From our jobs to our personal lives, the economic downturn of the past few years has affected everyone of us in some way. And, of course, we certainly realize that due to this, a vacation may be the last thing on your mind.
But, come on. Everyone deserves a break. And some of you may think that means going online to find the cheapest possible deals; shaving off a few bucks here and there, not necessarily realizing the service that you are giving up on.
Whether it is $500 or $5000, the money you spend on a vacation should go the distance, and you should be confident that the amount you are spending (no matter how much it is) is worth it.
In our opinion, this doesn't mean that you should try to cut corners by going to discount travel websites. Often times, you may not even realize what you're getting is not what you wanted.
This is why we believe in what we do. Personally, I would rather spend a little more money to have direct access to someone who can answer questions about the destination I'm traveling to. Someone who can give me a recommendation about a great local restaurant or give me advice about which museums to visit. Vacations are going to expensive, even if they are priced low, because you've worked hard for the money that you're spending.
Have you ever taken a lower-priced offer for a trip and then end up spending more once away because certain inclusions were cut out? If you really want to plan a budget-friendly vacation, sometimes it is better to include things like meals and day trips to begin with so that no one has to worry about these expenses during the trip. You don't want to worry about your spending money every day and not actually enjoy your vacation, do you?
That's why we want to help you plan your vacations - whether for a group or for yourself - so that you can be sure your budget is met and you will actually have a relaxing vacation.