Seven Quick & Easy Tips to Prevent the Flu

The 2011-2012 flu season officially starts this Saturday, October 1st. Influenza’s nasty symptoms include fever, body aches, runny nose, sore throat, nausea and sometimes vomiting and diarrhea. To keep you in tip-top traveling condition, we’re offering you 7 quick and easy tips to help prevent the flu. 1.    First and foremost, get your flu shot!…

Safety Tips for Your Next Hiking Trip

Fall’s pleasant temperatures and gorgeous leaves have a lot of outdoor enthusiasts ready for a hiking vacation. Whether you’re hiking international trails, or staying close to home, these tips will help you plan a safe and enjoyable hiking adventure. Research your options. The home page of the National Park Service is a great place to…

Top 5 Reasons Travel Agents Should Offer On Call Memberships

We just returned from the Travel Retailing and Destination Expo, hosted by the American Society of Travel Agents (ASTA). We had a blast talking to agents and networking with others in the travel industry, as well as sharing with everyone just why having travel assistance is so important for every trip! Many people rely on…

Road Trip: How to Drive Safely in Mexico

Taking to the road to explore neighbor to the south? Driving around Mexico offers great opportunities to see the sights off the beaten path. With the right precautions, you’ll be set for an amazing adventure. Here are some tips to help make your trip safer: *Always purchase insurance. If you’re involved in an automobile accident…

Tips for Safe and Fun Labor Day Travel

The end of summer is upon us. As everyone prepares for cooler weather and back to school, many are planning Labor Day trips for summer’s last hurrah. Whether you’re planning a long weekend of camping, visiting the beach, or staying with family, here are some tips to help make sure your travels are safe and…