Category: Traveler Advice

15 Tips to Make Sure You are Always Prepared When Traveling

Chances are, we have all been in a situation while traveling where we have felt like we really weren’t as prepared as we needed to be.  Whether we were dealing with something as trivial as being stuck out in the rain without an umbrella or something as serious as losing our passport.  There are few things that can ruin a trip quicker than being unprepared.  Trust me, I have learned this lesson repeatedly throughout my time traveling this world.

How to Road Trip in the USA

The United States is a vast country with many cultural and regional differences that requires time to explore.  While many travelers choose to take flights from place to place, taking a road trip in the USA is a one-of-a-kind experience that will give you a better idea of this amazing country and its people.

From exploring the popular West Coast with iconic cities and jaw-dropping national parks to taking the less touristy routes such as the American South, hitting the road in America is an amazing experience that will challenge some of the familiar stereotypes and create life-long memories.

30 Places You Can Travel to and Spend Less Than $30 a Day

If you have always wanted to travel overseas, but haven’t been able to fit it into your budget, then this is the article for you.  I am going to outline 30 wonderful destinations that you can travel to that will cost you no more than $30 USD a day.  Granted, you could always spend more money at these locations if you wanted to, but all of these cities can be visited on a budget of just $30 a day.

Accommodation Booking Tips for Infrequent or New Travelers

If you browse the Internet, you will find a lot of advice out there on how to save money when traveling.  For seasoned travelers, this is often referred to as “travel hacking”.  It is the process of making the system work for you to save money on travel.  However, the more you read, the more you will realize that a lot of the advice that is out there is geared towards people that either spend a lot of time traveling or spend a lot of their time thinking about traveling.

There really isn’t a whole lot of advice out there for how the casual or new traveler who doesn’t travel that often or spend a majority of their time thinking about travel can save money.  I think this is unfortunate because one of the biggest barriers that infrequent travelers run into when they start to think about traveling more is being able to afford it.