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S/E Asia, Aus, NZ, US rtw trip

Want to travel around South East Asia, Australia, New Zealand, and West Coast US before heading back to Manchester(uk). 3 months, Jun-Sept 2015

Where are the best places to fly to and how much travelling over land should I do(i.e Thailand, Laos, Vietnam?), (Sydney, Melbourne, Darwin etc?)

[dates are wrong due to 11 month limit on flights]

S/E Asia, Aus, NZ, and USA

Want to travel around South East Asia, Australia, New Zealand, and West Coast US before heading back to Manchester(uk). 3 months, Jun-Sept 2015

Where are the best places to fly to and how much travelling over land should I do(i.e Thailand, Laos, Vietnam?), (Sydney, Melbourne, Darwin etc?)
  • Departure:30 Jun 2015 (in 301 days)
  • Duration: 45 days
  • Adults: 1  
  • 1 comment

First trip

My plan is to be gone for about 218 days, and start to travel in march 2016 and I know it's a long time to it but I guess it's good to start planning early?...

My thought was to take the Trans-Siberian railway to Beijing, stay in China for about 14 nights, then go by boat to Osaka in Japan, and spend a total of 15 nights in Japan, and then spend about 7 night each in Sydney and Auckland, and from there stay in USA for 37 nights, Toronto 7 nights, then from there to UK and spend 51 nights before going to Ireland and spend 20 nights and then back to UK with boat and spend another 8 nights before spending 37 nights in Italy, Switzerland, France, Belgium, Netherlands and Germany.

It's about 10 flights, 9 train rides, 18 bus rides and 2 boat rides .
Does this seem like a good plan as a first trip and a solo trip? Any kind of feedback, comment, suggestions and advice will be greatly appreciated.

Thank you!

My world tour

Hi, I am a first time travel enthusiast. Just like others I want to understand various tips and techniques to keep low costs. I am flexible with any time of the year.

Trip for Dad

I would like to know if there is a way to make this general route a less expensive ticket. I would like the points to remain close by, but I am flexible on cities and dates, within reason. Are you able to help?
  • Departure:29 Oct 2014 (in 57 days)
  • Duration: 93 days
  • Adults: 1  

My first solo world travels

I'm going to be spending about a year going from Beijing down to Bali, then a year in Australia on a Working Holiday Visa followed by a year in New Zealand doing the same thing. Three years total is the plan!


I am a retired Canadian Citizen.Want to go on holiday with my wife.
  • Departure:30 May 2015 (in 270 days)
  • Duration: 91 days
  • Adults: 1  

Central America Tour

Hello Y'all! My name is Bracha and I'm looking to plan a trip for my best buddy and me for may of next year. We both live in different cities, but I'll "pick her up" so to speak in her city.

The plan is for me to leave Atlanta by flight to Miami where she is, and we'll then catch a flight together to Cancun. Once in Cancun we'll do random adventurous activities (like visit/climb every pyramid possible) and stay in hostels along the way. We plan to take chicken buses to and through each country in addition to hike. That's the plan for each country until we get to Panama. Once in Panama we'll take a flight back to Miami and then I'll leave for Atlanta.

I have a few questions: where all in each country would you suggest we visit? We're always open to suggestions! Also, realistically, how long would a trip like this last in order to enjoy each country (like 2-3 days per?) and lastly: is this trip asking for TOO MUCH?

I thank you in advance for your time and your efforts in answering these questions to the best of your ability. :D Have an awesome day!



Our Big Trip


We are planning a 12 month trip around the world leaving London in March 2015 and would really appreciate some advice. It is our first trip and we have a very restricted budget. We would like to use as much overland travel as possible. The route we are considering is -

London - Columbia ...overland to Rio - Beijing – Ho Chi Minh City ....overland to Cambodia …overland to Bangkok – New Delhi …overland to Nepal - fly back to London (not sure about ending in Nepal)

We had originally wanted to start in India travel Southeast Asia and China and then to South American but March is not a great time for weather in India and so we are thinking of doing it the other way around. Most of the trips we have seen include Australia but this isn’t really a priority for us.

We are hoping to book our trip in the next few weeks – or at least the first part of it. I would really appreciate your advice on our itinerary, any overland routes you would/wouldn’t recommend and any other suggestions/advice that might be helpful.


  • Departure:31 Mar 2015 (in 210 days)
  • Duration: 364 days
  • Adults: 1  


I'm looking to hop from Washington DC to Melbourne with stopover(s) in Tokyo; could be a couple of days in Tokyo on the way there, could be 20 hour layovers each way. Having a day in LA would be nice as well on the way out, which would mean DC to LA on the 19th, LA onward on the 20th, return to DC by the night of the 5th.

I've found Malaysian Airlines tickets on Skyscanner that would do this (and also give me 10 hours to explore Kuala Lumpur), but for some reason none of the main online travel agencies will actually let me take them to the booking phase.
  • Departure:20 Dec 2014 (in 109 days)
  • Duration: 15 days
  • Adults: 1  

A little bit of everything.

I want to spend most of my time in Indonesia and a couple weeks in Thailand then spend 12-15 days training around Europe to end up in the Keukenhof Gardens around blooming time. Guess Im wondering if you see any ways to better optimize or hack this trip or any stops I can sneak in for next to nothing? The Thailand to Rome flight looks LONG.
  • Departure:06 Apr 2015 (in 216 days)
  • Duration: 42 days
  • Adults: 1  

Trip 1

How can i book a rtw ticket and still choose the exact flight dates spontaneousely and how does that change prices?
  • Departure:01 Dec 2014 (in 90 days)
  • Duration: 364 days
  • Adults: 1  

RTW Dream

I am searching for life changing experience. My idea is to visit all continents as much as I can to get to know different cultures.

I need advice about the duration needed to stay in each country as to be able to enjoy the trip and not be very exhausted.
Also, if there are any other places I can visit within this itinerary without adding a big extra cost.
  • Departure:08 Mar 2015 (in 187 days)
  • Duration: 29 days
  • Adults: 1  

family RTW 2015

We already have our in and outbound air tickets (Brazil-Sydney and London-Brazil).we need advice on how to optimize this itinerary in terms of cost and time travel.Is this Siem Reap stop doable or this will increase too much the price, and make airport conexions more difficult and time-consuming?
Family of 3, with a 7 YO child.

Europe in July 2025

Family of 4 with 2 teens. Departing from Lax, Burbank, Fresno, Santa Barbara, or nearby (we live in San Luis Obispo). Visiting London and Paris. Spending 10 days in each country. Traveling between the 2 via eurostar.
  • Departure:01 Jul 2015 (in 302 days)
  • Duration: 20 days
  • Adults: 1  

New New Plan

Not looking for advice right now. Just building the itinerary.

laura and lucas

I am planning my honeymoon, it will be one month in october next year, i need to Budget how much would it be, we want a trip with a lot of contrast, a bit of europe, a bit of a arab country, a bit of nature (africa), and something of asia. Is it really posible to find a round the world ticket for 1500 usd?

Thank you very much
  • Departure:21 Oct 2014 (in 49 days)
  • Duration: 23 days
  • Adults: 1  

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