BROCKTON – Tucked away along the Yucatan Peninsula and facing east towards the Caribbean Sea is a place with lush jungles, fresh mojitos, and business opportunities that one Brockton woman took back home.
Kayla Tolentino, spent time rubbing her toes in warm sand beaches and immersing herself in the culture while mingling with the locals.
While on vacation in Tulum, Mexico, the young traveler found a new business idea and developed The Crowned Experience, a luxury travel planning, and concierge business.
During this time, she connected with several vendors and other business owners with luxury travel businesses.
These networking opportunities solidified her idea that creating a travel concierge business like theirs could become Tolentino’s reality.
Throughout her life, the Brockton resident always had inquiries about how she plans her trips.
Mainly due to her jam-packed itinerary seen on social media by her followers.
Tolentino plans every moment of her trip filled with excursions, fancy dinners and adrenaline-fueled fun.
“Prior to launching my business, I always had an interest in planning trips intricately. It’s always sparked my curiosity. A lot of people were interested in how detailed my trips were thought and planned out. They wanted me to do the same for them,” Tolentino said.
As a client, you start the travel service process by filling out a questionnaire about your ideal trip and location. Then Tolentino contacts you directly and builds your perfect vacation.
‘Work of art’New Brockton restaurant serves up Cape Verdean cuisine and culture
Tolentino has the ability to plan your entire trip to a tee or make simple reservations.
Clients can choose from luxury yacht rentals, chauffeur car service, hotel room set up for special occasions, personal chef-in-room experience, spa treatments, massages, ATV rentals, jet skis and parasailing.
Pretty much anything you can imagine, Tolentino can find accommodation for you.
The travel business is launching a group trip option where clients can book an all-inclusive trip for a fixed price and payment plans starting in January 2023.
Clients can bring up to 30 guests for the group vacation experience. If finding friends to go on vacation with is an issue for you, Tolentino has you covered.
Here’s what $1.2M buys in Bridgewater$1.2M five-bedroom home on Greenbrier Lane in Bridgewater: Sept. 6-9 real estate report
“Our goal is to also ultimately expand and put together and host large group trips to different parts of the world multiple times a year. Sometimes people don’t have travel partners or simply because they want to explore other parts of the world and meet new people. We make it easy for them,” Tolentino said.
“Besides the flight, the beach clubs, dinner, food, drinks and four-to-five-star accommodations, a full yacht day with food and an open bar are all included in the package,” Tolentino said.
Tolentino will even set up a photographer and videographer to capture the precious moments during the trip. In addition, clients can look forward to Tolentino’s cyber-Monday vacation sale for package deals.
Now you may be wondering why Tulum?
Well, for starters, it’s absolutely gorgeous.
“Tulum was captivating after my very first time there. The hustle and bustle, the kindness I experienced with every vendor I came across, the beauty and the diversity. I knew this would be an amazing place to start a business. It had a lot that could be offered to my clients. The vendors were willing to work with my company and made it easy to provide our clients exceptional service,” Tolentino said.
With almost 100 five-star google reviews, the service speaks for itself, and there’s something special for everyone, she said.
“Tulum is one of the best places I’ve visited. There’s something for everyone. Whether you’re looking to party or looking to relax and explore nature. Good music, good food and amazing views,” Tolentino said.
Tolentino’s goal is to expand her business worldwide while also building a team that can provide clients with fantastic service to the destinations of their dreams.
“Everyone should have the vacation of their dreams,” Tolentino said.