5 PROVEN WAYS TO MAXIMIZE GETTING TO YOUR BUCKET LIST FINISH LINE
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BENEFITS OF TRAVELING WITH A GROUP
Through All Places Traveled, LLC I work with families, clubs and groups to create fun-filled experiences bringing travelers together. Whatever the occasion, nothing can be left to chance and All Places Traveled, LLC can help! As a group travel specialist, I take care of all the planning and coordination for your group, while you focus on the vacation of a lifetime! How do you move from a group travel bucket-list dream to reality?
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TRAVEL REGISTRY SERVICES
Are you one of those modern couples who already has all the pots, pans and china that you could ever use? One of the latest trends in Honeymoon/Romance travel is the use of a "Honeymoon Registry". I can work with you to choose the perfect honeymoon, and once the reservations are made, I can set up an online registry through which you can have your guests contribute to the cost of the trip, instead of purchasing another silver flower vase! I recently had a bridal couple who requested honeymoon registry gifts in lieu of traditional wedding gifts and actually ended up raising the funds to pay for 85% of the total trip cost!
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Did you know that All Places Traveled, LLC is proud to be an SNG Certified Accessible Travel Advocate?
Our preferred special needs equipment provider is Special Needs Group/Special Needs at Sea. They are dedicated to fulfilling the mobility, oxygen, and hearing requirements for the traveling public. We are proud to work with Special Needs Group/Special Needs at Sea for your mobility and oxygen needs so that you can access your bucket-list destination!
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5 SPECIAL NEEDS/SENSORY FRIENDLY TRAVEL FOR FAMILIES, CHILDREN AND ADULTS
As an agency affiliated with the Autism on the Seas program, I am becoming more and more aware and educated on what is being offered in the travel industry for families, in particular those on the Autism spectrum or those with sensory processing disorders. Here is a great newsletter article on sensory-friendly travel in Atlanta.