The Art of Stealth Camping

Stealth camping might be your thing if you’re travelling on a budget and you don’t mind spontaneity in your adventures. And no, it’s not illegal! (If you do it right) Camping is a fun and alternative way to arrange your sleep accommodations while travelling. It’s generally pretty cheap (reserving a camp spot can be anywhereContinue reading “The Art of Stealth Camping”

A Must-Watch Travel Documentary Before You Go

We are all SO STOKED to start travelling again after COVID-19. But, before you book that ticket, get a little inspiration from this travel documentary – and it’s only 25 minutes long. Be warned – it’s not the average dreamy travel documentary of destinations unknown. It isn’t going to focus on the beauty of travel.Continue reading “A Must-Watch Travel Documentary Before You Go”

Top Travel Spots that Support Carbon Neutrality

Will you, the traveler, take your tourist money to a country that is working towards a sustainable planet through carbon neutrality? Or will you, the traveler, take your tourist money to a country that couldn’t care less? Hear me out. The tourism industry is easily the most powerful, influential industry in the world. Businesses inContinue reading “Top Travel Spots that Support Carbon Neutrality”

How to be Great Tourists in Hawaii

If you’re planning to head to Hawaii as one of your post-COVID vacation spots, the islands would love to have you! Having tourists in Hawaii will be a huge relief for many. Without it, many local businesses are failing. Your tourism helps to support Hawaii… …but not the tourism that was seen prior to lockdown.Continue reading “How to be Great Tourists in Hawaii”

How “Smart Tourism” Will Be Changing the Way You Travel

COVID-19 has brought many issues to light, and when things return to “normal”, it will surely be different. In the next 5 years, you’re about to see some major changes. It’s all due to a movement supporting sustainable and smart tourism! A Briefing about the Problem Many popular tourist destinations have been experiencing civil unrestContinue reading “How “Smart Tourism” Will Be Changing the Way You Travel”

It’s Time to Think Twice Before Booking an Airbnb

Although COVID-19 continues to lurk around, many of us are itching to travel. As soon as the world begins to reopen, many will finally book that postponed trip and kick-start tourism once again. But, it’s time to rethink our travel habits. It’s time to think twice before booking an Airbnb. (Banner picture courtesy of AestheticsContinue reading “It’s Time to Think Twice Before Booking an Airbnb”

Why Finding Flights with Skyscanner is All the Rage

I’m not just good at finding cheap airfare, I’m great at it. But I can’t take all the credit. I find my flights with Skyscanner, the best airfare analysis tool out there! Once you know how to use Skyscanner well, you can become great at finding both cheap and sustainable airfare, too. The first timeContinue reading “Why Finding Flights with Skyscanner is All the Rage”

Will Overtourism Force Cultures into Extinction?

Share now to spread the word: Have you heard of the term “overtourism“? If you have been (or will ever be) a tourist, you MUST educate yourself about overtourism. It has been a growing crisis for years and is threatening the existence of our favorite cultural destinations. Luckily, it has been temporarily eased by COVID-19,Continue reading “Will Overtourism Force Cultures into Extinction?”

Backpacking in Europe: Winter Packing Guide

All budget travelers know that the cheapest (and least touristy) time to visit Europe is off-season. Unless you’re headed to a ski resort, that time is during the winter. Backpacking in Europe during the winter takes some problem-solving: how the heck do you fit your layers and sweaters in your backpack, AND still have roomContinue reading “Backpacking in Europe: Winter Packing Guide”

Window Swap: Creepy or Cool Quarantine Project?

Sick of home? Have the travel bug? Need to see new places but can’t travel due to COVID? Apparently, there’s a new website that let’s you see new places through other people’s perspectives… literally, and virtually. The website is Window Swap – some say it sounds kinda creepy, but I think it’s hella cool. WhatContinue reading “Window Swap: Creepy or Cool Quarantine Project?”