Category: Travel Tips

Resources Every Traveler Needs to Know About

There are resources put in place for every traveler. Learning about and utilizing the following resources, as well as others, is one of the most important things you can do to increase your chances for a healthy, safe, and happy vacation. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention […]

What Travel Agents Will Tell That Others Won’t

Travel agents are not a dying breed. In fact, they are quite the opposite and they are saving customers an average of over $400 per trip plus hours of time it takes to plan! Travel agents are also paid on commission. This means that you don’t have to pay them for most of their services, […]

A Cruise Experience Unlike Any Other!

Most people know about ocean cruises and river cruises, but there is a type of cruising that is truly exceptional and unequaled to all other cruise experiences in both the cruise experience itself and in the ports of call. It is cargo ship cruising. I recently returned from an adventurous cruise on the Aranui 5 […]

Hidden Gems of Hawaii

Hawaii’s main tourist attractions are worth every penny and dime to check out, but they can be overcrowded at times. Finding and experiencing the hidden gems of Hawaii will make your first, tenth, and millionth trip both unique and exhilarating. Discover hidden gems on the following 4 main islands of Hawaii. Oahu: Zipline on Keana […]

The State Department’s NEW Travel Advisories

The U.S. Department of State website has always had reliable information, but now it’s even better. Over the years, many have looked to its online pages for information regarding their international travel destination. Recently the State Department underwent a major renovation in its Travel Advisory section making travel alerts and warnings straight forward and easy […]

When Should You Book a Cruise?

Early as possible. End. Of. Story. When it comes to booking a cruise for the best possible price, time is everything. Purchase your vacation when the cruise itinerary has been announced. Often, this is approximately 1.5-2 years before the actual sail date. As time gets closer for the cruise to depart, prices often increase. If you […]

5 Tips to Travel Smarter

We hope your year has been an amazing one! Looking back, I’m sure we can all say there are things we would do again and things we could improve on. As we look forward to 2018, here are 5 tips to help you travel smarter in the new year. Make safety a priority Be up […]

Cancun: What to do and Where to Go

In this cold season we find ourselves in, it’s time to head over to a place where the sun shines upon sandy beaches and beautiful ocean waves beckon you. Let’s hear the joyous sighs of wondrous relaxation as we head away to Cancun. While I could spend my time soaking in the sun, drinking sweet […]

Save BIG on Alternate Cruise Ports

Looking for another way to save money on your next cruise? You may hear the typical ways to save money – have a travel agent book your vacation for you, don’t cruise during a holiday season, and go on a repositioning cruise to name a few. But have you ever thought about how a cruise itinerary or […]

What Not to Miss in Alaska

As the largest state in the U.S., Alaska offers unlimited opportunities for exploration. It would be impossible to experience it all in a day or two, so here are some absolute MUST things to do, see, and eat. Then by the end of your trip you can truly say you have experienced Alaska! See the […]

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