Are you planning a road trip? In this article, we have collated all our expert road trip tips and our exact planning process. After road tripping across a couple dozen countries, from Albania to the US, from New Zealand to Spain, we have learned a thing or two about the do’s and don’ts and want to make sure we share those long distance driving tips with you.
This article covers all aspects of planning a road trip, from choosing the destination and duration to getting your car ready, budgeting, finding the right accommodation, managing a crisis and, of course, deciding where to stop.
Learning a new language has never been easier than it is today; while travelers in the past may have relied on months of immersion, or an endless stack of flash cards, nowadays there is a fantastic range of apps to choose from, all offering fluency, and a promise to have you speaking a foreign language in a day.
We all love a good solo travel quote. They ignite a curiosity inside us, inspire us to get up off the couch, and sometimes, give us that push of courage to go!
There are plenty of solo travel quotes floating around the web, from the classics you see on every Instagram feed (“Not all those who wander are lost”), to the motivational, philosophical, and super poetic. But what about the wisest?
Here you’ll find 100 + of our favorite, wisest solo travel quotes!
We’re all for women-only travel groups and tours. We not only have our Solo Female Travelers community on Facebook which counts more than 65,000 members, but also run women only tours to challenging, expensive or fascinating destinations. And we are not the only ones! Women only trips are a growing trend everywhere around the world. …
You should never, ever, leave the house without travel insurance. If anything happened to you, you could easily end up bankrupt or not get the help you need. It’s simply not worth it, and this is one of the most important parts of travel planning.
To help you find good value travel insurance, we’ve compared the top 6 companies, as recommended by our community. These are the most popular and reputable travel insurance websites that travelers around the world use.
There are many incredible travel jobs which are directly related to the travel industry, and many incredible online jobs which allow you to work remotely as you travel. However there are also many other jobs that require travel, and which provide for great opportunities to travel while doing something else.
Many of these pseudo travel jobs may even be better than working in the travel industry directly because you get to enjoy travel as a guest, and they often have generous travel perks.
One of the most obvious ways to work and travel the world is by picking a job within the travel industry.
Some of the most obvious ones, such as cabin crew, are directly related to travel whereas others, like a travel agent, provide employees with lots of benefits that make it easier and more affordable to travel more often.
In this article we want to look at travel jobs, aka jobs that are in the travel industry. Some of these require degrees and specialist education, whereas others have minimum skill requirements or can be learned with online courses.
The percentage of people with location-independent jobs has only been increasing in the last few years. Envy-inducing photos by bloggers and Instagrammers have created a new demand for jobs in travel and for jobs that require or expect one to travel.
This article will list all the jobs that can be done online or remotely so you can travel and work online and become location-independent.
Do you want a job that lets you travel the world? Read on!
There’s a lot of advice out there about staying safe while traveling, from taking precautions at the airport, to using public transport, or actually wandering around. But after an incredible day of exploring, we often get back to the hotel, kick our feet up, and let our guard down.
And I totally get it – you’re on vacation, and the last thing you want to do is worry about hotel security. But hotel stays carry an inherent level of risk, and everything from break-ins, to fires, to bed bugs, and terrorist attacks could potentially affect you.
While it’s not worth becoming too paranoid about some of these, after-all you’re much more likely to be killed by a vending machine than a terrorist, it’s definitely in your best interest to take a few precautions to protect against common hotel risks.