Important Travel Information & Tools
We realize that not all trips require our expertise and connections. If you are planning a simple DIY trip, here are some links to our favorite planning tools for different components of your trip.
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Activities, tours, and excursions during your vacation is always good to have planned ahead. However, I know that researching and creating an itinerary can take up a lot of time. Find the best things to do in destinations around the world on these useful links.
See more helpful tools that make traveling to other countries more comfortable. They help to prepare you for your trip and save you unnecessary stress. I have been using them for my own travels and always advise them to my clients as well.
If you will be traveling internationally, it is imperative that you have the proper documentation required for your travel. Many countries now require passports to be valid for 6 months past your travel dates in order to enter the country. Find information related to international travel and applying for passports or visas.
Find the latest passenger screening processes and procedures including prohibited items allowed in carry-on baggage. Access important information and resources for travelers with disabilities and medical conditions.
Ensuring you are fully protected if vacation days are revoked from work, someone you are traveling with or a close family member become ill and you can no longer travel, or if you run into issues with missed or cancelled flights affecting your other plans, insurance is an essential piece. Here is the provider I recommend to all of my clients and also purchase for my family travel.
(Purchase within 14 or 21 days of deposit for the most comprehensive coverage)