Category: Holiday Travel (page 2 of 2)

Top 5 Holiday Travel Scams



Traveling during the holidays is one of the most exciting times of the year. Visiting with friends and family, enjoying holiday activities and food, getting away from home and exchanging presents are at the top of the to-do list. While this is one of the most giving times of the year, it is also important to remember that with such a high volume of travelers, unfortunately, the number travel scams that occur does in fact increase. We wanted to provide you with some of the most common travel scams and ways to avoid them so you won’t have any disruptions during your perfect holiday season!

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Busiest Times to Travel in the Summer

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Summer is the busiest time of year to travel. School is out so families plan most vacations during this time. The weather is more consistently warm so many people take time off from work to be outdoors. With so many people taking advantage of summertime, travel by any means of transportation is bound to be busy. However, there are certain times during the summer that are particularly busier than others:
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Holiday Travel Tips

holiday tipsThat time of the year is finally here and many of us will soon be traveling for the holidays! While the holidays are one of the best times of the year, we all know that traveling during this time can be expensive, busy, and stressful. There are ways to make traveling much more manageable and we wanted to provide you with some travel tips that will help ease the stress, and allow you to have the best holiday season possible.
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Tips for Thanksgiving Travel Insurance

thanksgivingpicThanksgiving travel plans are nearing close, and we want to remind you of the benefits of investing in a travel insurance plan in order to protect you and your family while traveling for the holiday. Many people only think to purchase travel insurance if they are planning a long, far away trip that they see as potentially dangerous. Truth is, the chances for travel disruptions are always there, especially when traveling during one of the busiest seasons. We’ve provided some of the most important reasons to invest in travel insurance for your Thanksgiving travel plans!
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Memorial Day Travel Tips

Memorial Day weekend is known as the start to the Summer travel season, and many people take advantage of the extra day off from work and head on vacation with friends or family. With so many individuals planning to travel at the same time, it is important to follow a few tips to help make the weekend go as smoothly as possible!
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Travel Trends for 2014

Overall, 2013 was a great year for the travel industry with a higher average of travelers and much more interest for individuals getting back out there to explore the world. With technology quickly evolving, 2013 was a year that introduced and reinvented the way we travel from the way we book, way we travel, to the way we order room service. Now that we have entered 2014, the travel industry is already looking promising and is guaranteed to continue bringing us fabulous new improvements. Here are a few of the biggest travel trends to keep your eyes out for during 2014!
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Driving in a Winter Wonderland!

With the hustle and bustle of the holidays in full swing, it’s no secret that people are more stressed as they begin to experience long waits and unexpected challenges while traveling. Regardless if you are driving or flying, you can count on more delays than you would experience in the warmer months.
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How to Protect Your Family Travel Plans

Traveling during the holiday season can be extremely stressful, whether it is experiencing delays as you travel across the country or even missing your connection while traveling internationally to see your loved ones. What makes this experience even worse is when you are delayed due to stubborn weather. Under our Travel Insured policies, we have benefits which can make your holiday stress into holiday joy.
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