Show Off Your Traveling Expertise as a CP Travel Ambassador

Show Off Your Traveling Expertise as a CP Travel Ambassador

One of the perks of being a CP (Cruise Planners) Travel Ambassador, aside from being your own boss, is the opportunity to travel the world.

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Cruise Planners has an extensive network of experienced advisors who have traveled extensively, and CP’s Travel Ambassador Program is one way to show it off. From Antarctica to the Galapagos to the wilds of South Africa, cruise planners are the leading experts on cruise and land travel around the world!

One of the perks of being a travel consultant, aside from being your own boss, is the chance to see the world and bring that knowledge to others and share that joy.

Travel consultants become the “eyes and ears” of their clients when they travel, looking to them for the best excursions, destinations and restaurants. Clients count on you to know the destinations, and one of the best ways is to travel.

Here are some of the CP Travel Ambassadors and their adventures abroad, while exploring and working at the same time.

It is not necessary to believe in evolution to truly experience and enjoy the wonders of the Galapagos. Famous for its unspoiled beauty and natural habitat for animals and wildlife, the Galapagos is often referred to as a bucket list destination for many. CP Debra Thune Travel Ambassador and her husband Tony had the opportunity to explore the islands with Celebrity Cruises.

What was your favorite memory?

Absolutely everything! But, if I had to choose just one thing, I would say swimming with penguins. I love penguins, and I was hoping to see only one. Not only did we see hundreds of penguins, but swimming with them was more than a dream come true!

Image courtesy of Debra Thune, Cruise Planners Franchise Ownerr

Main excursions and landmarks and sites to visit:

  • Giant Tortoises in the Highlands of Santa Cruz Island
  • Post Office Bay on Floreana Island
  • All snorkeling opportunities
  • Penguins, cormorants, sea lions and large marine iguanas live together on the rocks of Punta Moreno

Claire Maguire, CP Travel Ambassador he has been to nearly 100 countries, with Antarctica marking the seventh continent he has visited, and the experience was unlike any other! Take a look back at his epic adventure with Atlas Adventures last spring and see why this is the new frontier not to be missed.

What was your favorite memory?


Claire Maguire, owner of the Cruise Planners franchise, taking the polar step

Main excursions and landmarks and sites to visit:

Antarctica itself is one of the most serene, untouched and exquisitely beautiful places on the planet. Peterman Island was just amazing: the view surrounded by mountains, the ship in the bay with icebergs, penguins and seals everywhere. Absolutely a bucket list trip. My seventh continent, and after almost 100 countries visited, this one topped everyone’s list.

Image courtesy of Claire Maguire, franchise owner of Cruise Planners

Going to South Africa on safari is a once-in-a-lifetime trip for many people, and those who venture there leave inspired and in awe. Join CP Travel Ambassador Danielle Petty as he shares his incredible photos and insights into this extravaganza loaded with nature.

Image Courtesy of Danielle Petty, Franchise Owner of Cruise Planners

How would you describe the people and culture of this destination? Any interesting cultural lessons?

The people were so nice and sweet. Everyone went out of their way to take care of us. I think experiencing Africa is a cultural lesson in itself. I think people have the wrong idea of ​​what Africa is like. It is a very diverse continent.

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Image Courtesy of Danielle Petty, Franchise Owner of Cruise Planners

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