Safety Products for Travel

Here are some products we recommend to keep yourself and your belongings a little safer as you experience the world. We chose these products with solo women travellers in mind but anyone can use them. We would appreciate if you would use the links provided if you want to make a purchase! Feel free to... Continue Reading →

Women who travel solo

A new demographic of travelers we see emerging these days are women who enjoy traveling and exploring the world on their own. The world can be a dangerous place for women, many countries around the globe still don't treat women the way they deserve to be treated. Some even have laws which limit what women... Continue Reading →

Puerto Vallarta

I had the pleasure of visiting Puerto Vallarta, Mexico in December as part of the Transat network's first ever same-sex destination wedding fam, and I've gotta tell you, it was an amazing experience all around. There were about 30 travel agents across Canada that attending the informative week-long experience, learning about which resorts not only... Continue Reading →

Hurricane season

As many of you are well aware with the news filling up with Hurricane Florence reports, peak hurricane season is in full force! Hurricane What does this mean for your travel plans? We are here to help guide you through the turbulence of changed or canceled vacations due to hurricanes. First of all, before setting... Continue Reading →

Why is travel insurance important?

Picture it: You are on your dream vacation, nothing could be more perfect! Beautiful sunsets, white sand beaches, turquoise ocean, and then BAM! You run into a palm tree and break your arm.  Ok, so that might be a little far fetched, but anything can happen no matter where you are and I'm sure we... Continue Reading →

Discover Canada’s North!

Oh, Canada.  Our true north, strong & free! It's time to discover our true north in Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavut. With 1/3 of Canada's land mass, it only has 100,000 people living there, with more than half being aboriginal (Inuit, Metis or First Nations). Now just think of the culture you can experience here... Continue Reading →

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