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By Jen Mitchell on Wednesday, September 6, 2023

Virtuoso Travel Week Las Vegas

Virtuoso Week is a prestigious event that offers travel advisors, particularly those specializing in luxury travel, a wealth of valuable opportunities and experiences. Here's a closer look at what travel agents can gain from attending Virtuoso Week and how it can benefit our clients:

By Jen Mitchell on Friday, May 8, 2020

Having lived in Naples I am embarrassed to say that it has taken us 16 years to drive to Sanibel and Captiva only 1.5 hours away. Having been cooped up inside for 2 months we thought, let’s take a drive and see the island and go visit Sea Oats. During a time of COVID where international travel may not be possible right away, this is a great alternative for families who want to escape close to home, but still over some seclusion and privacy. Sea Oats is a private estate in Captiva that we love for our families, weddings and cooperate retreats.

By Jen Mitchell on Monday, May 4, 2020

Now is a time where travelers are home dreaming of their next trip or mourning the loss of a trip they planned. We at Jen Mitchell Travel have put together a collection to get you as close as we can to a real trip, until the time is right to explore the world again. We have highlighted virtual cooking classes, tours, and family expeditions on our list. How about get the kids started on a coloring contest? We can’t wait to start traveling again but in the meantime, don’t stop dreaming!


By Jen Mitchell on Monday, April 27, 2020

Another great property that is a drivable destination from Naples, Florida is the Cloister at Sea Island. Depending on how many times you stop it takes about 6-8 hours to get there by car. Great place to go if you are not ready to hop on a plane just yet. If you have a private jet, that would be another option to fly in to St. Simons Island. Sea Island also pairs well with Montage Palmetto Bluff if you wanted to add some dimension to your trip. When we stayed there we were in a room in the Cloister. This building exudes traditional elegance.

By Jen Mitchell on Saturday, April 25, 2020


By Jen Mitchell on Friday, April 24, 2020

It’s been a while since I have added content to our blog, mostly because as business picked up we didn't have as much time for things like blogging. Even for a couple months after travel came to a screeching halt I stayed very busy. At first it was monitoring clients who were traveling to make sure we could get re-route them home safely and efficiently. Then once all of our clients were home safe we had cancellations to process for our clients for trips in March and April that were cancelled due to travel restrictions. This was not as seamless at it might seem.

By Jen Mitchell on Friday, April 24, 2020

Inn at Palmetto Bluff was the first stop on our roadtrip to Vermont.  We braved the long trip with a toddler and set off on the road.  Emma did surprisingly well although we did have Winnie the Poo on a loop in the backseat for her as well as many games and toys to rotate.

Inn at Palmetto Bluff was tucked away in Bluffington South Carolina and is sort of its own little town.  They have lots of restaurants and even a little grocery store. The landscaping was incredible and Will was very happy to walk the grounds and take pictures.

By Jen Mitchell on Monday, April 20, 2020

As part of our Jen Mitchell Travel Family, you are an invaluable resource for us.  You lend us your eyes and express your opinions when you travel adding greatly to our collective knowledge of all things travel.  We would like to ask you now to assist us in preparing to serve you best when this virus and related travel disruptions end, and we are all free to move about the world once more.  If you could please take a moment to take this brief survey.

By Jen Mitchell on Tuesday, April 7, 2020

Jen Mitchell Travel is actively monitoring new developments with the novel Coronavirus, COVID-19 and how it affects travel for our valued clients. We recognize the impact and uncertainty that the COVID-19 crisis is creating in our families and communities, and my heart goes out to all who are affected directly and indirectly.

By Jen Mitchell on Friday, September 21, 2018

Skyterra is really a very special place and not very well known. I was lucky to learn about Skyterra while attending a wellness conference in Palm Beach a few months ago, and decided as a wellness specialist it was important for me to see and experience it firsthand. Having been to several wellness resorts over the past few years I feel like Skyterra is not your cookie cutter experience. The number of guests is small and plan to keep it that way. You feel like you are getting a more personalized experience and form a very tight bond with the other guests.


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