Anyone who has traveled has likely received advice from friends and family. Some of it may be good, and some of it very, very bad. Adam Seper collects the worst travel advice received by travelers around the world and offers a few tips you may want to consider instead.
Not all travel goes as planned. You never know what type of disaster can pop up while you're on the road. Adam Seper is here to give you advice on how to avoid travel disasters and deal with them if they do happen.
Being on the road means experiencing adventures and marveling at different cultures. It also means different cultures of bacteria are marveling at your arrival. Christine Garvin highlights eight ways to protect your health - and your good time - while traveling.
Considering your first cruise, either by river or sea? Melanie Waldman offers tip to help you find a unique and exciting vacation on the water while keeping your luggage, schedule, budget and stomach in balance.
Packing for two widely different destinations or trips with one bag can be done, but you’ll have to scrutinize your itinerary, evaluate like an actuary and cut like a surgeon. Michelle M. Winner tells you exactly how to do it.
You may think the reason you want to visit Egypt is to see that which it is famous for: the Pyramids at Giza, the Cairo Museum and the Valley of the Kings. There's more to this, the land of the Pharaohs however, than meets the eye. Allow Egyptology student Taryn Pollock to introduce you to a little bit of what really goes on while in Egypt.
As exciting as travel can be, you might find yourself hitting a wall mid-trip. How do you pull yourself out of it so you can go back to having fun? Maria Anderson has 7 suggestions to help you beat the travel slump.