Post # 1
So I’ve been looking into taking a tropical honeymoon since we are getting married in December, has anyone had any luck with honeymoonsinc.com? Just wondering how that all works and if anyone has had any bad experiences or information on how to do this 🙂
Post # 2
Obviously I am a little biased, but a good travel agent really can make or break your trip. Using a travel agent doesn’t cost more than doing it yourself, and they are often able to save you a lot of money, and a lot of stress! Here’s some great questions to ask when interviewing agents:
1. How long have they been in business?
2. Have they traveled to the resort or destination they are recommending within the last 3 years?
3. Why are they recommending this particular resort or destination? Some agents only know and sell Sandals. While they are nice, they are not for everyone,
4. What kind of travel insurance do they offer?
5. What form of payments do they take? Never, ever pay for travel with anything other than your credit card! If they want to pay in cash, run!
6. Will they be available both before and during your trip for questions?
7. What professional certifications do they carry?
Just like any other industry, there are good and bad agents. Deciding who to trust with your trip is a big decision. So ask your friends for references, and interview a couple of agents before you proceed.