Sundance Vacations is a travel company dedicated to making affordable vacations available to everyone. With a wide variety of destinations in the U.S., Mexico and the Caribbean, you can be sure that traveling with Sundance Vacations will allow you to save time and money as well as create some lasting vacation memories for years to come.
Our traveler’s needs are of the utmost importance to us and we seek to create a culture where vacationing and fun go hand-in-hand. Say “so-long” to all of the headaches and hassles that can go with travel and say “hello” to more fun, more hikes, more sunsets, more sand castles, more family togetherness and most importantly, more vacations.
Our ever-changing inventory of destinations is entirely driven by the requests of our travelers. As a travel company, we actively seek out accommodations in the most desirable locations and then pass the savings on to our travelers. At Sundance Vacations we are firmly committed to creating the best possible experience for our clients and seek to help them with their vacation needs any way we can.
We share the common goal of enriching the lives of our customers and each other by helping people experience quality vacations through caring, professional service.
Sundance Vacations spells out its core values with the acronym T-E-A-M-W-O-R-K.
In essence, TEAMWORK breaks down as follows:
* T – Transcend professionalism
* E – Enjoy recognition
* A – Always show respect
* M – Make honesty your best policy
* W – Welcome fairness
* O – Opt to have fun
* R – Respond to charity
* K – Keep a positive attitude
Seeking to change the way travel companies do business, Sundance Vacations was co-founded in 1991 by the husband and wife partnership of John and Tina Dowd. Since that time, they have grown the company from a single office and two employees, to having 10 offices spread across four states. Now with over 400 employees, Sundance Vacations has won numerous awards for business ethics, growth and healthy workplace campaigns as well as being on the “Best Places to Work” lists for Illinois, New Jersey and Pennsylvania multiple times in the last five years.