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Beginner Backpacker

Beginner Backpacker

The world is yours for the taking. Where will you backpack to next?

  • Travellingcommunity
    Published about a month ago
    Best Travel Hacks to Visit South Korea

    Best Travel Hacks to Visit South Korea

    As the culture is also exploding, so now people have thought of walking in the streets of the country that crossed their minds. South Korea is having something for each kind of travelers.
  • Victoria Nelson
    Published about a month ago
    Vacation Prep

    Vacation Prep

    In LA, winter ends pretty much as soon as it starts since its sunny and almost 80 in February right now. However, I know in most other parts of the world, seasons are a bit more…real. That being said, I know my friends on the East Coast are itching for a tropical vacation trying to avoid the cold so I put together my top tips for how I prep for a tropical vacation coming off of my recent trip to Cabo – here’s some pointers on things that I did do or like to do before I hit a tropical destination!
  • Stephanie Murguia
    Published 2 months ago
    Las Vegas Party Scene DO's and Don'ts

    Las Vegas Party Scene DO's and Don'ts

    The Las Vegas strip is notoriously known for being the land of the wild and letting go of all responsibilities. It’s famously labeled sin city, but in reality, what you do in Las Vegas doesn’t always stay in the city. Before getting on the plane, here are ten dos and ten don’ts to follow and remember as you wander into madness.
  • Natalie Ige
    Published 2 months ago
    4 Frequent Travel Fails That Demonstrate The Need For Travel Insurance

    4 Frequent Travel Fails That Demonstrate The Need For Travel Insurance

    Many tourists and travellers neglect to consider the paramount importance of travel insurance. While taking out a decent travel insurance policy will set you back a bit, it is well worth the investment. Do you want to have the fun of your trip hindered because you are too worried about the risks associated with every place you visit? Good travel insurance will help to take your mind off of these financial burdens and let you sink in and enjoy the moment.
  • Samantha Wilson
    Published 2 months ago
    The Dreaded Blisters. Caring For Your Feet On The Camino De Santiago

    The Dreaded Blisters. Caring For Your Feet On The Camino De Santiago

    It's time to talk about the dreaded blisters! The bane and fear of every Pilgrim on the Camino because who wants to suffer from blisters?
  • Dani Hendrix
    Published 3 months ago
    How to get over the fear of solo travel

    How to get over the fear of solo travel

    Everyone should travel solo at least once in their life. It is a very rewarding experience that will leave the traveler feeling more confident and capable. Recently, I went on my very first solo travel trip but it took me a few months to feel comfortable enough to travel on my own. I get it, traveling alone can be scary especially if you are a woman. In fact, if someone had asked me two years ago if I would ever travel alone my answer would have been a definite "no". But oh how the times have changed. I have compiled a list of the top five biggest reasons people (and my past self) are afraid to travel alone and how to get over that fear. Let me start by saying that there are so many reasons to travel solo and only a few keeping people from the world. People travel solo not because they can't find someone to go with them, but they make the conscious choice to do so. Even if you prefer to travel with someone else, life is too short to wait around for others.
  • Laura May
    Published 4 months ago
    Pack Smarter: 4 Travel Hacks for Poor Planners

    Pack Smarter: 4 Travel Hacks for Poor Planners

    There’s a very distinct split when it comes to people’s travel planning styles: those that meticulously plan out every detail of their loaded itinerary, and those that hate planning with a passion and would rather their adventures remain spontaneous.
  • Nancy Ahuja
    Published 4 months ago
    A Backpacker's Guide for Jaco Costa Rica Rentals

    A Backpacker's Guide for Jaco Costa Rica Rentals

    Jaco is the closest beach town to San Jose, the capital of Costa Rica. Its central location, ideal waves to surf, proximity to many natural attractions, and lively nightlife add to its growing popularity. Tourists and locals flock to Jaco to unwind and soak up the sun. Since Costa Rica experiences dry weather with plenty of sunshine from mid-December to April, tourism is at its peak during this spell.
  • Bethany Ashlyn
    Published 5 months ago
    7 Essentials to Remember to Pack When Camping

    7 Essentials to Remember to Pack When Camping

    The great outdoors! With technology booming right now and AC versions of everything, we spend less time outside and more time lounging around watching Netflix from the comfort of our beds. Trust me when I say I'm in no way judging you for this. I am a lover of shutting myself inside for a week with a 12 pack box of popcorn and Gilmore Girls streaming 24/7.