Chelsea Grant, Travel Advisor, Adult Group Travel
I help friends, family, and organizations explore travel destinations of their dreams so they can grow and maintain strong bonds while trying new things, experiencing other cultures, and creating lasting memories together.
Specialties: Group travel for young professionals, adults traveling without young children, and organizations. I specialize in North & South America, Europe, and more!
I am Chelsea, a military spouse and dog mom to two adorable fur babies. My husband and I grew up in beautiful and ever-growing North Alabama where we met in 4thgrade, dated long distance in college, and married in an elegant white barn tucked in the rolling hills of Toney, AL. After getting married, the military took me back to the state of my birth, Texas, where everything is bigger (except for the trees) and the BBQ is AMAZING!
My love of travel started early as my family traveled frequently to visit our extended family scattered across the United States and as school trips took me to some of our country’s most historic cities. After high school graduation, I planned my very first trip; a beach trip for me, my closest girlfriends, and some of our moms to celebrate the closing of a chapter and the beginning of a new one. It was then that I discovered the joy of planning a trip and seeing it through to the end. Since then I have taken every chance I can to plan travel and explore new places with those most important to me.
I believe travel gives us the unique opportunity to explore places that inspire us, expand our view of the world, challenge us, teach us, and bring us together.
Hometown: Madison, AL
Favorite Place to Travel: Anywhere with a good mix of fun city activities, good food, and outdoor adventures.
Favorite Travel Memory: Snow skiing with my family in New Mexico while visiting my grandfather for Christmas.
Best Travel Tip: “A [travel] goal without a plan is just a wish”. Stop wishing and waiting for the perfect time to travel, like so many things in life there is no perfect time, and if you keep waiting for perfect you will never do it. -quote by Antoine de Saint-Exupery