2011 August

August 2011

Visa requirements to Brazil Brazil has a reciprocal visa policy with all countries, meaning that whenever prices and restrictions are applied to Brazilian visiting a country, Brazil adopts the same measures for that country’s visitors. Citizens from Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay may enter the country with a valid ID card […]

Airfare for Groups -What you need to know Airline Information – Hubs/Gateway Cities Booking Direct – Why Not to Do it Yourself Flying as a Courier – Reality Check Isn’t it cheaper to buy a ticket from Miami? – Misconception vs. Reality Latin America Airfares – Facts you Should Know The best way to start […]

How to Find Low Airfare

August 25, 2011

Finding Low Airfare Book Far in Advance – Reserving months in advance will allow you to secure enough seats on the flight, give you time to collect the money from members in your group and give you the best chance at the lowest fare.   Travel Off-peak – The best group discounts are found on […]

It can happen anywhere, but if faced with unexpected travel charges in a country like Mexico, consumer protection laws are not the same. To prevent unauthorized charges from occurring, it is recommended that travelers purchase a pre-paid debit credit card and load it with an amount needed to cover hotel expenses (lodging plus fees).

Since airfare is paid for in advance, using your everyday credit card is acceptable and unless a person is concerned about having to pay an additional baggage-related fee, most consumers already know how much their airfare (plus taxes and fees) will cost.