We hope 2012 brings you more amazing indie travel experiences, and to help you make travel a priority in your life this year, we've put together a list of travel-related resolutions that you can actually keep.
From getting your visas to getting your vaccinations, finding an ATM to finding a toilet, booking a flight to booking a campsite, Greg Banecker breaks down 50 of the best smartphone travel apps that are sure to make your travels less stressful, more convenient, and above all, really, really cool.
RTW travel allows for much more time to tackle bigger journeys that just can't be done in a shorter time frame. If you have always been fascinated by routes like the Trans-Siberian Railway, the Pan American highway, or the Silk Road, now is your chance to experience these iconic journeys.
For first time RTW travelers, there’s so much to think about. Getting that first country on your itinerary is an exciting time, and many struggle with finding the best place to begin. Here are nine countries that make excellent first stops on your round the world adventure.
How much should I plan? How much should I leave open? Planning a long term, RTW trip can cause headaches for first-timers. Luckily Adam Seper is here to help you ask yourself the right questions to make planning that first RTW trip much easier.
Getting sponsorship for an expedition or trip can be a mine field. Paul Archer from the, 'It's on the Meter' around the World taxi expedition, provides 10 tips on how to make this process easier and increase the likelihood of success.
In an age where the internet is swamped with travel blogs, information and reviews, the traveler with limited time almost instinctively reaches for the printed guidebook, but is it really the wisest choice? Denise Pulis shows you how ditching the guidebook and making the time for some personal research may turn out to be more rewarding.