Personalize Your Trip to You, Not the Other Way Around

Personalize Your Trip to You, Not the Other Way Around
You don’t want to go just anywhere out there. You want to go somewhere that is going to call to you. This is a perk of being able to use a travel tailor that is going to fit a vacation for you and your wants and needs.

It is true that you can jump into a relationship with a travel destination only to find out that this was not the travel destination or vacation you had in mind. It happens to the best of us, we have all been there.

Customize Your Perfect Vacation
DMC Travel Tailor works to customize that perfect vacation so this is something that does not happen. You need to have the vacation destination that speaks to you; DMC Travel Tailor will assess your wants and needs to find out what type of vacation is going to get your blood moving. They have access to global partners around the world through their Virtuoso affiliation where clients receive exclusive perks and benefits they cannot find on their own.

Trust in the ability of DMC Travel Tailor and go out on a vacation that is not only going to test your abilities but gives you great memories and makes you do so much more than you ever thought you were capable of. You may event discover another aspect of yourself in this far off place.

Take some time off, put your feet up and allow someone else to handle all of the vacation details. You shouldn’t have to plan another mundane trip. Book something that you’re going to actually love, something that is going to fill you with passion.

Be the one person that is going on a trip to the heart, of the wants, needs, and desires that you have. DMC Travel Tailor will make sure that the vacation they put together is the vacation that is tailored to you.

Are you ready to book a vacation that is going to be one that you will never forget? Try something new, take a leap of faith and go all in.

Plan a Stress Free Travel Getaway to Escape the Everyday Stress

Plan a Stress-Free Travel Getaway to Escape the Everyday Stress
You, yes you! You need a break to feel more rested and restored. Sometimes, you also need to get away from the everyday stress that you are drowning in right now. Sure, stress eating can be an escape, but there is one thing that you really need to do to get away for a while – travel! Escape physically and mentally from your daily routine of stress to feel restored and recharged. You will surely need that before start sinking yourself into your work again. Traveling can be a way to find yourself again and a way to have more time to think. Most important, traveling is a way to create a quality time with your loved ones.

Eliminate Stress: Travel with Ease
If a pre-established travel package is not the solution, then what will help you in eliminating the stress of planning travel? You can still travel and escape the reality. No worries, Daniele and Stefany have your back! Ever heard of tailor-made travel? Everything will still be arranged just like a travel package, but there will be a unique itinerary that you will create to suit your style, lifestyle, and taste.

Someone to Tailor Your Unique Travel Itinerary
But of course, as a traveler, especially first-time traveler, you may not have an idea about the place you are going. That is why you need someone to create an itinerary that will compliment what kind of experiences you really want. You need someone who has an experience in traveling, traveled to 47 countries and 28 islands (and counting), has the knowledge managing the needs of travelers and loves in assisting others with their travel dreams. That someone is Stefany Di Manno Ceccato, Co-Founder/Dream Travel Designer of DMC Travel Tailor.
Before you will even utter the words “this can be expensive,” DMC Travel Tailor definitely knows how to create a unique itinerary designed, not just to suit your taste, but also to suit your budget. DMC Travel Tailor can work with different budgets, but they do specialize in luxury travel with Virtuoso as their affiliation. Virtuoso is the leading global luxury network that has many of the top hotels, tour and cruise operators.

Are you planning to have that getaway ticket from your everyday stress? Take a break; you need it! It is time to contact DMC Travel Tailor.

Top Events on the Sports Calendar

The excitement of March Madness has come and gone, but now that it’s safe to go outside again, the spring sports calendar is warming up. Even if you can’t make it this year, these are dream items to stick on your bucket list and resurrect each time the flowers start blooming again.

Baseball is back

Opening Day has arrived, with all 30 Major League teams beginning their season last Thursday. It was the first time in 50 years that all MLB teams opened play on the same day. Whether it’s your goal to visit every stadium, take advantage of interleague play to see your team in an unfamiliar city or just invade your bitter rival’s ballpark, there are some great weekends to be designed around taking yourself out to the ball game. Minnesota and Cleveland will play a two-game series in San Juan, Puerto Rico, on April 17-18 and this year’s All-Star Game is July 17 in Washington, D.C.

The Masters

Augusta National in Georgia is always a big draw with the azaleas in bloom and the pimento cheese sandwiches plentiful. This year is a particularly hot ticket with the recent form of 14-time major champion Tiger Woods tantalizing fans as he seeks to end a 10-year major drought. Some oddsmakers have made Woods the favorite to win his fourth green jacket. Dustin Johnson, Rory McIlroy, and Justin Thomas are also projected to be near the top of the leaderboard at the tournament, which begins Thursday and concludes Sunday.

The Kentucky Derby

The Most Exciting Two Minutes in Sports runs for 144th time May 5 at Louisville’s Churchill Downs. Though the race itself is over in a heartbeat, the party lasts all weekend, with mint juleps flowing freely and ladies sporting garish hats. The Run for the Roses — the winning horse is presented with a garland of 554 roses — kicks off racing’s Triple Crown, which continues with the Preakness Stakes on the third Saturday in May and the Belmont Stakes in June.

The French Open

As if you needed an excuse to go to Paris, this year’s edition of the French Open will feature the King of Clay, Rafael Nadal, going for an unprecedented 11th title on the men’s side, with no Roger Federer to stand in his way. On the women’s side, three-time champion Serena Williams will make her to Roland Garros after missing last year because of pregnancy. The tournament begins May 27 and ends June 10.

The World Cup

The U.S. men’s team failed to qualify for the first time since 1986, but this year’s tournament in Russia should be full of intrigue on and off the pitch. Five-time winner Brazil is the betting favorite, with defending champion Germany also a strong contender. This could also be the last best chance for Lionel Messi to lead Argentina to international glory after falling short in several tournament finals, including the 2014 World Cup. Russia has relaxed visa requirements for ticket holders, but do be on the lookout for hooligans. The tournament kicks off June 14 with Russia playing host to Saudi Arabia, and the final is July 15 in Moscow.

Must-See Spring Blooms

Depending on where you live, it might not yet be evident, but it is officially Spring in the Northern Hemisphere. Soon enough, birdsongs will fill the air and everything will be in blossom. While there is an abundance of festivals celebrating the renaissance of greenery, these places’ blooms are among the best.

 

Washington, D.C.

Peaking near the end of March, the famed cherry blossoms turn the Tidal Basin into a dazzling canvas of pink and white. Gifts from Japan more than a century ago, the cherry trees have come to symbolize the start of spring in our nation’s capital. There are nearly 4,000 trees in 11 varieties near the National Mall, and peak bloom is expected this week. The National Cherry Blossom Festival runs until April 15.

 

Japan

The ancestral home of D.C.’s cherry trees, Japan has several areas throughout its islands that are great for viewing sakura. Utilizing the bullet train system, visitors can make their quickly from south to north as the warm weather and blooms spread in late March and early April. Set against the backdrop of a 400-year-old, the blossoms in Hirosaki are particularly worth checking out. Shinjuku Gyoen in Tokyo is a reliable spot thanks to its proliferation of early- and late-blooming trees. Chureito Pagoda in the shadow of Mount Fuji is among the most picturesque spots.

 

The Netherlands

Obsessed with the flower since the Tulip Mania of the 17th century, the Dutch have cultivated the world’s finest tulip garden at Keukenhof in Lisse, South Holland. About 7 million bulbs are planted across 79 acres and pop up in a variety of bright colors. The park opened last week and remains open until May 13. The best time to see the bulbs is usually mid-April, during which time river cruises designed around tulip viewing are in high demand.

 

Morocco

High in the Atlas Mountains, a 6-hour drive from Marrakech lies M’Goun Valley, aka the Valley of Roses. Between April and mid-May, the valley yields 3,000-4,000 tons of wild roses. Used in the production of perfumes, oils, soaps and rose water, the plants have also inspired an annual Rose Festival in May. According to legend, the flowers were introduced to the area by a Berber trader from Damascus, and the sweet-smelling Damask roses are now a highly sought-after prize among France’s top perfumers.

 

France

The lavender fields of Provence aren’t in full bloom until mid-June, but they are more than worth the wait. The Luberon countryside erupts in purples and blues until harvesting is complete in mid-August, filled with gorgeous sights and smells. Charming hill towns such as Aurel and Sault make for a beautiful staging area for a driving tour, and the fields around the Abbey of Senanque are the perfect setting for a photo, so long as you arrive early in the morning or late in the evening to avoid the throngs.

Flight Tips: How to Get Over Jet Lag

Flight Tips: How to Get Over Jet Lag

Have you taken a flight and when you arrive at the destination you feel like you’re totally worn down? Jet lags are common experiences travelers face and they could quickly turn that fancy flight into a hell of exhaustion – you feel like you want to be at home even before you explore your destination.

The body is naturally programmed to react and respond to things based on the 24-hour clock. That’s why you wake up when it’s daylight and you sleep when it’s dusk. The circadian rhythms control these body responses and routines. However, when you take a flight, your circadian rhythm is disrupted.

During the flight, you move through different time zones something that can cause extreme fatigue with symptoms such as loss of appetite, loss of memory, lack of concentration, bowel problems, and indigestion. Depending on your state of health, age, or stress levels, jet lag effects can vary and will take different periods of time for an individual to recover.

If you are a keen travel planner, you want to observe a couple of things just to prevent having jet lag. Before you take your flight, make sure you relax your schedule so that you minimize stress. Also, have a healthy sleep before that day you take your flight. Sometimes travelers end up having a few hours of sleep before they fly – it could be due to excitement or deliberately attempting to tire yourself hoping to sleep during the flight. That’s a big mistake we make and it can make it difficult for you adjust to the new time zones you get through during the flight.

Before the flight, avoid drinking that gin and tonic because the effects of alcohol tend to worsen at higher altitude and this can increase dehydration and tiredness causing you more problems with jet lag. You may think that sleeping pills will help, but that’s not true. Avoid taking them and probably opt for something like herbal tea.

Now that you know what to do to avoid jet lag, why not plan your next holiday trip with DMC Travel Tailor and explore your dream destination in fun and joy.

Choosing the Right Luxury Vacation Plan

If you are the kind of person who is always looking forward to planning the next trip, you might already have some experience planning trips out. However, a lot of people might find it hard to pinpoint exactly where they want to travel and how they want to do it. With so many options out there that are now easily accessible to everyone, things can get complicated. Traveling to popular cities or beaches can imply having to deal with large crowds and uncomfortable situations. And there might be a bunch of places you are interested in getting to know without knowing where to start.

You’re Not Alone

They say two heads think better than one, and you will not believe the kind of things that DMC Travel will be able to offer; there will probably be several you haven’t even thought about. DMC Travel is a luxury travel agency that specializes in tailoring the perfect trip for each person. With them, you will be able to talk to a luxury dream travel designer. What this means is that, based on your needs, wants and even things you might not have considered yet, this person will be able to offer a plan, unlike anything you’ve experienced before. Luxury travel is still exclusive and with DMC Travel’s help, you will be able to have a life-changing experience.

A dream travel designer’s job is to listen to their clients, pitch in with ideas and help the client decide what it is that they’ve been looking for. With personalized service, each client will be able to find the options that will fit together like a puzzle to ensure they have a perfect luxury vacation. So if you are ready to start planning your next trip, get in touch with DMC Travel Tailor to make sure you make the most out of it!