Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Top Chef: Experience Whistler

As this season of Top Chef winds down, you could experience the beauty of Whistler like a Top Chef finalist.  Here's some sample packages out of Chicago:

2 Roundtrip airline tickets from Chicago O’Hare to Vancouver
 leaving April 8th and  returning April 14th

6 nights at the Fairmont Chateau Whistler

1 Economy rental car

All for $3,211.86

If you wanted to experience Whistler in the summer:

2 Round trip tickets from Chicago O’Hare to Vancouver
leaving July 1st and returning July 7th

6 nights in a one bedroom suite at Delta Whistler Village Suites

1 Economy Rental Care
All for $2,843.14
Fill out the form to the right for a personalized Whistler package so you can pack your knives and go!

Tuesday, February 28, 2012

2.28.12 Promotions and Deals

Aple Vacations: Super Sale now through March 1st. Kids eat and stay free at some resorts plus save $500 - $1,000 on 3 -7 day all-inclusive packages

Escorted tours to Exotic Locations: $200 Airfare credit between now and March 31st.
Princess Cruise Line: One Day Sale on Alaska Cruisetours on February 29th

Celebrity Cruise Line: Dream vacations to Europe start as low as $899 and as low as $499 for the Caribbean. Availability is limited, so book now to save.

NCL Cruise Line: Up to 4 Category Upgrade Plus E-Coupons worth over $400 for ships sailing on or before 12/31/12 if booked by March 31st. Reduced prices for Singe occupancy on select sailings.  PLUS HOT DEALS:

·         10 night Southern Caribbean cruise leaving Miami on March 28th for $649 Interior Cabin.

·         14 night Panama Canal cruise leaving Los Angeles on April 15th for $1,249 Interior Cab9in

·         7 day Eastern Caribbean cruise leaving Miami on the Epic on April 7th for $649

Escorted tours to Exotic Locations: $200 Airfare credit between now and March 31st.

This is just the tip of the current deal iceberg. For more information, fill out the form to the right. Your next vacation is just a few clicks away!

Also – Check back Monday for a set of deals inspired by this season of The Bachelor.

Monday, February 20, 2012

Why do you need a travel agent?

Currently, the Internet is filled with travel search engines: Travelocity, Expedia, etc. Why do you need a travel agent when you could just book your vacation yourself?

1. Time - It's pretty frustrating to spend hours getting sucked into the black hole of travel research on the Internet chasing that perfect location, best itinerary or the best rate. I do the research for you and then present you with options.

2. Expertise - The key to a great vacation is figuring out what is the best fit for you and your travel companions. I personally have used a lot of options when travelling: independent travel, escorted tours, cruises, and all inclusive resorts. Working together, we can figure out what type of travel and location would work best for what you like to do.

3. Value - Travel agents have access to rates and promotions that may not be available on the Internet. Once I know what types of vacations you enjoy, I can keep look out for great deals and promotions.

How do I get paid?
When you book, I receive a commission from the supplier of your trip. There is no additional cost to you.

So... where do you want to go?