September 18, 2017

Basic Economy Fares

In months prior several major airlines have announced the “Basic Economy” fare. It’s geared toward bargain travelers. The Basic Economy fare costs less, but comes with restrictions.

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May 22, 2017

Guided Tours Part I: America and Canada

Guided tours offer many benefits, and give more information about the land than you would typically receive with just touring on your own. AurTravel’s guided tour packages expand from America to Canada to Europe and anywhere in between.

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May 15, 2017

Canada – Atlantic Region

The Atlantic Region of Canada includes Prince Edward Island, Labrado, Newfoundland, and Nova Scotia. Canada is a great place to visit for your next vacation, and AurTravel has many tips and tricks on where to go and what to do in Canada!

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May 10, 2017

French Polynesia Travel

French Polynesia is a great warm and tropical destination to visit, especially during the harsh winters! French Polynesia has so much to offer, beautiful beaches, snorkeling, great nightlife adventures, and many islands to explore and play on! AurTravel can help book your dream vacation to Tahiti, Bora Bora, or Mo’Orea!

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November 30, 2016

Military Travel Tips

Military members sacrifice so much, and AurTravel thanks each branch of the military. There are many perks and discounts that service members can enjoy and utilize, especially when traveling.

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November 10, 2016

Golf around the World

Golfing is a great sport to get outside and enjoy with friends and family. Golfing is something you can do almost anywhere too! Whether you prefer international courses or domestic links, AurTravel has the golf vacation for you.

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August 29, 2016

Leaf Peeping in New England!

The air is turning crisp and cooler; the season is about to change. It’s New England’s famous season: fall. From Vermont to Massachusetts to Maine, colors will start to change late September through October.

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