IS DDT A TRaVEL GROUP OR A TRAVEL AGENCY?

We are BOTH. We are a Travel Agency with 63 Home Based Travel Agents working under our Host Umbrella. We have our own IATAN (International Airlines Travel Agent Network) and ARC (Airline Reporting Corporation) number. We also have multiple Certified Travel Associates (CTA's) on staff. They are Certified by the esteemed Travel Institute-not by DDT.

DDT has a Travel Group of nearly 5,000 members. There is no charge to become a member.

IS DDT A REGISTERED AND INSURED TRAVEL AGENCY?

Yes. DDT is a registered Travel Agency in the State of Georgia and is Nationally Insured with Error and Omission Insurance.

HOW / WHERE DO I MAKE A PAYMENT?

You can make a payment a few different ways:

  • You can go to the Website and hit the Payment link. *Make sure you fill out the registration form and select the trip that you are going on and hit SUBMIT* Then Scroll down to the bottom and hit the BUY NOW Button. That will take you to our secure PayPal page and you input your information there (and also the name of the Trip in the Merchant Instruction Box). Keep in mind that if you use PayPal for more than your initial deposit, a 3% fee will be added onto your final balance.

  • Set up Electronic Bill Pay: Go to your Online Banking System and set up DDT as a Vendor/Payee. Use our address: PO Box 82386, Conyers, GA 30013 and our phone number (678-602-9813) when setting it up. Use your first initial and last name and the Trip as your account number: e.g: JBrownBoraBora.

  • Send in a Money Order or Bank Check to the Mailing address: PO Box 82386, Conyers, GA. NO PERSONAL CHECKS ARE ACCEPTED-THEY WILL BE RETURNED.

HOW DO I / SHOULD I GET TRAVEL INSURANCE?

Travel Insurance is always Highly recommended. It is offered on all DDT Trips. It's a small price to pay for Peace of Mind-if you or your roommate runs into any issues.

WHAT IS COVERED BY TRAVEL INSURANCE?

Travel Insurance plans are offered and may be different each time. We usually do a Group rate (non age related) and get a discount. Travel Insurance usually covers Trip Cancellation, Trip Interruption, Trip/Travel delay, Missed Connection, Medical Expenses, Emergency Assistance, Lost Baggage/Baggage delay, Accidental Death and Dismemberment.

WILL I BE ABLE TO HAVE A PAYMENT PLAN?

Yes. DDT uses "Layaway" Payment Plans on all of it's trips. We get discounted rates based on our large groups and have a good credit profile in the Industry. You are only asked to keep up with the payment plan. Failure to do so jeopardizes your slot because we have to make intermittent payments to the Resort/Cruise/Airlines and need for everyone to uphold their part of the bargain.

WHAT IF I'M LATE ON MY PAYMENTS?

We will always try to work with you, but keep in mind that we are still obligated to pay the Hotel/Cruise/Airline at set dates. On certain trips there may be a late charge added (not to exceed $25 per month) after final payment is due. The worst case scenario is a person could lose their room if they have not kept up with the payment plan and then would be refunded whatever is left after the cancellation penalty and administrative costs are tallied. There is no set "Grace Period" since each Travel Contract is different.

WHAT IF I DON'T HAVE A ROOMMATE?

Getting a roommate is your responsibility. We usually have several people on each trip who don't/cant find a roommate. DDT will always try to match you with someone with the same demographic information: Sex/Age/Location/Smoker vs Non Smoker/Early riser vs Late Riser, but we are not obligated to do so.

WHAT IS INCLUDED IN THE TRIPS?

We have "Summer Madness"-our Big Party Trip--which is always to an All Inclusive Resort that covers your food, entertainment, drinks (Including Alcoholic beverages) and Shuttle to and from the Airport.

We have our "Winter Wonderland" Cruises and Resorts which may or may not be All inclusive. We have our "Bucket List" Tours which usually are not All Inclusive, but we always try to get one that includes Breakfast.

SHOULD I USE CASH OR CAN I USE CREDIT CARDS OR ATM AT THE HOTEL?

That's a personal choice. Most places take American currency and you can probably avoid the high conversion fees by just using American Dollars. Besides, if you don't spend it all, you have to pay to convert the money back when you return.