In world where everything is at your fingertips and technology is making it super easy to book travel, what would the need for a travel agent be?
I came across an article recently that outlined the benefits. Let's discuss this a bit more:
1) Travel agents make travel less stressful.
Even if it is your 100th trip, sometimes you have a trip that becomes too much for one person to handle. A travel agent can take all the stress of planning a trip away from you. No one needs more stress in their life, let a professional do it for you.
2) They save you money and time.
I get new promotions every day. You might have a dream trip, but can't seem to afford it. I might have gotten the deal of a lifetime. Don't waste your time scouring through websites to find the best deals. Let me do it for you.
3) They don’t charge hidden fees.
Every time you book something within the industry, a commission is already built into the cost. I don't add an additional commission on to any type of travel that is booked through a travel supplier.
4) They advocate on your behalf.
If something goes wrong, I will be there for you. You will have someone to advocate for you and ensure that you are left satisfied.
5) They provide personalized attention.
Everything we do for you is individualized. I cater to all your needs and wants and will make sure that you get what you want.
6) They offer insurance.
Perhaps one of the most important, yet overlooked items in travel is travel insurance. Travel insurance products now are so comprehensive that all travelers should buy travel insurance every time they take a trip. This way you can rest assured that you are covered in the case of an emergency.
7) They’re there 24/7.
You might be on the other side of the world, but I am here for you no matter what time or time zone you are in.
8) They’re specialists.
I specialize in anywhere that is considered off the beaten track. I love helping to plan individual trips, especially for single women travelers. Don't worry if you have an idea that you might think isn't off the beaten track (Hello Disney!), I will still be able to help you out. Just send me a message and let's get started!