We’re here to help make your holiday travel easier. Below, find a selection of our best holiday travel tips, like what to do when your flight is canceled due to winter weather and how to bring your holiday gifts through TSA checkpoints with you. Travel smarter this holiday season so all you have to worry about is what you’re putting on your plate this Thanksgiving and what color sweater to wear to your holiday parties. Holiday Travel Booking Tips The 12 Best and Worst Days to Travel This Holiday Season: Here are the best days to fly during the upcoming holidays. 10 Holiday Travel Tips You Need to Know Now: There are still deals to be found, provided you shop carefully and plan ahead. 7 Ways to Save on Holiday Travel: The good news is that it’s not too late to save on holiday travel; the bad news is that you won’t want to wait too much longer to make your purchase. The Cheapest Time to Buy Holiday and Thanksgiving Flights for 2019: You can find the lowest fares … [Read more...] about The Ultimate Holiday Travel Survival Guide
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It’s no secret that travel costs money, but it doesn’t need to cost a fortune. It’s easier and cheaper than ever before to travel long term. But still, learning how to save money for travel can be a challenge at first. How long it will take will depend on the length of your trip, your style of travel and most importantly, how effective you are at actually saving your hard-earned cash. If travel really is something you want though, then saving for it becomes much, much easier! We have a guru level of experience when it comes to saving money for travel, and to help you to realize your dream trip abroad, here are our top tips and tricks to get you on the road faster. In This Article How to Save Money for Travel: Step by Step Make a Plan Make a Budget Work Out Your Income and Expenditures Set a Deadline Evaluate Your Outgoings and Lifestyle Downsize Sell Your Stuff Open Separate Savings Accounts … [Read more...] about How to Save Money for Travel: A Step by Step Plan
If you think you need months and months off work to take an epic adventure, you’ve clearly never seen a list of best two week trips like this one. Covering all corners of the earth and featuring fresh, interesting destinations that are more than worth jettisoning all your paid time off at once, they’re the sorts of trips that’ll have you booking as ticket today. I’ll also be sharing inspiration for shorter spurts of traveling that doesn’t fall into the near frame of two week traveling ideas. Some of these will be even shorter trips (how does a week road tripping through Canada’s Rocky Mountains in Alberta sound?) while others might be just a week, or slightly longer than two weeks (I hear China is nice this time of year) on the upper end. Which is not to say I intend to ramble in this post. I’m writing about two week trips, after all, so time and brevity are of the essence. The less time you spend reading, the more time you can spend making … [Read more...] about The Best Two Week Trips on the Planet
03 Oct 8 Things you Should Always do Before Going Abroad Posted at 23:37h in Blog by Victoria When you have been lucky enough to visit more than forty countries across the world, it’s fair to say that you start to automatically pick up the routine of what it takes to make sure that you have the best and most stress-free time possible! With a lot of travel, comes a lot of knowledge about the ins and outs of being a seasoned explorer, and it’s time for you to learn some of the things that I have learned over the years. Here are some of the things that you should always do before going abroad. Documents Make sure to check that all of your relevant and essential documents are in order and in date. How long does your passport have left on it? The last thing you want to do it turn up to the airport only to find out it ran out a few months ago! Visa Requirements Do your research on the specific country you are travelling to; do you need visa permission to be … [Read more...] about 8 Things you Should Always do Before Going Abroad
Even before a big winter storm looms into the forecast, you should be aware of your travel rights for winter storm flight cancellations—which can come in sudden, widespread waves, causing airport panic that makes it hard to think clearly. Because passengers actually do have an array of rights in winter weather cancellations. The first fact you need to know is that, in recent years, airlines have adopted a policy of making widespread, preemptive cancellations in advance of an actual storm. They rely on weather reports in order to manage their planes and flight personnel more efficiently, to make sure planes and crews are in a position to re-start operations most readily, and to avoid the huge fines they have to pay if they strand you on the tarmac for more than three hours. While this approach occasionally means cancelling flights that could really have operated, for the most part, preemptive cancellations seem to work better. Related:5 Insurance Tips for Avoiding Winter Flight … [Read more...] about What Are My Rights in a Winter Storm Flight Cancellation?