travel tips

No matter how much you plan, there are bound to be bumps in the road; tips to ensure the optimal travel experience.

  • Cara Siera
    Published 6 months ago
    6 Tips for Surviving Your Beach Vacation This Summer

    6 Tips for Surviving Your Beach Vacation This Summer

    Are you headed to the beach this summer? According to the US Census, more than 58 million Americans hit the sand and surf annually.
  • Elouise Oldfield
    Published 7 months ago
    Tips for an Anxious Traveller

    Tips for an Anxious Traveller

    As someone diagnosed with quite severe social anxiety, being out in the world is scary enough. But having to deal with a phobia of public transport too? Not ideal.
  • Nathalia Silva
    Published 7 months ago
    10 Tips for Saving Money on Flights

    10 Tips for Saving Money on Flights

    You don't need to be rich to travel you just need to find the right ticket. You might have to sacrifice on comfort and perks, but its worth it if you just need a ticket to get you from points A to B.
  • H J
    Published 7 months ago
    Avoid Excessive Stuff

    Avoid Excessive Stuff

    Sometime last year, I went to India. Prior to that, it had been a good six-seven years where I went on an international vacation by way of an airplane.
  • Victoria Lim
    Published 7 months ago
    Hiking in USA: Best Tricks and Treks

    Hiking in USA: Best Tricks and Treks

    Have you become a slave to technology? Do you spend more time staring at your phone, or a computer than looking at a clear blue sky? Do days go by without you even leaving your home? If you are looking for a way to reconnect with nature, and get back to your roots, hiking is a perfect solution. Not only will you get an excellent workout, but you will also instantly feel calmer and less anxious. Hiking is nothing like walking around the city, and is oftentimes unpredictable. Therefore, make sure you are prepared for any kind of situation, so you don’t get caught off guard. Whether you decide to go deep into the mountains, or stay somewhere close to your house, these guidelines will help you have a pleasant experience.
  • Marli Ehrlich
    Published 8 months ago
    Coachella Survival 101

    Coachella Survival 101

    There are people who have been going to Coachella since day one. I saw one influencer mention in their Instagram caption that they've been going for the past nine years! Well, I've been for three years and to be quite honest, I might poop out on Coachella sooner rather than later. I'm sure that nine-year veteran has more survival tips than any other expert, but as a three-year veteran I can safely say I have some tricks up my sleeve. Stay tuned for Coachella Survival 101.
  • Joseph Jones
    Published 8 months ago
    Five Best Tips for Traveling to British Columbia

    Five Best Tips for Traveling to British Columbia

    British Columbia is one of the few true wilderness regions you can visit in North America, giving you the opportunity to enjoy numerous incredible sights from a sailboat, kayak, floatplane or while hiking. This is particularly true in the north, with BC offering untamed wilderness.
  • Kevin
    Published 8 months ago
    Top Recommendations for Traveling to Utah

    Top Recommendations for Traveling to Utah

    Utah is a state in the southwestern region of the United States that has some of the most incredible scenic beauty in the world. Along with its unbelievable natural topography, it is famous for its deep, dry powder snow for world-class skiing and snowboarding. The national parks offer ancient wonders from Dinosaur National Monument and Monument Valley, to the extraordinary sandstone formations of Arches and Zion National Parks. If you are looking for fun things to do in Utah, outdoor recreation is the place to start.
  • Tom Szostak
    Published 8 months ago
    Disney Made Simple Part 2

    Disney Made Simple Part 2

    Welcome back to the next post where we start to delve into the parks a bit deeper. Our first stop is my favorite, Disney's Animal Kingdom. I am going here first as this has made a huge new addition to the park with not only a really cool area to see in the day and night with Avatar's themed Pandora, but also the two new rides that go along with it. This park is my favorite for several reasons. It is very easy to get into from the parking lot where you may not even need to get on the Tram. So, that means it's even easier to leave. It is the only park that has shade everywhere. But, it has animals. Lots and lots of animals. So, let's start our first day of planning for AK.
  • Shantelle Hill
    Published 8 months ago
    Paris in Five Days

    Paris in Five Days

    I recently went to Paris, I wanted to see all the famous monuments, taste the mouth-watering food, but also be able to relax. With only having five days there, this was going to be a bit of a struggle. Paris is a city with rich history, so it isn't surprising that the monuments are so breath-taking.
  • Kimberley Crawford
    Published 8 months ago
    Four Things to Do at Disney Resorts

    Four Things to Do at Disney Resorts

    When I’m at Disney I want to keep the magic going, even when I’m not in the parks. I would love to stay at a Disney Resort every time we visit Walt Disney World, but sometimes this just isn’t possible, either due to capacity or because some of the resorts are just too darn expensive. I still want to embrace the magic that is everything Disney. I know I’m not alone with the desire to surround and immerse myself in the culture that permeates the 47 square mile property. Even if we aren’t staying at a Disney resort, doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy some of the fun extras that come with the Disney Resort. Here is how to add a little extra Disney magic into your vacation by visiting a Disney resort.
  • Flora Mayer
    Published 8 months ago
    Traveling To the US: Who is Eligible to Travel Without a Visa?

    Traveling To the US: Who is Eligible to Travel Without a Visa?

    If you are like most people, traveling to the USA would be a dream-come-true, regardless of your length of stay and purpose of visiting. The world’s biggest superpower has too many tourist sites, many diverse cultures to explore, awesome cities to tour, and some of the most magnificent infrastructures you will ever see in your entire life. It also offers you the rare opportunity of enjoying the many breathtaking outdoor activities the world has to offer, including swimming on the beach, hiking, scooter tours in Las Vegas, horseback riding, and boat riding in New York. The USA is also among the biggest economies in the world which makes it one of the best places to do business.