Life is golden when taking your annual vacation
You're retired, and if you've stumbled onto this page you probably love travel. According to AARP's 2017 survey, travel is at the top 83% of Baby Boomers bucket list. Once the realization sets in that you’re actually free and have time, energy, and a travel budget, your next step is planning a few trips with All-Travel. Many of our advisors are in your exact position and have decided to dedicate their senior years to traveling abroad and helping others discover their passion for Wanderlust. .
With the majority of your responsibilities in the rear view, how about touring Europe with a personal driver? Not like the years you spent waiting in traffic or commuting on a subway. We are talking about relaxing while you explore foreign countries with one of our expert tour directors. Maybe your daily job left you with barely enough energy to make dinner. Pick up your last paycheck and bed adieu to your envious co-workers as you sail off on a luxury cruise that lets you recover without lifting a finger. Well, except waving one to summon your next poolside cocktail.
Travel Insurance with AIG Travel Guard
We have plans. Lots of them. Why? So you can easily find the one that fits. And with our plans, it’s not just about coverage. It’s about unique services. Lost your bag? We can help track it with Bag Trak®. Or we can cover your losses if it isn’t found. It’s simple. We have the coverage options and assistance services you want for your globetrotting travels. Read More
Future Cruise Credits What to know
If you are holding on tight to your Future Cruise Credits (FCCs) waiting for the perfect time and itinerary to put them back in use, many of them expire soon! Now is a great time to check the status of your FCC with an All-Travel Travel Advisor. Read More
Real ID Deadline Extension
Starting on May 3, 2023 travelers who elect to use a state-issued driver’s license at Transportation Security Administration (TSA) airport checkpoints must ensure that they are Real ID-compliant, which is designated by a star in a circle in the upper right corner of the license. Read More