How do I know what to take with me on a trip?
As a single, will I be paired up with someone?
How often do we stop? Is there a restroom on the motor coach?
Are special dietary restrictions a problem?
How much baggage can I bring?
Can a friend from another city join me on tour, or for a dinner or visit at one of our destinations?
Can I extend my vacation to visit friends or relatives?
I have some trouble walking long distances. Will I be able to participate and enjoy the trip?
Having said that, let us assure you that people with mobility restrictions are welcome on our vacations. Many of our travelers are over 70 (or even 80 or 90), something we keep in mind when planning our itineraries. We would be happy to consult with you personally should you have questions regarding the amount of walking, elevations, etc., on a particular tour.
How does your company deal with Chronic Complainers?
We are looking to learn, discover and have fun together. Our groups are often complimented on their positive attitude by tourism professionals and other travelers while on the road. Life is too short for making yourself and others around you miserable due to little things that are bound to occur. Travel is by nature an inexact science. Problem travelers will kindly be asked to apply elsewhere.