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Travel Consultants assist persons interested in taking vacations, business trips or any type of visits to a different destination. They assess their clients’ needs, budgets, likes and dislikes to make appropriate recommendations. Consultants use their connections to hotels, car companies, and airlines to get the best deals available.
Consultants must have extensive knowledge on a number of areas. This includes:
• Weather and climate
• Local and international geography
• Customs regulations
• Airline policies
• Travel documentation including visas, and passports
• Health and vaccinations
• Currency and exchange rates
• Travel advisories
Travelling to vacation destinations is also a part of a Travel Consultants job. This allows them to learn firsthand about the accommodations, and travel experience their clients will go through. This usually allows them to recommend these destinations more readily.
A Travel Consultant usually performs many of the following tasks:
• Making reservations
• Providing quality service
• Calling airlines
• Following up on travel reservations
• Answering client queries
• Entering data into computer applications
• Booking hotel rooms and car rentals
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