Category: Travel Tips (page 1 of 18)

Where is Travel Going

As we make our way to the half point of 2021 we see a lot changing. One thing that we can see making a change is travel trends. Travel, in the past year, has significantly changed more than once. But, we’re excited to see an up-tick in the intention for travelers to get back out into the world.

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Staying Safe While Cruising

Whether it’s your first time cruising or your one hundredth time cruising, the luster of the sea never wears off. Going on a cruise is an exciting experience. Floating from one destination to another overnight through the vast open waters, is something truly out of the movies. Get ready to make tons of friends, have incredible dining experiences, and find entertainment at every corner. Just like air and land travel, though, it is important to stay safe during your time on the sea. Check out our list of cruise safety tips!

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Travel Emergency Checklist

Traveling doesn’t usually come with bad connotations. We dream of warm sandy beaches, sun shining, adventure at every turn and time to get away from the hustle and bustle of our daily lives. Sometimes, though, the unexpected does happen, and we experience travel emergencies. Quite frankly, it can be very stressful to have this happen to you while you’re away. But, there are things we can do to alleviate some of that stress.

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How to Be a Tourist at Home

Let’s face it – most of us don’t have nearly as much time or money as we’d like to spend on traveling. Whether it’s to the next state over or across the globe, we want more of it. Circumstances, however, prevent us from doing just that. So how do we get that butterfly feeling in our stomach that we get when we land in a new airport while we’re at home? The answer: becoming a tourist at home.

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6 Reasons People Travel

Millions of people travel all corners of the world every single day. But, what really drives people to explore more than just their backyards? Just like anything, the list for what inspires people to travel is endless. No matter what motivates you to travel, we’re just happy that you share the passion for travel with us.

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Exploring: Maine

The United States of America is usually broken down by region and then by state/attraction. The west coast boasts great weather and modern attractions including a new and upcoming vegan food scene. The south offers warmer temperatures as well with the chance for ultimate relaxation on world class beaches. New England, or the northeastern region of the United States, offers quaint historic landmarks, great seafood, and every season!

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Spring Fashion Travel Trends to Transform Your Packing Style

Packing is always a difficult task to conquer before you head out of town. Even when you’re good at it, you have to alter the formula based on season, activity list, and number of days. That’s why any tips that can help us get the job done faster and more efficiently are good tips. Focusing on transition season fashion trends is a great place to start. Check out a few ways spring fashion trends will help you pack.

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6 Unexpected Travel Expenses

The prep work for travel is quite the task to conquer. It becomes difficult because we have to make assumptions and predictions about what we think will occur while we’re there. Unfortunately, there are times that the unexpected happens. One of the things that we find ourselves surprised about are unexpected fees. We compiled a list of a few common travel fees that people don’t expect or forget about. Check them out!

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Why You Might Want to Consider Traveling During the Off Season

One of the biggest decisions we make when we decide to travel is when to actually venture out. Often times this is dictated by the time we are able to take off from work, kids schools schedules, and location. Something to consider, however, is traveling during off season. Off season is the time of year when tourist numbers are at their lowest.

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9 Underrated Cities to Visit in the U.S.

We all know about some of the most visited and highly rated places in the U.S., like Las Vegas, Orlando, NYC, etc. So, we wanted to take some time to inspire you to visit some lesser known cities with all the spark and spunk you could ever want on a vacation. Who knows, maybe you’ll be inspired to add them to your domestic travel bucket list!

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