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Welcome to our first issue of the Kingdom Konsultant Travel Blog!

We will be updating this space daily with great stories, travel tips, trip reports, restaurant reviews, travel updates and beautiful pictures taken by the agents at Kingdom Konsultants.  We will also post discounts as they are announced and any special offers such as onboard credits or gift card promotions sponsored by the agency.

Some of Our Agents on Wild Africa Trek at Animal Kingdom
But first let me introduce myself, I’m Pam the owner of this wonderful agency.  I feel more like Mom though, and these are all of my kids!  Our main office is located in New Jersey and that is where you can find me six, sometimes seven days (and nights) a week. This is where the Magic begins.  Our agents come from all over the United States.  From Massachusetts to Florida, each agent brings their own special brand of Magic to our clients each day. We love what we do and it shows!  Kingdom Konsultant Travel is an Authorized Disney Vacation Planner.


So feel free to tell us about your Magical Memories from your vacations in Walt Disney World or Disneyland. Or perhaps you have just returned from a cruise onboard one of Disney’s beautiful cruise ships or even better, you just returned from an enchanting Adventures by Disney
vacation!
Some of Our Agents at Chef Mickey's

Come enjoy our personal stories of onsite training, Earmarked Conferences or our own family vacations and meet the agents that help to make your own vacations special!


We can also be found in some of the Social media areas such as Facebook and Twitter.  We love to talk about all things Disney so come and like us and follow us today!

Whether you are visiting Disney for your first time or your 40th come and join us daily and let’s enjoy our Happy Place together! 
Pam

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