What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?
1. When working with a travel consultant, you are working with a professional in that industry. Most professionals charge a consulting or management fee which covers their time and expertise. A travel professional will often charge a fee to cover the time it takes them to research your destination, get you the best deals and put the information together in a packaged, understandable form in order to share it with you.
2. Determine whether price or value is more important to you. If PRICE is the main consideration, let your travel professional know what price they need to beat in order to get your business.
3. Have a realistic budget in mind and be honest with your travel professional about what it is.
4. Tell your travel professional your preferences (likes and dislikes). The more they know you, the better they will be able to plan a vacation that will meet your particular needs.