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Let Jess.Travel Be Your Personal Travel Planner

My family and I love to travel, but we live in separate states, which can make traveling a bit complicated. Normally, twice a year we head to the beaches of North or South Carolina. We've been going for twenty plus years, ever since we first moved to the Carolinas. Our plans don't tend to stray much from the normal routine of beach, food, more beach time, and family games. There's usually a boat or ferry ride in there, a trip to the aquarium, and of course local shopping.

With eight of us in the family, we tend to plan out meals before we go and then we bring what we can, that way we don't have to spend too much time grocery shopping on the first day. It's a different ball game when you're traveling with kids, too. Check out our tips for traveling with kids when you're making your travel plans. Tons of crockpot meals and beach picnics with a few nights to eat at local spots are usually on the schedule. We like order when we go away, and with our ages ranging from 4-62, there's a lot of planning and prep work that goes into making sure that our trips go smoothly and everyone is entertained on an age-appropriate level. With a carefully planned out beach trip next week, I got to thinking about the amount of time and effort we had to put in because of Covid-19. While we had the time and energy to research, join local beach groups, and learn what businesses are and are not open, many people don't.

So many families that are planning on traveling this year may not have the time or resources to research their trip beforehand. With how the world is now, you want to make sure that where you are going, and what you plan to do is safe, and is open for business. Who wants to plan a trip to a zip line course, only to find out it hasn't re-opened yet or is only taking groups by appointment. That would be a huge blow and would make for some cranky families. If you're planning on taking a vacation or small trip this year, there's really no better time or opportunity to hire a Personal Travel Planner, like Jess with Jess.Travel.

Now, I know what you're thinking, you don't need a travel agent, but Jess isn't a travel agent. She's a personal travel planner that will make your life so much easier. She takes the guesswork out of planning your trip by interviewing you to find out where you're going and what you like to do and want to accomplish on your trip. She then starts to research the area, businesses, and restaurants on your behalf, and then you get to approve or deny what she has chosen for your adventure. If you like what's on the agenda, you'll go ahead and book your trip with her. She takes care of all of it for you, all you have to do is show up, and enjoy your trip.

So what makes this different than using a travel agency? Jess asks questions about your trip in detail, giving you room to talk to her and let her know exactly what you're looking for on your trip. There is a per-day charge, meaning if you only want her to plan out 2-3 days of your trip, you will only be charged for those days, meaning there are no large, unexplained fees to just plan out and book a few days, but the same goes if she plans the whole trip for you, making it extremely affordable to have a Travel Planner. Your itinerary is sent to you view a downloadable PDF, or you can use their App, and have it conveniently at your fingertips!

While my current travel and itinerary have already been planned, I fully intend to take advantage of Jess.Travel's free pricing quote for our next trip! If you've been thinking of taking a trip but are concerned because of the current world situation, why not give Jess.Travel a try and see what they can do for you.

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