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Built Into Every Travel Agent

The Deal Hunter

One of the most common reasons travelers decide to book with an agency is because the business provides better deals by shopping around for packages instead of individual experiences. That walking tour you’ve had your eye on may come at a discount when booked with a scuba day, but often these deals are only advertised to agents. A professional can bring these deals to light and introduce you to new experiences you never considered, all at a lower bundled rate.

The Budget Manager

One of the most frustrating aspects of planning a vacation is staying within the parameters of your budget while still getting all of the experiences you’d like on your vacation. If you are clear with your agent about your maximum limit, they can take into account your finances and inform you of all of the possible ways to distribute your spending. They can help you determine which parts of a trip are most important to you-whether it’s eating at the newest restaurants or camping in remote areas-and figure out how to stay below your red line.

The Insider

A travel agent also provides their insider status in the vacation industry. Because they have connections with certain hotel, food, and tourism companies, they can steer you towards activities you are likely to enjoy and deter you from wasting time and money.

The point of a vacation is fun and relaxation. If the weeks leading up to your trip are full of researching and planning, it may be difficult to really enjoy your well-deserved break. Though a one-stop click may seem like the easy way out now, taking the time to meet with a travel agent can pay off in the long run.