Too Busy to Vacate?

Glacier National Park, GNT Group Tour

Glacier National Park, GNT Group Tour

Alaska Cruise

Alaska Cruise

Christmas in NYC!

Christmas in NYC!

“I don’t have time to plan a trip

or spend time with friends!” 

The truth is, you’ll be busy whether you take a vacation or not. A vacation restores your mind, body and spirit so that when you return you can tackle your workload, improve your productivity in the long run. The seemingly limitless destination possibilities on the Web can feel overwhelming. Here are 3 ways to streamline travel and connect with friends.  By definition, we all need to VACATE.  va·cate /ˈvāˌkāt/verb 1. leave (a place that one previously occupied):

1. Travel Professional Connect with a local travel company or one online like www.goodnewstravels.com and embark on a pre-planned excursion with friends (yes, they still exist) and tell the expert your vacation goals, preferences, timing, and budget. You'll receive several amazing vacation options right away or by email if you wish. Decide and go!

2. Take a Cruise. Cruising has become one of the most popular ways of taking vacations for good reasons. Each cruise has a fixed itinerary with onboard activities scheduled from day to night plus tours you can take during stops at ports-of-call. It's a floating vacation that you can book in an instant.

3. Consider Holiday Packages. Booking a vacation that combines flights, hotel, and activities will save you time and money. On a booking site or through your favorite airline or hotel, they will lead to to many options driven by price not experience.  We can help you book confident in your destination.