Category: Travel Tips (page 1 of 10)

American Food Traps: International Dishes that Are Actually American

Traveling internationally? Looking to eat the food of the region? Here are the top 6 foods to avoid on your travels if you want to dodge American culinary tourist traps!

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5 Practical Reasons to Purchase Travel Insurance

Health, auto, homeowner, life – the list of essential insurance goes on and on. You probably don’t even think twice about purchasing one of these plans, since they protect against everyday disasters.

Travel insurance, on the other hand, may be viewed as optional. Why? We all want to believe that once you turn vacation-mode on, setbacks and disasters disappear; yet this mentality is simply (and unfortunately) untrue!

Just because your email is set to autoreply and you’re wearing your favorite pink palm tree polo doesn’t mean you’re in the clear.

While we all hopefully will never have to use travel insurance for life-threatening circumstances like transportation and treatment at a US-approved hospital, there’s many more reasons to pick a travel protection plan before your next journey.

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Stop Jet Lag for Good

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When you travel to a different time zone, it can become a challenge to adjust to the local time. Luckily there are many tricks you can try to prevent your body from struggling through jet lag.

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10 Ways to Help Protect Your Baggage

Most people spend a lot of time making packing decisions for their trips. Lost and delayed bags can really put wrench in your travel plans. There are some preventative measures you can take to help prevent baggage loss and delay. Here are ten ways you can help to protect your baggage.

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Student Spring Break Travel Tips

 

It’s that time of year again and students are traveling to destinations all over the world to kick back, relax, and take some time off from a busy school schedule. It can be one of the most exciting times, but it is also important to remember that you need to stay as healthy and safe as possible when traveling to a new location. Before you leave, check out some of the of these spring break safety tips to make sure your trip goes smoothly!

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4 Ways to Keep Your Passport Valid

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Did you know you could be turned away at the airport even when your passport is valid? Certain countries have rules that say your passport cannot expire within a certain amount of time or else you may not be able to enter.

Before you go on your trip, it’s important to do some research about your destination’s requirements. Here are some tips to help make sure you stay on top of passport rules.

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Tips and Tricks for Air Travel

Tips and Tricks for Air Travel

Instead of dreading long travel days in airports, you can make the experience more comfortable by preparing in different ways. Here are some of the top tricks you might want to try the next time you fly.

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Winterize Your Holiday Travel Plans

Winter is on its way and as we all know, it can be one of the most difficult times of year to travel. In the winter months, it is important to take certain precautionary steps if you are traveling including being prepared for cancellations and delays, as well as keeping you and your travel companions safe. We wanted to provide you with some helpful tips to ensure you will have the most holiday travel season as possible no matter the ice, snow, or sleet that may show up unexpectedly during the upcoming months.

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Tips to Prepare for a Cruise

Tips to Prepare for a Cruise

Cruising is a great way to travel and see the world, and now is a great time to start planning a cruise trip. To make the most of your trip we compiled some of the best tips to help you prepare for your next cruise trip.

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Staying Safe During Hurricane Season

With hurricane season in full swing, we wanted to take a moment to recommend the following tips to protect your home and family and minimize costly damage from potentially dangerous storms and hurricanes.

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