Krystal Eicher, Travel Advisor, Marketing Startegist; Girlfriend Getaway Guru
I love helping women reconnect to themselves and each other through the joys of travel and girlfriend getaways. You work so hard taking care of everyone else, let me take care of you by helping plan custom and unique travel experiences. Nothing brings me more pleasure than exceeding your expectations and helping you find the serendipitous moments in your journeys.
Hey there! My name is Krystal. I’m a foodie, yogi (that should do more yoga), coffee addict, and travel junkie. I am a mother of daughters and mil spouse.
Born and raised in Kansas, I was a small town girl with big dreams beyond the sunflower state. It was there that I met my husband – an Army ROTC cadet. In a spur of the moment decision we eloped and a few months later moved to Mannheim, Germany. 3 months later he deployed for a year to Iraq. Stuck in Europe, totally alone in a foreign country, what was a girl to do? I traveled. I signed up for every spouse club trip, and USO tour. I bought Rick Steves Guidebooks and just went for it. A new passion was born.
We lived in Germany for 6 years non-consecutively. Through that experience we were able to travel to 14 different countries. After planning countless adventures for ourselves and family and friends, I realized my true calling – travel advisor. Being able to use my own experience traveling and my intuition to help people really see what they want to see has brought me so much joy over the years.
I invite you to join me and experience the same.
I believe in the serendipity of travel. I believe there is joy in the unexpected. I believe that travel makes us better people, expands our horizons, brings us together, builds relationships, challenges our thinking, centers our world, makes us brave, and brings to mind what’s important. Mostly, I love to help people discover these things for themselves.
Hometown: Hays, KS
Favorite place to travel: Rome, Italy….no wait - Normandy, France…..no wait – Reykjavík, Iceland!
Best travel tip: Take it easy! You’ll never see all of Italy in one week so don’t even try. You’ll be so tired after your first day that you’ll never be able to appreciate all the subsequent ones. Pick out one or two MUSTS for your trip and try to link things in between that. The best memories are the ones that came from the unexpected, in-betweens. Don’t forget the reason you are traveling – reconnecting with friends, recharging your batteries, finally eating some real gelato, bonding time with your people. As long as you keep your reasons in focus you can never go wrong.