4 Hassle-Free Ways to Bookmark Places of Interest

Matt is a 28-year old business traveler currently visiting Berlin for the first time and is eager to explore the city. Only problem is, his days are filled with meetings and his downtime is limited. He won’t be able to visit all the sites he wants, and he decides to bookmark some of these places so he can plan to see them another time. If … Continue reading 4 Hassle-Free Ways to Bookmark Places of Interest

Four Essential Tips for Thanksgiving Travelers

Thanksgiving is almost here, and many of us will be traveling to spend the holiday with family and friends. It’s one of the biggest travel days in the U.S., and things can get pretty hectic. But it is important to take a step back from the chaos and to appreciate the opportunity to be with our loved ones in a place we only see once … Continue reading Four Essential Tips for Thanksgiving Travelers

5 Essential Travel Tips for Tech Lovers

Do you feel lost without your iPhone or tablet? Are you a big tech lover who can’t stand being disconnected while traveling? If this sounds like you, then listen up. The good news is that there are plenty of ways to nurture your love of technology while traveling. Here are five tips to keep in mind to make your trip planning easier. Stay Connected The … Continue reading 5 Essential Travel Tips for Tech Lovers

The Top Five Places to See in Rwanda

Many people mainly associate Rwanda with terrible tragedy, due to the extreme violence and genocide that took place in 1994. But what you may not know is that Rwanda has made a remarkable recovery in recent years. Known for its stunning landscapes and national forests, friendly and hospitable locals, and fantastic cuisines, Rwanda has a great deal to offer. The country is on the rise, … Continue reading The Top Five Places to See in Rwanda

5 Essential Health Tips for Traveling to a Developing Country

When I was in high school, I participated in a school-sponsored trip to Peru. At the time I knew virtually nothing about traveling, though I was given a few tips on bringing my medications and not drinking the water. I didn’t take these tips seriously enough, and while in Cuzco ended up with awful digestive problems that required antibiotics. I was unable to get the … Continue reading 5 Essential Health Tips for Traveling to a Developing Country

The Top Five Things to Do in Boulder, Colorado

Boulder, Colorado can be described as a true gem of the Denver area, as it is a college town of 108,000 with so much to offer. There is a vibrant art scene, farmers market, plenty of hiking trails and nature, a great variety of cuisines and much more. Here are five things that are not to be missed if you visit Boulder: Chautauqua Park: The … Continue reading The Top Five Things to Do in Boulder, Colorado

Hurricane Safety: A Guide to Weathering the Storm

Hurricane season is underway, and this year has already been more active than usual, with hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and José causing widespread devastation in Texas, Florida and many Caribbean islands. Hurricane season is far from over, as it will not officially end until November 30th and we are currently in its peak. If you live in a coastal region, it is essential that you are … Continue reading Hurricane Safety: A Guide to Weathering the Storm

An Eclipse Chaser’s Guide to Total Solar Eclipses

The August 21st eclipse marked the first time since 1918 that a total solar eclipse traveled across the United States. Millions of Americans journeyed to the regions where totality was visible, some arriving days in advance and camping out to secure the prime viewing site. Many of those who stayed in hotels booked their rooms a year or more in advance, and many eclipse chasers … Continue reading An Eclipse Chaser’s Guide to Total Solar Eclipses

10 Tips for Preparing to Hike the Pacific Crest Trail

So you want to embark on the ultimate hiking challenge – the Pacific Crest Trail. You’re not alone – these days more and more people are challenging themselves to thru-hike the 2,650 mile Pacific Crest Trail or PCT, which stretches from the US-Mexican border to the US-Canadian border and takes the average hiker five months to complete. This is the trail that spiked in popularity … Continue reading 10 Tips for Preparing to Hike the Pacific Crest Trail