TourTakers Dream Vacations Launches New Online Travel Site

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Alan and Judie Sherin, owners of TourTakers Dream Vacations, are celebrating the recent launch of their newest endeavor, TourTakers.com, a website they say is dedicated to helping the modern traveler avoid the hassles of an agency and the Internet.

The “un-travel travel agency,” as they call it, was designed out of a desire to assist people suffering from travel search engine overload. To keep overhead costs low, TourTakers doesn’t have a storefront location; they provide everything needed by clients online via their website. TourTakers aim to provide the same pricing found on major travel search engines and customizable vacation packages for travelers for simple, one-stop-shop vacation planning.

TourTakers specializes in all-in-one vacations for any travel style, budget or destination. Their goal is to provide a complete package to travelers by completing the hours of research spent on coordination, logistics, rules and regulations and avoiding loopholes for them, so all the party has left to do is enjoy their trip. The TourTakers office hours are seven days a week, 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., PST.

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Destinations presently offered by TourTakers include Alaskan and Caribbean cruises, European river cruises, all-inclusive resorts and all-in-one escorted tours.

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