaxing on a tropical beach the next, packing up, and then moving to another port. Mix in some nightlife and amenities (casinos, dancing, bowling, swimming, and drinks to name a few), and you have what may be the perfect vacation.
When you plan a trip, you might be wonder, “Should I buy travel insurance? Is it worth the cost?”
Here’s your answer: Everyone should buy travel insurance. Every day people go on trips that are affected by unfortunate events, so it’s best to always be prepared. However, some travelers—as a result of their lack of interest in or knowledge of travel insurance—don't even realize what it is and what kind of protection it provides.
We put together this guide to get you all the facts you need.
One of the best aspects of traveling is stepping out of your comfort zone, seeing and experiencing new things, and venturing outside your day-to-day life.
As state lockdowns are lifted and stay-at-home orders inevitably ease, Americans are becoming increasingly curious about when and where they can travel. Search terms such as “travel during covid 19,” “where to travel during covid,” and “can you travel during covid 19” have all risen sharply in popularity in the months since the pandemic began.
Published August 5, 2016. Updated August 6, 2020.
Budgeting for a vacation is one of the most important aspects of trip planning. Figuring out how much you can spend on flights, lodging, food, and activities means the difference between the trip of a lifetime and a trip that causes serious financial stress.
One of the best ways to plan a budget-conscious trip is to use a travel agent, but what does that cost? Well, it depends. While some agents don’t charge a dime, others have been known to add (sometimes significant) fees to the process.
In case you’re wondering, InteleTravel Travel Advisors never charge client fees.
It’s a point of pride that our advisors work off commissions paid directly by vendors or suppliers. You book a vacation, and that’s it. There are no added costs.