Fee Schedule

Custom Travel & Cruise is a professional company that provides expert advice for your travel needs. Our advice comes from the latest most up to date resources, first hand knowledge, and our worldwide travel contacts and travel partners in Travel Experts.

We spend our time planning, comparing, researching, and developing the travel package for you.

Trip Consultation Fee

  • $180 Individual Travel (1 person)
  • $315 Couple
  • $415 Family Group of Four
  • $625 Family Group of Five or More

For itinerary planning over 14 days – fees may be higher.

Trip Consultation fees do not include air fees or train fees.

Flight & Rail Ticketing

  • Domestic Flights: $65 per person
  • International Flights: $130 per person
  • Rail:$65 per person

All prices are per ticket. Change and rebooking fees will apply. 





Travel Advisors to the Rescue




Travel advisors today are not your grandmother’s travel agent. They don’t just book your hotel or flight. Instead, they’re your consultant during the entire trip process. They help you sort through all that information and make the best decision. Think of them as you would a financial advisor managing your money. Instead, they manage your free time.

Here are Next Avenue’s six reasons to work with a travel advisor:

1. You’re not a travel expert.

Professional travel advisors research and book travel every day. They’re well-traveled and well-trained. They have connections and expertise you could never match. They’ll know the differences among all the cruise lines, be able to guide to the hotel in Paris that’s perfect for your needs, or find you a guide in Florence who knows all about Renaissance art. They also have helpful tips for everything from restaurants to packing to timing travel to avoid busy seasons or bad weather.

4. You don’t have time.

To plan and book your own trip, you’d have to set aside hours of time online or on the phone. Even then, it’s like drinking from a fire hose. There’s simply so much information out there it’s hard to find what’s important. And you could easily miss a key detail. Travel advisors provide one-stop shopping for everything you need for your vacation.

“Travel advisors manage your most valuable and non-renewable asset: your leisure time,” said Matthew Upchurch, chairman and CEO of Virtuoso. He quoted Warren Buffett to sum up the worth of a professional advisor: “Price is what you pay, value is what you get.”

2. You want to get it right.

Planning a complex trip is tricky: international travel, flight connections, multiple destinations, a celebration vacation, a big group. Advisors excel at these kinds of complicated arrangements. They’ll even help ensure you’re getting what you want with simpler bookings.

For example, you won’t be stuck in a hotel room that looked great on the web but fell far short in reality. And you’ll be spared headaches from trying to do it all yourself.

3. You don’t have advisors’ connections.

Travel agencies are members of large networks, which give them a great deal of influence with travel suppliers. Virtuoso’s 340 agencies with 8,900 advisors in 20 countries represent $12.5 billion in bookings. As a result, Virtuoso travel advisors can offer their clients complimentary perks such as hotel room upgrades, complimentary breakfasts, and dining or spa credits.

Virtuoso advisors also build bonds with suppliers all over the world at events such as Virtuoso Travel Week. It’s easy to pick up the phone and get you VIPed at a five-star hotel when you know the general manager personally.

6. You want a trip that’s designed just for you.

“What really sets a true luxury travel advisor apart are the little things that are unexpected,” Shawna Huffman Owen, a Virtuoso travel advisor in Chicago, Illinois, told Next Avenue. “We tailor-make experiences like arranging scavenger hunts for families in the Louvre or helping older travelers who need baggage assistance on trains. We create something that can’t be ‘Googled’ — a personal experience,” she says.

5. You want help in case of emergency.

Your flight gets canceled. A natural disaster hits the area you’re visiting. You get sick during your trip. Your passport is stolen. If you book online, don’t expect much help when an emergency hits. But travel advisors will be there for you (usually 24/7), and will be able to resolve the problem thanks to their experience. You’ll be worry-free.