Buying Your Trip is Only the Beginning
You’re looking for a vacation. You think you know what you want to do. You’ve perhaps spoken to an agent. You’ve looked around online. You believe you’ve found the best deal. You’re ready to lay the money down and take the big step of buying your vacation.
Whew! Glad that’s over!
Or, is it?
The fact is that the purchase of your vacation is only the beginning of the process.
You may not know it now, but questions are going to occur to you that you didn’t think of before you bought your vacation. Not only that, but its very possible that some circumstance in your life will shift causing an adjustment to your vacation plans.
What will you do then?
It really makes a difference where and how you book your trip. It matters where you will call to ask questions or get help when you need it. Not just for big things either. Asking about your airline seat assignment, asking about a bedding request, a question about the tennis courts, a question about restaurants, these things are simple when you book with an agent.
Then what happens after your trip? What if something happens that needs attention during your trip that needs to be addressed afterwards? You need an advocate to whom you matter. Book direct with a hotel or online travel company and getting help after a trip can be a challenge.
It matters where and how you book your trip. Where will you book yours?