The Best Family-Travel Agents
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The Best Family-Travel Agents

A List 2016
 Jessica Sample

Julie Danziger

Danziger goes the extra mile when designing family getaways (especially for food-focused trips): she’s flown kosher meat by private plane to safari locations and combed through menus for a gluten-free trip through Italy. And that’s not to mention little extras like monogrammed aprons for a cooking class.

Best for foodies, adventure 212-329-7289;

Jessica Griscavage

Itineraries by Griscavage—who has taken her son on vacations to the Caribbean, Hawaii, and Disney theme parks—tap in to niche interests that provide fun for all, like stargazing sails for budding astronomers or biologist-led volcano tours for nature lovers.

Best for first-time family travelers, multi-generational families 703-762-5056;

Sam McClure

McClure’s forte is planning extended trips that typically run six months to a year, during which she not only helps with logistics but also designs students’ continued classroom curricula and educational itineraries. Recently, McClure planned a six-month aroundthe-world trip for a family of four that included stops in 23 countries.

Best for around-the-world trips, long-term travel 512-495-9495;

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