CEO and Founder Donald Bradley is proud to announce the addition of Bermuda and St. Kitts and Nevis.

Welcome Bermuda and St. Kitts and Nevis to our Caribbean team!  PlanNet Reps will sell the InteleTravel Independent Travel Agency, with all monetary transactions and commissions shown and paid in US dollars. Each Rep will also receive the valuable Paylution Pay Portal and its real-time Hyperwallet, which allows for timely and efficient payment/commissions processing and management. Here we grow! 

Bermuda is a British Overseas Territory in the North Atlantic Ocean with a population of approximately 61,000. Hamilton is its capital and largest city. Its first capital, St. George's, was established in 1612 and is the oldest continuously inhabited English town in the New World. Although usually referred to in the singular, the territory consists of 181 islands.  

Bermuda's economy is based on the insurance industry and tourism, the two largest economic sectors. Most commercial activity revolves around the tourist industry. Bermuda’s pink sand beaches and clear, blue ocean waters are popular with tourists. Many nearby reefs are readily accessible from shore by snorkelers and scuba divers can explore numerous wrecks and coral reefs in relatively shallow water with virtually unlimited visibility. There are a number of sightseeing attractions. Hotels and restaurants, golf courses, and tour companies all cater to the constant influx of visitors (84 percent of whom come from the United States).

The Federation of Saint Kitts and Nevis, also known as the Federation of Saint Christopher and Nevis, is a two-island country in the West Indies with a population of approximately 56,000, separated by a shallow 2 mile channel known as “The Narrows.”  The country is a Commonwealth realm, with the British monarch as head of state.The capital city is Basseterre on the larger island of Saint Kitts. Saint Kitts and Nevis were among the first islands in the Caribbean to be settled by Europeans. Saint Kitts was home to the first British and French colonies in the Caribbean, and thus has also been titled "The Mother Colony of the West Indies.”  

St. Kitts is dependent upon tourism to drive its economy. As tourism grows, the demand for vacation property has increased. Many of its former sugar plantations are now inns or atmospheric ruins. St. Kitts, is dominated by a dormant volcano, is home to a crater lake, green velvet monkeys, and is crisscrossed with hiking trails. In hopes of expanding tourism, St. Kitts hosts the annual St. Kitts Music Festival.