You are here: Home / Blog / Solo Female Travel in Mexico — Is it Safe? Adventurous Kate contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase through these links, I will earn a commission at no extra cost to you. Thanks for reading! Is it safe for a woman to travel alone in Mexico? ABSOLUTELY. Mexico gets a undeserved bad reputation for travel, particularly in the United States. Much of this is due to the cable news environment with its exaggerated narratives that Mexico is full of drug cartels and murderous immigrants. This is not what Mexico is actually like. In fact, the real Mexico is so different that you’ll be stunned. My name is Kate and I write about solo female travel for a living. And I’ve spent a lot of time traveling in Mexico. Even though I’ve been to 77 countries and all seven continents, there’s something about Mexico that pulls me back again and again. I literally got back from my last trip two weeks ago and I’m already trying to … [Read more...] about Solo Female Travel in Mexico — Is it Safe?
Money saving expert travel money
MARTIN Lewis has revealed seven things Brits should look out for if they are planning to travel to Europe in the next few months. While details of how Brexit will impact travel is yet to be confirmed, the Money Saving Expert has revealed some practical things that holidaymakers should do. Appearing on This Morning and writing on his website, Martin Lewis revealed that while many elements of Brexit are still uncertain, there are some things that holidaymakers can do to help Brexit-proof their plans. Can you still use your British passport? One of the first things Brits should look into is whether their passports will still be valid for travel within Europe. Specifically, if you have less than six months left on your passport on the date of travel, you may not be allowed to enter certain countries in the EU. Sun Online Travel has previously revealed how the government has launched a free passport checker where you can check your passport's validity. All you need to do is enter your … [Read more...] about Martin Lewis reveals the six things you need to do to help Brexit-proof your travel plans
DALLAS — Most seniors have more free time for leisure activities including travel, but money is tighter when the paychecks stop at retirement. Retirees who want to travel can make those trips more affordable by taking advantage of senior discounts and through less obvious strategies. Many of the tips offered by travel experts work just as well for anyone, regardless of age, but could be especially valuable for seniors. Among them: — When traveling by air, be flexible about dates and even destinations. — Be impulsive; grab bargains when you see them. — If you're paying a lot upfront, insure your trip. Few airlines provide senior discounts anymore. American Airlines and United Airlines said they don't offer senior discounts. Delta did not respond to inquiries. Southwest Airlines does, for travelers 65 and older. It is not a set amount, a spokesman said. Southwest's website lets customers indicate that they are a senior, and their searches will include four fare … [Read more...] about Discounts to insurance: Many ways seniors can save on travel
By Christopher Elliott, King Features Syndicate, Inc. | PUBLISHED: November 19, 2018 at 7:09 pm | UPDATED: November 19, 2018 at 7:13 pm Book early. Give yourself a little extra time at the airport or on the road. Prepare for bad weather. If you’ve read that obvious holiday travel advice once, you’ve probably read it a hundred times. And I’ve probably written that holiday travel advice a hundred times. But this year, how about something a little different? A record 107.3 million traveled during the busy winter holiday season last year, according to AAA. That’s the highest year-end travel volume on record. It looks like this one will be just as busy, which means chances are, you’ll get caught up in the craziness. You won’t find this holiday travel advice anywhere else. It includes tips on how to behave, how to book, what to pack and how to travel. First, be kind to others. No, this isn’t obvious travel advice. If it were, then everyone would … [Read more...] about Holiday travel advice you won’t find anywhere else
I have pulled together for you my 75 best travel tips for discovering Europe on a budget. The post is a summary of my best posts and tips till date on the BudgetTraveller. There are still so many cool new tips and hacks to discover ….so if I missed out anything , I’d welcome your tips and feedback below. Before you arrive in Europe Checkout my brand new guide ‘The Grand Hostels: Luxury Hostels of the World’ The biggest secret in travel at the moment is the emergence of a new breed of hostels called Luxury Hostels. These are a new breed of designer hostels where the focus is on creating an experience for guests. Besides ensuite rooms or custom built pod beds in dorms you can find amazing facilities in these hostels like a swimming pool, sauna, a cinema , or a gym and swimming pool or dine with fellow guests and enjoy a 3 course meal prepared by inhouse hostel chef with bottle of port wine for as little as €10 This book is also the story of 116 … [Read more...] about My 75 tips to save money when travelling in Europe