If you have special dietary needs, here are 6 helpful tips to think about before and during your travels.
Archive | November, 2013
You’ve probably never heard of any of these destinations — and you’d have to travel on helicopters, hydrofoils, or even cargo ships to visit some of them. But, according to 1 travel writer, they are totally worth the effort.
Learn why Lonely Planet has selected Brazil, Antarctica, Scotland, Sweden, and Malawi as 5 of the top places to visit in 2014.
With so many people in such confined spaces on airliners these days, good etiquette is a critical ingredient of a positive flying experience. Here are a few things to consider when flying.
What are some ways to adopt a more preemptive, a more “activist” approach for a better personal flight experience? Here are 6 practices I’ve learned from the hundreds of flights I’ve taken over the years.
Travel insurance policies often have different coverage regarding missed connections. So, if this is an issue that concerns you, here are 3 tips I highly recommend that you consider.
Part of what makes the human race such a fascinating species is our amazing diversity. In fact, each of us sees the world in different ways and, of course, in terms of our own cultural traditions. What might seem strange to us, for example, is simply the norm for people in another part of the […]
When traveling to Southern Europe, the Middle East, or one of the many other places where bargaining is the norm and haggling is considered a high art, here are some tips to sharpen your skills.
If seating comfort is important to you — especially at a time when coach seats on many flights are shrinking in size — check out several independent online sites created to address issues related to airline seat quality.
“I used to scoff at the notion of travel insurance,” consumer writer Caroline Mayer recently noted. Now, her thinking has changed dramatically.