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Company Details
Contact Name:
Tracey
Established:
2010
Are there any additional services you provide?
All Travel & Vacation Related Services.
Can you provide references upon request?
Yes
Do you have liability insurance?
Yes
Do you require a deposit beforehand?
Yes
How far in advance should clients book your services?
Not Applicable
What languages do you speak?
English
FAQ
What vehicles do you provide?
Limousine - Standard, Sedan, Limousine - SUV, Shuttle, Limousine - Stretch
What is the maximum amount of occupants you can accommodate?
14
Additional details:
Ten New Top Reasons to Use a Travel Agent - Written by Ruthanne Terrero, CTC - Vice President - Content/Editorial Director for TravelAgent Magazine 1. You snagged some really cheap rooms in the tropics during high season. It was almost too good to be true - in fact, you could barely breathe as you clicked the "purchase" button on the booking website. Too bad you didn't check first on how much it costs to fly last minute to the Caribbean during festive season; it was $2,500 apiece for a middle seat in coach and there were only four of you going. Such a bargain! So what if your first born has to wait another year to start college. 2. Speaking of barely breathing, you didn't realize that eco-lodge in South America didn't have air conditioning and you sure wish you had known that the wildlife in the area would have full access to the open-air living room in your "luxury" suite. Your kids loved running around with the flying monkeys and exotic birds all night and you really wouldn't have minded any of this at all if you'd brought enough Valium to last the week. But you didn't and your voice was hoarse from screaming at everyone by the time you got home. 3. You heard "all inclusive" and slapped down $2,000 for a two-week resort vacation. But you didn't read the fine print so you didn't see that "all-inclusive" didn't include taxes, tips, alcohol, bottled water, soda or transfers to and from the airport. It's OK, though, because you didn't need that extra $3,000 you ended up paying at check out, what's a little more money to enjoy a really good time? 4. You and your wife were so happy to read that the resort you had selected for yourselves had a children's club, which meant you would finally be able to get some quality alone time together. The one thing you didn't catch was that your kids had to be at least four years old to spend time there, and your triplets are just three so they were with you the entire trip. Every minute of it. So you came home with great memories of trying to pry your three boys from the chandeliers of the resort's dining room every night and keeping them away from the adults'only pool as you desperately tried to enjoy some sunshine and get a decent buzz from the $20 cocktails they were selling at the bar. 5. Springing for the pre-arranged $50 transfers to the hotel from the airport, well, that just seemed dumb, so you took a cab instead, even though it didn't have a meter. Who knew that this part of the world is notorious for getting ripped off by illegitimate cabbies? So yeah, you did use that extra $500 in cash that you'd brought along for shopping for the ransom instead, but eventually, you did get to your hotel. And you did meet some nice people through the experience; the policemen who took your complaint were especially endearing. Now that's authentic travel.