Betsi & Jim Hill know from personal experience: travel is a life saver. A husband/wife team of 28 years, they are a dynamic duo journeying together, by land, or by sea aboard their 34’ catamaran, Gypsea, in search of adventure and always with a purpose to make a difference wherever they land.
The mission of Betsi’s World is to help others realize the benefits of travel and provide a guide to assist them in navigating their journeys.
The Betsi’s World team is PR Friendly and has worked with destinations throughout Florida, the Bahamas, the Caribbean, and Canada. At each stop, they’ve published destination pieces covering lifestyle, history, culture and cuisine. To learn more about the Betsi World team view our Media Kit.
Betsi and Jim have collaborated with a variety of DMOs and tourism boards including Quebec Tourisme, Harrodsburg/Mercer County Tourist Commision, Springfield Missouri Convention and Visitor Bureau, Visit Missouri, Bardstown Tourism, Visit LebanonKY, The King and Prince Resort, and Leigh Cort Publicity. We love participating in press trips and other forms of sponsored travel, and welcome opportunities to work with travel brands, CVBs, DMOs and tourism boards.
Where We Have Been Featured
We have been featured in the following media outlets: Blogging Successfully, Lost Treasure Magazine, The Yums, The Best of Life Magazine, MilesGeek, Great Escape Publishing, Main Street Fort Pierce Focus, Honeymoon Always, Epicurean Traveler, Confetti Travel Cafe, Sailing Life Magazine, Como Blog, Virtually Yours, A Travelling Fool, A Traveler’s Postcard, The Idyll and Word Traveling.
- Lost Treasure Magazine
Treasure Fever Hits the Florida Treasure Coast
- America in World War II
Frogmen: Cradle of the Navy Seals
- The Distillery Channel
- The Yums
- The Best of Life Magazine
- Miles Geek
- Great Escape Publishing
- Main Street Fort Pierce Focus
- 52 Perfect Days
- Honeymoon Always
- Epicurean Traveler
- Confetti Travel Cafe
- Sailing Life Magazine
- Blogging Successfully
- Virtually Yours, Kelly Stilwell
- A Travelling Fool
- A Traveler’s Postcard
- The Idyll
- Word Traveling