Top Travel Agent Tips Of 2018

TOP TRAVEL AGENT TIPS 2018 (Classic Travel USA)

2019 is fast approaching. That means that it's time to prepare for the next travel year with some of the most popular travel agent tips from 2018!

Whether you are an experienced or inexperienced traveler, our tips should give you some exclusive expertise in popular destinations.

These are the most popular articles that our clients came to our website for.

Read them, browse activities that you could enjoy for each destination, and give us a call if you grow a desire to plan an unforgettable trip in 2019!

The most important thing to do is book with an informed Travel Agent. There is no cost to you when you book with Classic Travel, but our expertise can be priceless when it comes to making the right decision for a lifelong memory.

Happy New Year! -Your Classic Travel Family

"The best part of the Dominican Republic is the beaches. These beaches are compact sand you can walk for miles on without struggling with balance or sinking.

Nothing better than listening to the ocean, feeling the breeze, while casually strolling/wading along the beach...

...Caution you must be very comfortable with your roommate if it is a friend. There is ceiling to floor frosted glass between the shower and bedroom leaving not very much to the imagination."    >>> Read More <<<

A Travel Agent’s Review of RIU Republica Dominican Republic (Adults-Only)
What to Know if You’re Considering a Sandals or Beaches Property

"What experience are you looking for? Are you looking for a Luxury Included all-inclusive vacation? If you are, then a Sandals Resort or Beaches Resort could be the right choice for you!

Sandals Resorts are luxurious all-inclusive resorts for couples only. Beaches Resorts offer most of the same luxuries, but are very family-friendly with many extras for the kids." >>> Read More <<<

"Working with the Batwa pygmies in the southwest region of the country, on the fringe of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, I assisted these traditional inhabitants of the forest with income generation, among other facets of their post-forest dwelling lives...

...My time in Uganda was not all work and no play. I had some amazing opportunities to be a tourist and explore this incredibly diverse country. I didn’t have to go far for one of the biggest thrills. The awe-inspiring creatures that people came from all over the world to see were regular visitors to my house." >>> Read More <<<

My Experience as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Uganda, Africa
A Travel Agent’s Reflection of The Ocean Riviera Paradise-Riviera Maya, Mexico

"This is a 5-star resort and has so much to offer. There are 4 different category areas they offer...

...This resort is one that I would offer to everyone since it offers something for all types of people and the location is only 30 minutes from the airport and close to Playa Del Carmen. Service is outstanding and they always have a smile to greet you." >>> Read More <<<

"For evening, they have 2 “formal” nights, thankfully both on sea days. You will see everything from gowns to slacks and tops, even more casual, which I thought was inappropriate...

...Your first port is Ketchikan, where is rains 340 days a year, so be prepared. We had sunny and mid 60. You may want to check for the 10 day forecast when it gets closer. However I find this is not always accurate and Alaska weather can change on a dime." >>> Read More <<<

Alaska Cruise Tips - 2
Fishing on the Amazon River

"The Amazon had been on our wish list since we were kids watching Jacques Cousteau on TV, and reinforced more recently via one of many fishing shows that airs on my TV on the weekend...

...By the end of the week, my feet and hands were puffed up like the Pillsbury Doughboy. But it was worth it–we caught 132 peacock bass during the week, and some real strange fish, too. And well, I caught a bigger peacock than Mark, poor fella."   >>> Read More <<<

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