Alaska scenery_edited.jpg

Best travel agency is SWFL Fort Myers

Treat yourself, it's time.
Learn more about our cruise to Alaska in June 2022.


It's time to say YES to new adventures


to making new memories.


It's not just our name, it's the way we do business.


 A great travel experience is one that is planned for you by someone who listens to you and understands what you are looking for. Someone who can bring together an amazing and seamless getaway with the quality that you expect. As your “concierge for world travel” we want to create such an experience for you.  Embark on the vacation YOU have been dreaming of.




From mask mandates to testing requirements to vaccine availability to (sometimes) no requirements at all, the various rules and regulations not only differ by state, but sometime even by major cities with the states

Going somewhere in the US?

Get important information as you consider traveling to different cities and states across the United States.

Choose a state to learn more about COVID-19 travel restrictions, guidance, and resources in your destination.

Coral Reef


Meg S.

Knowledgeable, detail oriented, personable, dedicated are just some of the adjectives that describe Lynn of TRAVEL with EASe .... TRAVEL with EASe has been my "go to" travel agency since 1995.

Penny B.


WOW!!! U r the VERY BEST! U r the true meaning of CUSTOMER SERVICE! That does not happen very often anymore. I appreciate your efforts!

Janet R.


TRAVEL with EASe has been my travel agency since the 90's. Lynn Sullivan, the very personable owner, works very hard to see that I get the necessary attention needed in my travels.

Serious "Revenge Travel" opportunities for the vaccinated traveler


With over half of all adults in the U.S. fully vaccinated and 63% with at least their first shot, the urge for “revenge travel” is growing rapidly. The question is, however, “so what if I’m vaccinated?” What is different for the vaccinated traveler other than the fact that they can feel vastly safer venturing out?


First, it is a truism that vaccinations are making travel more complicated not less. Why? Because there was no agreed upon protocol for international travel before we began to get vaccinated and there certainly is no agreement amongst countries on how to deal with vaccinated travelers now. Yes there are efforts such as the EU’s Digital COVID Certificates but the world is a long way away from a uniform and unified approach.


While many countries including the U.S. have not changed their positions on COVID-19 and international travel, there is a perceptible and important number of changes happening for the vaccinated traveler.