Travel Tips

How To Save Money On Hotels in 2017

by Audrey on February 26, 2017

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Just a few years ago there were a lot of websites advertising that they could help visitors save money on the price of hotels. While these sites still exist, they aren’t necessarily that helpful, because they often have the same prices listed as every other travel site online. It may be discouraging when you’re trying […]

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11 Beach Destinations for Your 2017 Vacation

by Audrey on February 20, 2017

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Regardless of your progress on your 2017 resolutions, summer is coming, which means you need to start planning your warm season getaway before it’s too late. Fortunately, the folks at Travel+Leisure have already compiled their list of the 50 latest and greatest travel destinations for the year, and there are more than enough coastal paradises […]

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Being away from your family for extended periods of time can take its toll on your relationships: there’s the stress of traveling and hearing about all of the great things happening back home and the worry that they are getting along just fine without you. But it doesn’t have to be so bad. There are […]

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How to travel across Canada by car on a budget

by Audrey on February 4, 2017

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If you have never seen certain parts of Canada, and you have a few weeks where you are not working or going to school, you may want to plan a cross-country road trip. One of the first things you need to do is pick the right season. Going on a road trip across Canada in […]

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Bikepacking is a combination of biking and backpacking in the wilderness. You grab your best bike, find a wooded trail and head out for a few days of riding and relaxing. It can be a very fulfilling adventure, but there are also many things you need to think about before you take off. Since you […]

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Must-Have Equipment for Nature Photographers

by Audrey on January 2, 2017

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Nothing is more breathtaking for a hiking enthusiast than the view from up the mountains. If you want to make mountain photography your niche, you’ve got to invest in the right gear so that you can focus on the actual shooting process. Aside from the basic hiking gear such as backpack, sleeping bag, and maps, […]

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To commoners, landmarks may seem a thing of ordinary importance. But only photographers know why they get excited about shooting landmarks. From letting everyone know about the history of the landmarks to making a place come to life on paper in front of remote people, landmark photography has tons of room for being creative. Want […]

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Why Your Travel Site Isn’t Getting Any Traffic

by Audrey on December 2, 2016

Travel sites are certainly nothing new. People love traveling, and they love being able to learn as much about a place ahead of time before making a paid commitment. The problem is they don’t always have the time to do in-depth travel research. That’s why these types of blogs have become increasingly popular. They’re one-stop-shops […]

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All times of the year can offer an incredible opportunity to get up with the friends and family to go backpacking. If you’re going to be out in the open and backpacking, there’s a few things you should keep in mind. There are a lot of tips you’ll want to keep in mind to stay […]

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Choosing a Camper Van for Your Aussie Road Trip

by Audrey on November 3, 2016

Flickr Creative Commons License 2.0 – Michael Theis The best way to explore Australia’s raw and untouched beauty is by getting a camper van and spending a few months crossing the country. A long journey like that gives you the freedom to travel at your own pace, stop in little towns that catch your eye, and […]

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