Traveling during peak seasons carries a price. Hotels are expensive and restaurants are overcrowded. Read our tips for traveling during shoulder season.
In a turbulent world, Australia is increasingly attractive to affluent American travelers as a peaceful and friendly destination.
Whether you're gathering the whole family or looking forward to a few days of peace and quiet, the holiday season is ripe for making memories.
The travel advisors of the Andrew Harper Travel Office offers ideas and points to availability for destinations to book for 2015 holiday travel.
A remarkable 14-day Andrew Harper Journey from October 19-November 1 combines the pleasures of Sydney and Melbourne with the Australian great outdoors.
National Parks Revealed, our new travel partner, specializes in customized private journeys for those in search of authenticity and adventure.
This is the time of year when many subscribers call the Travel Office to book their annual cruises.
A shared vacation makes a wonderful holiday gift, and we would be delighted to help assemble an attractive package to put under the tree.
Are you interested in touring central Europe by private jet? Join Andrew Harper for an information session about this unforgettable Signature Tour.
Each year at this time, the Andrew Harper Alliance team finalizes contracts with partner hotels, securing special rates and valuable benefits at the majority of recommended properties around the globe.
Deciding on the right travel insurance policy can be tricky. You need to be covered, but not overinsured. The Travel Office has worked with Travelex for more than a decade now, and our consultants have familiarized themselves with the company's policies -- along with those of partner MedjetAssist -- and can help you choose the right coverage for every vacation.
The Andrew Harper Travel consultants are among the most well-traveled in the industry. From magical moments to unforgettable encounters, they share a few of their most indelible experiences.
More than 2,000 years after their construction, the great buildings of classical Greece still have power to stir the heart. Architects have drawn inspiration from their elegant proportions and graceful ornamentation for millennia, and yet the remaining original structures have not given up all their secrets.
In honor of Independence Day, we in the Travel Office decided to do our patriotic duty and investigate America's most fascinating wine regions.
We are pleased to say that many more subscribers have come to appreciate the benefits of booking airplane tickets through the Travel Office. The staff in our expanding Air Department support the travel consultants, working tirelessly behind the scenes to make sure that all flight bookings proceed as smoothly as possible.
After this year’s miserable winter, it’s perfectly understandable if you prefer not to contemplate the return of cold weather. But there is little time to waste if you wish to travel somewhere warm over the winter holidays.
A supremely relaxing way to travel with family and friends is aboard one of the smaller luxury cruise ships. Cruises over the winter holidays tend to be especially popular.
Last year, the Travel Office opened a “Special Occasions Desk” dedicated to arranging events such as family reunions, honeymoons and milestone birthday parties.
Long before recorded history began, man has been an explorer. Intrepid early explorers found the way, and traders soon followed in their footsteps.
We are excited to announce our third Signature Tour of 2014, a 12-night exploration of Burma from November 4-16.
Sample itineraries from The Andrew Harper Travel Office that showcase Napa, Tuscany, Provence and South Africa’s Cape Winelands at their best, with plenty of unusual and exclusive experiences included. Any of the following journeys would truly be unforgettable.
Since 1966, Butterfield & Robinson has designed active journeys to incredible destinations the world over, on bike or foot for the active traveler, or simply geared toward specific travel interests, such as food and wine, or family adventure.
Around this time of year, the Travel Office’s phones start to ring with calls from people who want to go “somewhere warm” for the holidays. Alas, many of the most obvious destinations have already sold out.
Lynn Garrison has circled the globe countless times and loves highlighting new discoveries for our guests at every stop. With more than 20 years of experience, she’s learned a thing or two about life on the road and kindly shares her travel advice with us.
It’s always a delight to visit New York during the holiday season: to do some seasonal shopping; to try a new restaurant; to soak up the atmosphere of celebration.
Travelers exploring Southeast Asia are hard-pressed to avoid Bangkok, Thailand, the region’s most important transportation hub. Fortunately, this city happens to be one of Asia’s most exciting and intriguing places, with an array of exquisite hotels which rank among the best in the world.
Holiday markets in Prague, Vienna and Dresden serve up the best of the season’s spirit. The Andrew Harper Travel Office has put together what we think is an ideal Christmas market itinerary, allowing you and your family to make the most of Europe’s most festive season.
The Andrew Harper Traveler visits with travel partner Asia Transpacific Journeys.
In its Travel Warning of November 20, 2012, the State Department cautions against visits only to certain regions of Mexico, chiefly in the north and especially along the U.S. border.
It's almost always possible to find last-minute space somewhere, but why compromise?