Terri Kimler

Terri Kimler
terri.k@gotravelcompany.com

877-987-4770 ext 1017

I started in the travel industry when I left home at 18 years old. My first job away from home was at a private airport booking hotels, catering, car rentals and everything else imaginable for business travellers and their pilots. After that, I worked for Westjet as a checkin agent and then my kids came along! After a ten year break from the travel world I have found a way to make it part of my life again and still have the flexibility to be at home for my kids.

The travel bug is an amazing thing! I love building that dream vacation for people, whether it's families or solo trips, let me help make those dreams a reality!

Why use Terri as your travel consultant?

Tammy Noel said:
I never use a travel agent before Terri contacted me! Since then I book 3 trips through her and I couldn’t imagine booking another trip without her. She’s always super helpful and give me great suggestions. Even if I have no idea where I want to go she’s always there to help me out. Doesn’t just stop with booking the trip. She always helps me while we are there. If there any problems or questions I have she never hesitates to help me out. It makes our family trips worry free. It takes the pressure off of booking and makes everything goes super smooth. I highly recommend booking any of your vacations or trips through her.

Courtney Ridgway said:
I had never used a travel agent before using Terri and now I will only use her to book my flights! After spending all evening attempting to book flights and it not working I reached out on Facebook for a travel agent and Terri was recommended. I contacted her and she immediately found me the perfect flights for a great price! Way better flights than I had found myself. She made the whole process so easy and stress free! I will be recommending her to everyone!

The traveler was active; he went strenuously in search of people, of adventure, of experience. The tourist is passive; he expects interesting things to happen to him. He goes 'sight-seeing.' Daniel J. Boorstin