Here are practical tips for travel advisors to proactively prepare their clients before they head out to explore the globe.
Hear what’s being said about the region’s hotels, airports, taxis and neighborhoods — and the fact that 45,000 Americans and Canadians live in Puerto Vallarta.
Use your ten, not five, senses to inspire and influence people to travel. Here’s how to do it.
This selling tactic helps travel advisors create unlimited opportunities for clients to have that new-destination feeling on return visits to familiar destinations.
Travel advisors must master the art of listening to the client to determine their needs and wants. Then the ‘telling and selling’ takes over.
What motivates people to travel? Why do they want to go to the mountain tops and do yoga at the beach? Here are four reasons that will help travel advisors sell vacations that revitalize and restore.
How do the seasons affect travel plans, and what can travel advisors do about it? Here are four ways to put the end-of-summer anxiety about change into perspective.
Discover the niche side of the destination, through a field report describing the city's offerings for foodies, history and entertainment buffs, art aficionados, and outdoor adventurists.
Survey shows that travel agents are perceived as value providers rather than transaction facilitators. But, can you deliver the goods?
Many of the myths about Cuba — the food, the tourism infrastructure, the attitude of locals toward tourism, and even the availability of WiFi — have been turned on their head over the last few years.