7 Best Travel Planning Resources in 2018
Planning travel doesn’t have be stressful. Let these resources help make planning a breeze.
Have an up-coming trip? PERFECT.
The last 4 years I have been traveling all over the world, downloading & un-downloading apps, scouring the internet, and buying guidebooks all to plan the perfect itinerary.
Travel Hack: No guidebooks are necessary, don’t buy them, they are a waste of money.
My planning style tends to be minimalistic. What I’ve learned over the years is to take it easy. Don’t over-plan. Creating a rigid schedule for a trip creates Anxiety & Frustration which can ruin a trip all-together.
These are the 7 best travel planning resources. Learn how to organize your trip, book accommodations, & sight-see at your destination…
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Trip Advisor Destination Guides
Access the guides by opening up the mobile app, searching for your destination, & clicking on “Destination Guides” then you’ll be prompted to download the content.
Airbnb Experiences: This concept was recently released and I am PUMPED, while it’s only offered in a handful of places, I hope that it expands to most cities. Airbnb experiences is a section that allows you to book a 2.5 hour tour or activity with a passionate local.
AirBnB is usually my go-to for accommodations. I love staying with hosts that feed off of travel talk. Their insight to a new city is always invaluable. With Airbnb, you can always find a price point that meets your budget. It has great features like map function and funneling your search by kitchen, wifi, etc.
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Airbnb can be accessed as a website or app.
Visa research can be a pain.
Visa HQ is a best travel planning resource because it’s a website that makes visa research incredibly easy! On the homepage, you type in the country that you’re from & then the country that you’re traveling to. From there, the website will tell you if you need a visa to visit the country. It also lists the different types of visa that you could apply for & how to apply for them.
I’ve never used their paid service, but I LOVE the quick & free information that it gives you.
Thanks for checking out the 7 Best Travel Resources.
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