Below you’ll find travel tips and tricks, and all manner of advice for things as specific as how to save on a flight, to broader topics like how to take great photos. Pragmatic advice is welcome, so be sure to leave comments if you have insider knowledge!
Dreaming of a post-lockdown vacation? You aren’t alone. These are the top-searched destinations for July through December 2020.
For some, a solo trip sounds like an adventure and for others, downright intimidating. Expert solo travelers and influencers, Gareth Leonard (@tourist2townie) and Mickela Mallozzi (@travelbarefeet) join guest host, Courtney Scott to share their tales from life on the road. These friends have all the tips and tricks you need to make your next (or first!) solo trip one you won’t forget.
The global impact of coronavirus is affecting travelers everywhere with canceled flights, route changes, and travel advisories in place. Here’s how you can prepare if you’re not changing your travel plans and what to expect if you booked travel with Expedia.
March Madness is approaching and our team is sharing everything you should know to make your 2020 experience a slam dunk! Big Ten Network Analyst and 20-year hoops expert, Mike DeCourcy, joins our squad in this episode and reflects on his favorite memories.
Should you invite your Taurus bestie on that next vacay or would your Aries boyfriend be a better fit? The AstroTwins are back again and they’re consulting the stars to reveal your best travel companions and what to do when signs collide on group trips.
Music festival season is upon us, but before you pack those Insta-worthy outfits and lock in your lineup, there are some things you should prepare for. In this episode, our guests swap tips and stories from their favorite music festivals around the world.
Traveling with kids is bound to be stressful and complicated… or is it? Karen Akpan, aka “The Mom Trotter” and Bethany Braun-Silva, Editor at Parenting.com, are sharing tried and true travel hacks to make your family spring break a breeze — whether you’re headed to Hawaii, overseas, or just the next city over.
From sustainable vacations to hopping a shuttle into space, we’re looking at some very different future travel possibilities.
Women are increasingly dominating the solo travel scene, so we called in two leading ladies who know a thing or two about setting out on their own.
Guest host and filmmaker, Courtney Scott, interviews Tansy Kaschak, Sustainability Editor for A Hotel Life and Heather Lilleston, founder of Yoga For Bad People, for tips on how to actually disconnect and recharge during your next vacation.