Welcome to Far Far Away Travels

Owners Nichole and Gretchen love to plan extraordinary travel experiences and want to help deliver your perfect vacation. Learn more about us on our About page.


Family, Vacation

Why use Far Far Away Travels?

We provide extraordinary experiences.

We work as your partner planning the trip you want.  

You get someone who can advocate for you if problems arise.

You can do as much--or as little--of the travel planning details as you like.

We can save you hours and hours of research time and  eliminate confusion.

We can often offer additional amenities or perks to make your trip more special.

Because we are affiliated with one of the largest travel networks, we can usually find the best rates and inventory.

You get more for no additional cost to you.

Even if you have already booked your trip, you can often transfer the booking to us so we can enhance your travel. Because there are often time limits, please contact us immediately if you are interested.

Do you like to research and book your own travel online?  Email us your plans at no obligation --Because we are affiliated with one of the largest travel networks, we can often find additional savings or amenities for our clients. There is no cost to you for this service.

Worried About Travel Now?

We can help with your concerns.  Contact us with questions regarding any travel questions including:

  • What are the airline, cruise company or other travel company cancellation policies?  
  • Where are the safer places to visit this year?
  • We can help you find the right travel insurance that will best meet your needs.
  • Where are the best bargains? 

Contact us with your concerns or questions.


182 million Americans will not be able to fly October 1

Don't Be One of Them

The TSA estimates that 182 million Americans do not have the proper ID to fly when the rules change next October 1.

Starting October 1, 2020, every passenger will need to present a REAL ID-compliant driver’s license, Enhanced Driver’s License, or another acceptable form of identification (such as a passport), to board federally regulated commercial aircraft within the U.S.

REAL ID is important! It prevents individuals from using fraudulent identification to board a plane, for example. REAL ID full enforcement will begin October 1, 2020, so travelers should prepare to bring proper identification to get through security.

If you do not have a valid passport you can use,  you MUST make sure your driver’s license meets these requirements.

For more information on the requirements visit the TSA site.

For Michigan residents visit here to make sure your driver’s license is  correct (hint: Look for a gold star in the upper right corner).