I want to make traveling easier for everyone, so we're going to talk about some of the things I always look into for my clients before they travel, and the top things you need to know before you go.
Dedicating at least one day to avoiding the crowds is a great way to find balance in getting to see everything you want to see and getting to see all the things you didn’t know you needed to.
If you book a cruise and don’t plan to leave the ship do you still need a passport? And what is the difference between a passport and a visa, anyhow?
The list of reasons you should use a travel agent is endless, and the only reason you shouldn’t is because you don’t know any better. So, what’s holding people back?
There is a lot to consider when planning a trip and one of those things is deciding what type of accommodations you want to book. Will you be looking for something all-inclusive or pay as you go? Would a rental house be more practical than a hotel? Should you rent a car or use public transportation?
Some experts even say that it is a good idea to have two budget plans: an ideal budget- how much you would reasonably like to spend, as well as a max budget- the maximum amount you are willing to spend. Having a flexible budget allows you to consider all of your options and get the most out of your adventure.
There is no greater feeling of freedom than being able to do what you want, how, when, and where you want! This is why Adventure Travel has always had such an appeal to me. It exemplifies the laid-back, natural style of travel that embraces living in the moment...
By following my own 7 rules, I am doing all the planning before the trip, giving myself the ultimate freedom once the adventure begins!
Over packing is usually the product of either over-planning, or under-planning. If we start too far in advance, we will always think of more things we ‘need.’ Inversely, if we wait until the last minute, we tend to just start throwing everything see into a bag and hope for the best.