Paula Bursa has been in the travel industry since 1998. She started as a flight attendant servicing the United States and Canada. Later, her passion changed which led her to the wonderful world of being a Travel Agent. Paula specializes in Mexico and Caribbean vacations, having visited these areas over thirty times and toured countless resorts and hotels. She is very knowledgeable when it comes to selecting resorts based on client interests and price ranges of all sorts. Beyond planning vacations, she also loves handling large groups. Paula's enthusiasm and passion in assisting customers with their vacations shines through the instant she begins consulting with them.
Riviera Maya, Mexico
When Paula thinks of the perfect destination; she thinks of Riviera Maya. The clear white sands, crystal blue waters, abundance of hotel options, and exceptional service are just a few reasons why this destination has never let her down. Paula has horse backed, boated, snorkeled, zip lined, helicoptered, and four wheeled her way through the area. With over 20 stays, 50 hotel tours, and planned 30+ weddings; she has come to know the area like the back of her hand. Whatever your desire; Paula finds a way to make it happen whether it’s a quick stay or the wedding you’ve always dreamed of. Call her today to set up your perfect vacation.
Punta Cana and Cap Cana are great destinations for travelers seeking the perfect beach. These are widely used destinations by Paula for destination weddings and beach goers alike. She has been to the island four times and loves that they offer a variety of water sports. She believes that the people are the main jewel of this island and they offer some of the best service she has ever experienced at an All Inclusive Resort.
Paula spent one week in Scotland in 2011. Her husband's family is from this area so they were able to get a locally guided tour throughout the region. She has toured 4 Castles, The Highlands, Inverness, Aberdeen, and The Loch Ness. Paula stated that she thoroughly enjoyed trying the local fare; blood pudding, smoked fish (smokies) and haggis and hopes next time she will actually get to see the Loch Ness Monster. Scotland is a destination not to be missed.
Part of Paula's tour of England consisted of a 4 night stop over in London. London was a destination picked particularly for it's fashion; however Paula realized that there is so much more to this wonderful destination. If you stay close to Westminster you will be right in the heart of everything. Paula says that it's amazing how you can turn a corner and see some magnificent sight that has been there for hundreds of years. One tip; don't forget to have some fish and chips!
Jamaica is one of Paula's favorite destinations. With the slogan - Everything is going to be alright; Jamaica's laid-back atmosphere is ideal for a relaxing vacation. Whatever your travel style - family vacations, friend getaways, romantic escapes, wedding proposals, and dream weddings. Paula has visited Jamaica 5 times and has planned over 15 destination weddings to Jamaica. Her knowledge and eye for detail helps to make your dream vacation come true and ensure you have No Worries, Mon. After all, relaxing should be your main concern!
Paula loves that Italy offers such diversity throughout the region that it will keep you mesmerized your entire stay. A guided tour for first timers is highly recommended, but for the more independent travelers she can work out an itinerary that you’ll be sure to love. While there, Paula was able to take in Rome, Assisi, Tuscany -- including Florence, Chianti, and Pisa -- as well as Venice Island and Milan. Some of the highlights of her stay include a serenaded gondola ride down the Grand Canal, witnessing glass blowers on the Islands of Burano and Murano, St. Mark’s Basilica, Doge’s Palace, Lake Como, Juliet’s Balcony in Verona, Accademia Museum (where she stood in awe of Michelangelo’s David), Leaning Tower of Pisa, admiring the frescoes at St. Francis’ Basilica, throwing a coin into the Trevi Fountain with hopes to return to Italy, St. Peter’s Basilica, Vatican Museum, Sistine Chapel, eating the best gelato in San Gimignano, and feeling very small compared to the mighty Colosseum. While these are all sites that are not to be missed, she said the lasting impression was the food.