We miss you, stay safe.

The Let’s Go There campaign is a new industrywide effort to inspire Americans to do what is exciting, safe and productive: make plans to travel. 

Developed by the Let’s Go There Coalition, the goal of the campaign is to reignite America’s sense of wanderlust and encourage travelers to look ahead at their next getaway—whenever the time is right. 

The Let’s Go There, Soon iteration of the campaign heavily emphasizes inspiration as a precursor of planning, with a focus on future travel. Destinations who are currently unable to market out of state—or discouraged from marketing at all—should be able to join the larger campaign through this messaging.

For more information about the Let’s Go There campaign, visit LetsGoThere.travel. To learn about the Let’s Go There Coalition, visit ustravel.org/LetsGoThereCoalition or contact info@letsgothere.travel with questions.

Are you feeling cooped up? Make a list of your biggest concerns.

  • Flying
  • Staying in a Hotel
  • Eating out
  • Being around other people
  • Leaving the US
  • Being quarantined
  • Overall Safety

Once you have organized your concerns it is easier to make a customized plan for now or in the future. Follow along for ideas and reach out with questions.

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About Atouristlife

I am a Certified Travel Associate (CTA), having earned my designation from The Travel Institute, the oldest and most respected non-profit certification organization in the travel industry. I have also earned my CCC and ACC from CLIA the Cruise Line Industry Association as well as multiple other certifications. Let me help create your best experience. Know that you can contact me personally, not a call center if you have an issue during your trip. Things happen, weather happens but I care about you because I know you. I have a vast network of connections to help with all of your needs. I am regularly traveling and educating myself on new destinations and visiting with my suppliers to keep offering Value and Amenities to my Clients. “It’s all about the Journey” Making your dreams a reality. #atouristlife These credentials require that I have at least 18 months of travel industry work experience, completed rigorous certification and testing, and continue to fulfill stringent education credit requirements each year. Much like an accountant or doctor with their respective credentials, my CTA designation means that I am committed to upholding the highest standards of my profession while providing expert advice to my customers.

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