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Courtney Lemmon

Experience4 Years
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Courtney believes that everyone deserves a vacation—and that a true vacation starts with a stress-free planning process.

As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Courtney Lemmon started turning to travel as a way to unwind and practice self-care. Soon, she became passionate about finding the newest places, exploring the unknown, and unwinding with adventure. As family and friends flocked to California for visits, Courtney found herself spending hours creating city guides, listing hotel recommendations, and winery tastings to help them experience California at it’s finest. It became not only a hobby but a passion that has set her on a trajectory for a second career as a travel advisor.

Courtney specializes first and foremost in her clients; in caring for them, knowing their needs before they do, and helping them envision and plan their perfect getaway. Beyond that, she specializes in Mexico, Hawaii, and California but has booked destinations all over the globe and loves the excitement of someplace new. As a Mom, Courtney is also passionate about booking family travel, and knows how to ensure each family member is comfortable and cared for.

What places are you looking forward to visiting?

My husband and I have recently made a commitment to get out of the country at least once without the kids, yearly. This year, we’re looking forward to traveling to Japan and adding Hawaii on the way home! I’m especially excited for the street food tours, and experiencing a classic onsen.

Favorite Travel Tip

Use travel as a time to be present. That can mean different things to different people, but here’s a few ideas: Turn your phone on airplane mode and only use the camera app. Go to the pool for the afternoon without any devices. Make a rule to have no phones at meals (including if you’re having dinner solo!). Use the time to reflect on the season of life you’re in, and look ahead to what’s next when you return home.