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Where do you like to send experienced travelers?


Katie Nelson of TravelPOINTS in Boulder, CO, says, "I would recommend a two-week trip combining Belize and Guatemala for well-traveled clients. They appeal to people who want to feel like they are exploring the undiscovered secrets of a country. Guatemala offers excellent hiking to volcanoes, colorful markets and a rich Mayan culture. Just off the coast of Belize lies the second-largest barrier reef in the world, and it's a playground for sports enthusiasts—whether it is snorkeling, diving, fishing or cave exploration. This Central American region offers much to be discovered!"


"I like to send my well-traveled clients to other parts of the Caribbean, such as Tortola, St. Barts or Anguilla," says Denise Genesio of Liberty Travel in Plymouth Meeting, PA.


"The number one destination I sell in the South Pacific is Australia. This is a destination for people who have been to Europe and on cruises several times and are ready for something a little bigger," says Shirley Simmons of Flite II Travel in Beachwood, OH.

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