How to Access Your GDV Travel History

Manually keeping track of something like your vacation history can be cumbersome and, with all the technology we have at our disposal, unnecessary. That’s because when you log onto your member’s-only website, you have access to all of your Global Discovery Vacations Travel History.

Any vacation that is pending, completed or canceled are all found on our website, with a couple other helpful features. Here are some tricks to help you use these handy membership tools:

Travel History
Click on “Account Info” on the top of and find “Travel History” on the left:

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You’ll find all these tools when you click on “Account Info,” located at the top of the screen. “Travel Histroy” gives you all the information you need from past and upcoming vacations.

Anything you need to know about your vacation can be found here, whether it is canceled, upcoming or complete. You can even see pending offers from this screen. Basically, if it has a reservation number, it will be found here with the following info:

  • Name of Resort
  • Travel Date
  • Number of Star Credits Used
  • Reservation Status
  • Week Type (Vacation Week, Expressway or Special Buy)
  • Includes Cruise Exchange History
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An example of a trip found in Travel History. You can also access your reservation confirmation and fill out our vacation survey here.

Copy of Reservation Confirmation
One of the best parts about this feature is that you will always have your reservation confirmation handy. You can even print it if you lost your original copy. And we all know how handy this document is.

As many of you know, we always send out a survey via email after you’ve completed your vacation to get your feedback on the resort and surrounding area. This is how we assess the quality of our resorts and help fix any issues that need to be addressed, which is why we appreciate and consider all of your comments. If you missed the email or put it off for later, you can fill out the survey from this page.

No more trying to figure the name of that resort, no need to dig through emails, we’ve got your travel history covered on

Is there something you haven’t seen on our website that you think would be useful? Let us know in the comment section.

Corey is a writer from Overland Park, KS, and has been with Global Discovery Vacations since September 2013. Once a sportswriter, he traveled the country and became proficient in airport security line etiquette and leaving items in hotel rooms.

8 thoughts on “How to Access Your GDV Travel History

    • Hi Janet,

      Cruise Exchanges will show up on the Travel History as well and you should see how many Star Credits you used. If you don’t see that information, give us a call at 800-879-7779 and one of our representatives would be glad to help you.

      Hope this helps!

  1. One thing that would be nice on the travel history for those vacation weeks pending, is being able to access the form and make changes if necessary.

    • We appreciate the feedback, Taunya. We passed it along to our programmers and see if it’s something we’ll be able to implement.

      -Happy Travels

  2. We’ve been so happy with GDV for 5 years since we bought a 4 star program, that we bought another star recently.

    • That’s wonderful to hear, Gary. We’re sure you’ll use it well!

      -Happy Travels

  3. my comment is related to the lack of follow up on the supposed free gifts. I have yet to be contacted by anyone and this after several [phonecalls from different callers because of a blog, I was advised that i would be called and that has not happened. we were told we had two free airline and 3 day cruise and we woudd like to use them. it really is sad what u tell people to get them to buiy will soon be looking for a refund yes i am aw are of the 3 days but……….

    • Hi Kimberly,

      We’re sorry to hear about your trouble with the promotions. The sales office reached out to you last week since they are responsible for the promos, but we have told them to give you another call.

      – Global Discovery Vacations

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