TRAVEL ADVISOR - TRAVEL HUB 365
Channing is currently the team leader for a Children's Program that serves blind and visually impaired kids in Central Florida. She attended the Florida State University for degrees within Visual Disabilities Education and Orientation & Mobility (cane travel). Channing completed 4 years with a public school district serving blind students at their respective schools. She now works with the non-profit to serve students ages 6-13 in after-school and weekend programming.
Travel-wise, Channing has planned every trip for her family and friends since she can remember. She has great passion in site planning, connecting resources, and coordinating times before the actual travel event occurs. She grew up a Military Brat and has visited many areas within the United States over the course of her life. Channing's booking experience started as an online agent working with a host company for a little over a year. Mostly, she served clients through family and friend connections, and mostly word-of-mouth. She is dedicated to her individual clients and believes that sewing quality work allows one to reap satisfying rewards.
Would you like to contact Channing? Email: Channing@travelhub365.net or call 646-747-0984
Thank you for finding Travel Hub 365, and showing interest in our cruise program. My role here is to be a cruise expert and provide our clients with a high touch, and efficient planning experience that presents tailored options that will meet and exceed your expectations. Additionally, our affiliation with Virtuoso provides us with extended amenities that the client will not be able to receive if they booked it themselves.
The Millennial Movement – Changing the Face of Travel One Booking at a Time
Millennials. The love to hate age group known for their mostly contradictory behavior. The dichotomy between searching for instant-gratification through incessant need for change and the constant seeking of advice and guidance through any and all outlets seems to sum up where their heads are at. While many employers attribute these various “faults”, per-se, to a downfall in the workforce, the travel industry is only benefitting from them. Over the last few years, the travel and tourism industry has been on a steady upward trend, with millennials being a main driving factor for this growth. But what exactly is driving this new itch for adventure, and how can the travel industry keep up, continuing to curate and personalize trips that meet millennials’ needs?
The idea of swimming amongst penguins and hiking through lava beds during the same itinerary sounds disbelieving, yet on the Galapagos islands, this illusive concept can become a reality. Located off of Ecuador’s coast, these unique islands have become a sought-after travel destination for many reasons, particularly for its extensive views of remote and abundant beauty.
Although MSC Cruises is a part of the Mediterranean Shipping Company, their destinations are far from secluded to just this section of the world. With 12 ships currently and 2 more on the way just this year, the cruise line covers its fair share of Europe, extending down into the Caribbean and South America, and even reaching the most exotic of areas such as South Africa and Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Sir Bani Yas. As a European Immersive experience, MSC offers much more to look forward to than just the destination ahead.
Perfectly rolled cigars, fresh mint muddled mojitos, and the chance to finally experience an untouched country like never before. Now that relations with Cuba have allowed for Americans to freely travel here, the country is booming with a newfound sensation: tourism. Many commercial airlines have been jetting off to this country, offering direct flights from all over the country. Cruise lines have gotten on board with this trend as well, providing many coveted packages to travel the 90 miles from Miami Beach. It seems as though every day the regulations for visiting become leaner, but with such ambiguity behind the constant changes, what do you really need to know before touching down in Havana?