Trip Planning Travel Articles

There are multiple industries dedicated to helping you plan a trip. Skip the travel agent and peruse over 50 articles that will help you plan the nuts and bolts of your trip, no matter the length or destination.

 
3 Australian Road Trips to Plan Your Trip Around
3 Australian Road Trips to Plan Your Trip Around Australia is a country that begs to be driven, from the Great Ocean Road, to the coast of Western Australia, right up through the Outback and the Red Center; Jenn Miller invites you to take a week, or a month, or six months, and explore beyond the highlights of Australia!
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65 Links To Help You Travel Around the World
65 Links To Help You Travel Around the World Thinking about a round-the-world or extended trip? We organized some of our favorite resources - from BootsnAll and some of our friends - to help inspire you and help you plan that big trip.
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Five of the World’s Most Expensive Countries
Five of the World’s Most Expensive Countries Round the world travelers know that visiting cheaper destinations can help you travel longer on a smaller budget. But what if one of your dream destinations just happens to be a pricey one? Adam Seper explores five of the world's most expensive countries and explains how you can save money on your visit.
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From Dreaming To Doing In 4 Weeks
From Dreaming To Doing In 4 Weeks Travel planning can feel like a marathon task, which, if you let it, can run on for longer than your trip. With the right mix of momentum and focus, most trips can be planned in as little as 4-weeks, and Jo Fitzsimons shows you how.
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The Evolution of Planning a Big Trip
The Evolution of Planning a Big Trip Transforming the vague into the particular - Rachel Laidler experiences the highs, lows, and unavoidable complexities of planning a Big Trip.
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RV Road Trip Considerations
RV Road Trip Considerations 2013 is the "Year of the Road Trip" for Jenn Miller, and she shares what she's learned from the road-school of hard knocks about RVing on several continents. Considering an extended RV journey? Here are some questions to ask and points to consider.
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Are Guidebooks Necessary for the Current Traveler?
Are Guidebooks Necessary for the Current Traveler? We use guidebooks to plan our itineraries, learn about a country's culture and history, find accommodation, and much more. They help create our experiences and provide a foundation in how we perceive and understand the place we are traveling. In this article, David Jennings takes a closer look on how these books are produced and what consequences their usage has on the world.
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Why Planning a Multi-Stop Trip Shouldn’t Be Difficult
Why Planning a Multi-Stop Trip Shouldn’t Be Difficult Planning a round the world trip can often be more difficult than taking the leap of faith to actually do it, especially when it comes to fights. With the advent of Indie, BootsnAll's new multi-country flight finder, planning just got a whole lot easier.
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The Survivor’s Guide to Traveling on A Tight Time Scale
The Survivor’s Guide to Traveling on A Tight Time Scale For seasoned mini back-packer Marissa Carruthers, exploring the world in bite-sized chunks is just as enriching as round-the-world trips. Here, she shares how to make the most out of travelling on a tight time scale.
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My Shoestring Broke: How To Prepare for an International Trip
My Shoestring Broke: How To Prepare for an International Trip I don’t how I feel about travel guides. I just don’t know how “lonely” this planet would be or not be without an essential how-to about traveling on a shoestring for college students who have no money or plan or travel partner for that matter. But travel on a shoestring I did. No money. No […]
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