Business started locally: 01/01/2005 BBB file opened: 09/25/2006 Business started: 12/12/2003 Business started locally: 01/01/2005 Licensing This company is in an industry That may require licensing, bonding or registration in order to lawfully do business. BBB Encourages you to check with the appropriate agency to be certain any requirements are currently being met.
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BBB records show a license number of ST36726 for this company, issued by Florida Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services. Their web address is .Type: Sellers of Travel License Type of Entity
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This company Specializes in South American tours in Peru, Brazil, Ecuador, Chile, and Argentina.Alternate Business Names Inkas Travel, South America Explorers, Best Peru Travel, Peru Best Tours, Travel Incas Industry Tips BBBTips On Airline Travel
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How about finding a tour?2006-04-17 09:59:45 by kellysmommy
Maybe you could find some sort of tour package that's going to Florida the same time you're planning on going? That way you wouldn't be totally travelling solo. Although I've known people who travel alone who really like it. Once you're down there you can go on organized tours to the Everglades (or whatever - just an example). Just because you got there by yourself doesn't mean you have to stay all by yourself 24/7. Use this as an opportunity to make some new friends. In fact, look at the whole thing as a new experience and a new opportunity for adventure! You're seeing the glass half empty instead of half-full.
I went to Hawaii by myself several years ago. I was bummed at first, but then ended up having a great time. I was in Hawaii, for God's sake, not Hell!
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