Here we are in the fall of 2020. Many of you have cancelled plans to travel this year and are wondering about next year’s chances. The travel industry as a whole is working hard to welcome you back with cleaner environments and extra safety precautions. Cruises, especially, are held to higher standards than resorts, hotels and tours.
Everyone needs to assess their personal risk whenever traveling. Now, more than ever before, the rules and regulations for each destination are changing. That is why I am here to help you navigate this new world of emerging travel. By traveling with me, I can help answer questions and reduce the anxiety of travel requirements and help you have the best possible experience.
I need something to look forward to. Even if I am unable to travel, I need to at least have trips on the calendar to look forward to and hope for. In 2021, I have three group trips that I am promoting and traveling with. Click on the links to see a full itinerary for each trip.
This cruise has a refundable deposit up until your final payment is due. Once final is paid, if the cruise line cancels, you will have the option of a refund or a future cruise credit, in many cases. A full explanation of the terms and conditions is available at the time we hold a cabin. Tim and I would love to take this trip with you. It will be an early 30 year anniversary trip for us.
This tour is a reschedule from this fall that was cancelled. We already have folks who are signed up to travel, but we still have a few spots left to fill. I would love to see us take the whole bus with our group! Tour buses are following strict social distancing rules and are employing more guides for smaller group tours at local stops. Our tour manager, who travels with us, will help to navigate the trip and be on hand for any unforeseen needs. This trip has a $250 per person non-refundable deposit. However, if the tour is cancelled, your deposit can be refunded or moved to a new date.
Think European Christmas Markets! This river cruise starts in Vienna, Austria and ends with an overnight in Prague. This sections of the Danbue covers many great towns and villages, with an option to head to Salzburg to see the setting of “The Sound of Music” and hear the story behind the Christmas carol “Silent Night”. Unpack only once and relax as we float down the river and explore the sights and sounds of a European Christmas. Non-refundable deposit of $250 per person is due at registration.
All of these great trips are open for booking. Please let me know if you’d like pricing or more information to help you make a choice. If you need something to look forward to in 2021, join me on any or all of these upcoming trips!