Questions Your South America Travel Agency Might Ask You

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July, 24, 2018
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Help them help you.

If you’ve never been to South America—or even if you have, but want to explore somewhere new—it pays to have a South America travel agency to help you through the planning process. That’s where we come in! Here at Surtrek, the leader in custom South American travel, we make your winning travel experience our top priority.

But to make sure we plan (or just help you plan) the perfect trip for you, we need a little insight into exactly what you’re looking for. Here are five questions your South America travel agency might ask when mapping out your next adventure, us included.

Why do you want to go on this trip?

When narrowing down a destination, this is a question you should ask yourself, too. Are you looking for a relaxing getaway? An adventure? Do you want to purposely get out of your comfort zone? Are you trying to create a bonding experience for you and your family? Knowing why you’re going where you’re going is the first step to figuring out your itinerary.

How much physical activity are you comfortable with?

Are you a daredevil skier, or the type of person who’d rather sit in the lounge at the top of the mountain and have a cocktail? Do you have any injuries that prevent you from certain activities? These are all things your South America travel agency should know.

Do you want to try new things?

As local experts with a penchant for adventure, we at Surtrek are always going to suggest out-of-the-box activities you might not expect. The real question is: What are you willing to try? From rare, exotic foods to exciting, foreign cultures, travel offers many new experiences that can push you out of your comfort zone in the best way.

Do you want to have a strict schedule? Or do you like to “go with the flow?”

We can make your itinerary as rigid or lax as you and your group want it to be.

What negative travel experiences have you had?

If you don’t yet know what you want to do on your vacation, at least think about what you don’t want to do. Tell us about any bad travel experiences you’ve had in the past and what you didn’t like about them, and we can suggest and schedule activities and experiences that you’ll love, instead.

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