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Caroline Schernecker

LocationBoston
Experience1 Years

The greatest gift from her parents was showing her the world.

By the time Caroline graduated from high school she had a full passport. It started with trips to Jamaica before people vacationed there, then on to Europe, South America, Africa and even a father/daughter trip to New Zealand and Australia. Her parents gave her the travel bug.

Since then, Caroline has visited 29 countries, camped across the US and moved her family to Italy and back. This paved the way for a perfect fit with boutique travel design company, Ramble and Vine in Boston. In addition to her own travel experience, Caroline’s turn as a creative director is where she honed her ability to assemble the right team to meet client’s needs.

Continuing her parent’s tradition, Caroline has traveled extensively with her kids and husband. She believes that greater understanding of self and the world can be gained through those you meet along the way.

What is your most memorable travel experience?

Discovering new places is most memorable with family. Experiencing new wonders through your children’s eyes is magic.

What inspired you to become a travel agent?

Greater understanding of self and the world can be gained through those you meet along the way.

Favorite Travel Tip

Carry on whenever possible. If you can’t carry on, put a change of clothes in your carry on. Global Entry.