New Paltz Travel
New Paltz, NY 12561
A local travel agency with global reach, New Paltz Travel's mission is to provide our customers with quality pricing and exceptional service.
Over the years, New Paltz Travel has developed relationships with other travel companies and suppliers we actively promote. These companies mirror our customer service philosophy.
Partnerships like these enable the staff at New Paltz Travel to be price sensitive, yet provide problem free travel arrangements for our customers.
That is why our customers have been with us for many years and refer their families and friends to New Paltz Travel Center.
New Paltz Travel was established in 1992.
We are an ARC (Airline Reporting Corporation) appointed travel agency and a member of IATAN (International Airlines Travel Agent Network).
We are members of:
Association of Hudson Valley Travel Professionals
ASTA (American Society of Travel Advisors)
New Paltz Chamber of Commerce
The owner, Colleen Gillette, is celebrating her 40th year in the travel industry.
Specialist certifications include:
AMResorts Master Agent
Royal Caribbean University of WOW Cruise Expert
Celebrity Cruise Lines - Celebrity Special Agent
Hyatt Zilara/Ziva Preferred Agent
Universal Studios Vacation Specialist
Small Ship Partner
Emerald Partner (in conjunction with Sceptre Tours)
Uniworld River Cruise Specialist
Past President New Paltz Rotary Club
Past President Hudson Valley Chapter - ASTA
Past Advisory Board Member
Travel Market Report
Zika Virus Declared Global Health Emergency
by Kristen Warfield on Feb 11, 2016
The World Health Organization (WHO) affirmed the Zika virus and its possible link to birth defects as an international public health emergency on Feb. 1— a move establishing the severity of an epidemic that has already spread to the majority of Latin America and the Caribbean. < continue reading... >
A Day’s Work: Travel agent Colleen Gillette
by SHARYN FLANAGAN on Jul 1, 2015 • 6:30 am
Colleen Gillette entered the travel business in 1979 at a time of dramatic change in the industry, shortly after the federal government deregulated the airlines. But that was only the beginning of the significant shifts in the way travel bookings would be handled in the nearly four decades to follow. Technology and social media would eventually have just as big an impact. < continue reading... >