Po Box 220
Waverly, PA 18471
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– Celebrating 25 years as a full time travel agent
– Certified Travel Counselor
– Destination Specialist (Caribbean, Hawaii, Mexico, Alaska, North America and more)
– Personalized Service and Attention to details
– Appointments 7 days a week (day or evening) to make Honeymoon Planning convenient for you!
– Honeymoon Registry
Q. When should we start planning our Honeymoon?
A. I suggest between 6-8 months prior, unless it falls over a holiday or other busy event. That way there is time to discuss destinations, research resorts and look at package options.
Q. Can we make an appointment to meet with you?
A. Yes! I take appointments 7 days a week, with enough advance notice. I can meet in the evening or on weekends…whatever is convenient for the bride and grooms busy schedule. Just call me to make an appointment.
Q. What payments are due and when?
A. Most Honeymoon packages only require a minimal deposit, but if airfare is part of that package in many cases the airfare must be paid to lock the price in. Final balances are generally due around 45 days prior to departure.
Q. How does the Honeymoon Registry work?
A. It’s easy….you will be provided with mini-cards to include in your shower invitations. Family and friends can call me and choose any amount they’d like to give. I send them a gift certificate which they can wrap up and present to the bride at her shower. The amount is then deducted from the balance due on your Honeymoon. In some cases, they can purchase tours, spa treatments and other Honeymoon items if the bride and groom prefer.
Q. Will I need a passport?
A. If you are flying outside of the U.S./U.S Territories, then yes…you will need a passport. If you are sailing from a U.S.port on a cruise, no passport is required at the present time. You will want to apply early and give yourself enough time for your passport to be processed and returned to you.
Q. Do any resorts offer special Honeymoon amenities?
A. Absolutely! Many of the resorts in the Caribbean and Mexico will offer complimentary amenities to help the new Bride and Groom celebrate. Every resort offers something a little different, but for most cases you will receive something like wine, breakfast in bed one day, chocolates, etc.
Many resorts require that you provide a copy of your wedding invitation at the time of check-in, but it’s worth it to get a few special extras.
Q. Is an All-Inclusive a good choice?
A. Definitely. You know what you’re paying and what’s included up front. It gets paid before you arrive for check-in so there are no surprises. Plus it’s a great value to include airfare, airport transfers, accommodations, taxes, gratuities, meals, drinks and many activities and entertainment.