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All About Travel Inc.

Full Service Travel Agency since 1997

Sioux Falls Office

3801 S. Western Ave

 Suite 103

 Sioux Falls, SD 57105

 

Phone: 605-339-8911

Email: aat@allabouttravel.org

Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 7:00 pm
Saturday 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

Thaw Out in Mexico!

Visit the Rivera Maya or Cabo
Starting at
$1100 per person

5-Night Stay for Two at a 3 Star All Inclusive Resort with Round Trip Air from Sioux Falls, including transfers
Select March and April Dates
*Prices are subject to availability at the time of booking*

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All About Travel, Inc.

 

Helping You Find Your Personal Paradise

   605-339-8911

 

Jodi Swensen

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Viborg Office Address:113 S. Main Street Viborg, SD 57070

Office Hours: Monday - Friday: 8am - 5pm

                    Saturday & Sunday: Closed

Phone: 605-766-8440

Toll Free: 1-877-351-8427

Fax: 605-326-4244

 

Email me at: jodi@allabouttravel.org

 

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I have been in the Travel and Tourism Industry since June of 1996 and started with All About Travel on opening day of October 7, 1997.  I worked in the Sioux Falls office from October 1997 to February of 2010.  You can now find me in the Viborg, SD office. I can be reached toll free at 877-351-8427 or email me at Jodi@allabouttravel.org

Along with being a full time travel agent I also do the bookwork and accounting for the agency.

 

I have traveled to Tahiti, Costa Rica, the Hawaiian Islands, Jamaica, many parts of Mexico, and Canada. I have also traveled to many US cities, such as Charleston, New York City, Las Vegas, Orlando, Seattle, San Antonio, Miami, and Phoenix. By far may favorite trip was to Tahiti a few years ago and I hope to get back there someday. I am a certified seller for many of the top travel destinations around the world.

 

My passion as a travel agent is to help my clients make memories that will last them a lifetime.  Please let me help you make your travel dreams come true, whether that be a Disney vacation, a cruise, European getaway or a destination wedding.

 

I have been married to Marty for 10 years and we have a 7 year old daughter Rory and a 5 year old son Rylen.

 

 

 

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Any insider tips for a fantastic All-Inclusive experience?

Always pack in your carry-on what you need to get by. For me, that’s a pair of contacts, a swimsuit and something nice to wear to dinner. I bring a plastic tumbler to put my drinks in while at the swim-up bar. I love bringing a beach bag so that I can toss in a cover-up, sunscreen, a book, my room key, etc. I bring aloe packets to put in my water as well as other supplements that help my stomach. We eat pretty healthy at home so it’s a shock to my system to eat heavier meals and drink more than the normal amount of adult beverages J Bring what makes you feel better! Don’t be afraid to try something new! If you don’t like it, order something else. If you’re not sure about something, just ask! The staff are there to make your stay as memorable as they can. The same goes for me – if you have any questions, please ask and I’d be happy to help!

What are the age requirements to rent a car?

In the United States, most car rental companies have a minimum age of 25 or above. In Europe, foreign driver restrictions vary from country to country. Drivers need to be a minimum of 18 in most countries and have a valid US drivers license.

How long are passports valid for?

Adult passports are good for 10 years.

Passports for children under the age of 16 are good for 5 years.

What are the different types of ticket classes?

 

In addition to Coach/Economy class seating, many flights offer Business, and/or First Class seating. Please note that the following descriptions are generalizations; some airlines may use different names to describe their classes of service.

• Coach/Economy class is seating is in the main cabin area. These seats are usually the least expensive.
• Business class seating--when available--tends to feature roomier seats that recline farther, more leg room, and upgraded meal service. Business class tickets cost more than Coach/Economy but less than First Class.

First class seating is usually in the cabin area nearest the front of the aircraft. It has the fewest and most comfortable seats, and offers upgraded meals. Other perks can include shorter lines at check-in and use of the airline's airport business lounge.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

All About Travel Inc.           3801 S. Western Ave., Sioux Falls, SD, 57105          605.339.8911aat@allabouttravel.org

 

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