Neither natural disasters nor intestinal bugs are a match for the joy of a Caribbean cruise. Eighteen months after Hurricane Maria, the islands are in demand again.
From the best ways to handle payment details and deadlines to documentation and signed waivers, travel advisors give their top 10 tips for travel booking success.
Cruise lines are stepping up to host a growing number of multigenerational families taking to the ocean together for new shared adventures.
It’s time to begin asking your customers if they have Real ID-compliant identification, and adding reminders to all bookings for travel beginning October 2020.
The Caribbean continues to top the destination list, with the Mediterranean and other European spots holding steady, as other regions expand.
Travel advisors were abuzz this weekend over closures at Beaches Resort Turks and Caicos, which will impact customers through 2021 and caught many travel agents completely off guard.
It’s a year of more ships, more flights and less legroom. And some say 2019 is also the Year of the Travel Agent. We asked some professionals why they think that is.
Kristina Raykinstein gave up a career in banking to become a travel agent. Here’s how she doubled her earnings while working from home.
At $6,000 a month, you can see the world onboard the first of four Oceania ships that have been lightened and brightened.
Here is a roundup of the more than two dozen new properties that will open around the world in 2019 — and why you should consider sending your customers to them.