C.P. Trips, Inc.
Cindy Passannante, President
Email: cptrips@aol.com
Phone: 503-658-5646

Watch for "The Travel Bubble" 
As the Cruise Companies and Tour companies make plans to return to the Traveling  public there will be the development of "THE TRAVEL BUBBLE" - the discussion is underway on how to create these areas to keep clients/guests safe and health with checking and testing to keep those on board a ship or in a resort all tested and safe ..... restricting the movement while providing all the desired activities for the guests - watch for more details about this in the near future or email C.P. Trips, Inc. for more details (cptrips@aol.com) we will update you about  the options as they become available. Simply provide your destination of choice/ email address and name,  and we will send you information as it become available.


Office Hours are: Monday - Thursday 9:00am to 5:30pm - Friday and Saturday Appt. Only - Thank you


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Special for the First 100 Vacations Confirmed!

Receive a Special Eco-Friendly Travel Package

Including personal utensils for two, face masks, special fresh airefare package of wipes to clean your personal area, first aide kit, and much more!

Call today and lets start the planning for 2022 or 2023 as we return to business and world adventures!


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Concerned about Traveling and the Coronavirus?
Call Cindy or Gina at 503 658-5646 for the latest details - we have all the information about Airline Policies, Cruise PoliciesTours, and Insurance and are happy to assist you in your options - The Internet can be confusing - We are here to help.

Travel Updates

How the Hotels have changed and upgraded their standards for "CLEAN"  

  - Red Roof RediClean™ Gives Travelers Confidence...
  - Radisson Announces Radisson Hotels Safety Porotcol 
  - IHG Rolls Out 'Clean Promise'
  - Marriott's Commitment to Clean 

-  Update on "The Real ID" rollout has been postponed - For Domestic Airline Passengers to secure a "Real ID Driver's License for use as identification at the airport. A New Date will be announced very soon.  For now the best option is to have a current Passport when you are ready to travel.  

- Delta Air Lines is waiving change fees for fight through May 2020... Additional information is available from your Travel Professional or the Airline web site. 

- Cruise Companies Ease Cancellation Policies amid Coronavirus Outbreak - in an effort to combat softening bookings and growing concerns, many cruises lines are amending their policies, check the web site or call your travel Professional for additional information.


(Provided by Luxury Cruise News)

  • Limit Alcohol Consumption - When you are surrounded by sunshine, in a good mood, and on vacation - it is easy to want to drink all afternoon long.  Boozy drinks and beers are plentiful both on the cruise ship and while at port, but - you want to be aware of how much alcohol you are consuming.  Limiting your alcohol consumption can allow you to be more aware of your surroundings, and you will feel better by the end of the day too!
  • Be Aware - As you adventure throughout the ship and explore at ports, keep alert, be aware.  When you know what's going on around you, it is easier to avoid trouble.  You can have fun while still keeping an eye on your surroundings. 
  • Keep a COPY of all Important Documents - IT's a good idea to keep an electronic and paper copy of all essential documents, like your passport.  You want to be able to produce a copy if you end up losing your passport and need a replacement.  Plus it is best to have important information handy at all time. 
  • Put Valuables and Cash in your Safe - Losing a big wad of cast or expensive valuable during a cruise can be stressful and upsetting experience.  Make sure that you hide away all valuable and extra cash.  Only bring some of your cash and credit cards with you when you go to explore off shore.  Your cabin will have a safe, so be sure to use it. 
  • Register with the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program - The Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) program (https://travelregistration.state.gov/)  is a free service for U.S. citizens who plan to travel abroad.  You can enter all your essential details, contact information, and travel dates and plans before you leave for your cruise or travel.  This service makes it easy for the U.S. Embassy to get a hold of you or your family if an emergency occurs.  
  • Bring Medicine with You - If you have prescription medicine, be sure to bring it with you when you are on and off the cruise ship.  You want to have access at all times, in case of a medical emergency - it is a good idea to keep the "Pills" in a prescription bottle and check with Dr. to have a replacement prescription written in case you need to refill while on vacation.  
  • Check Weather Conditions - If you are planning to take part in excursions while at port, be sure to check the weather conditions ahead of time.  you want to be sure that it is safe while you are snorkeling, surfing, or enjoying any other outdoor or water-based activities. 
By following these tips, you can stay safe and have fun on your next cruise and/or vacation.  Keep on sailing and traveling    Cindy:)