- Booking any aspect of your trip from flights, hotel, rental car, travel insurance, etc.
- Make sure each aspect of the trip is aware of the allergies going down to something as small as having the mini-fridge in the room emptied for your safe food to even talking with some chefs on property.
- Going over traveling tips and tricks to work towards a smooth vacation.
- Keep you up to date on the COVID policies and travel restrictions per the conditions at that time.
- Make all the phone calls on your behalf for food allergies, whether that is for resorts, restaurants, tour companies, etc.
- Go over each policy with you of how food allergies are handled, including areas that may not be a risk in your normal daily routines such as renting a snorkel mask on a day tour or other shared equipment.
- Making the experience so you can reach out with any questions before, during, or after your trip. Clients often text me photos or share updates as they move through their trip and I in turn check-in and answer any questions or concerns as the trip plays out.
Lauren Scheffer, Food Allergy Travel Agent