By Courtney McCaffrey | July 14, 2014

Dress codes in North America are usually reserved for edgy high school students,

By Courtney McCaffrey | July 11, 2014

From toting teddy bears through TSA checkpoints to tucking your little ones into

By Courtney McCaffrey | June 23, 2014

The final days leading up to vacation are some of the most exciting, but they ca

By Randy Kalp | June 20, 2014

Jet lag doesn’t discriminate. Men, women, big, tall or small, we’re all susc

By Courtney McCaffrey | June 10, 2014

Singapore Airlines Limited (SIA) is the flag, or national, carrier of the countr

By Randy Kalp |

As summer draws near and many of America’s national parks awake from their dee

By Randy Kalp | June 3, 2014

The Galapagos Islands are one of those unique places in this world where people

By Courtney McCaffrey | June 2, 2014

Nothing’s worse than leaving a white-sand beach in the Caribbean to return

By Randy Kalp | May 23, 2014

There are two types of travelers in this world: those who see packing as an inte

By Randy Kalp | May 18, 2014

Whether it is the dead of winter or the height of summer, I could not agree more

By Randy Kalp | May 12, 2014

San Diego’s unique proximity to the mountains, international border and de

By Courtney McCaffrey | May 9, 2014

Nothing ruins your taste for a new destination like being scammed or overcharged

By Randy Kalp | May 1, 2014

Orlando has become synonymous with Mickey Mouse and his motley crew of adorable

By Randy Kalp | April 24, 2014

Iceland’s famed Ring Road is like a living 830-mile “Choose Your Own

By Randy Kalp | April 17, 2014

For those of you about to travel to a small town this summer, we salute you! Sur

By Randy Kalp | April 10, 2014

Ottawa could hardly be lovelier for a long layover. So skip the stale airport ho

By Randy Kalp | April 3, 2014

New York City may be a pizza lover’s dream, but if you don’t know where to g

By Randy Kalp | March 27, 2014

I’m usually not this adamant about visiting a destination. However, after spen

By Tim Leffel | March 25, 2014

So I was just at both Chichen Itza and Uxmal in the Yucatan state of Mexico th

By Tim Leffel | March 22, 2014

It’s hard to get around the fact that Europe is more expensive than the U.S. a

By Randy Kalp | March 20, 2014

These days Mickey and Minnie Mouse aren’t the only celebrities in Orlando who

By Guest Author | March 17, 2014

By Sofie Couwenbergh You’ve only got two weeks to travel each year and yo

By Randy Kalp | March 13, 2014

Once the central nerve of Europe’s intellectual and cultural scene, Florence i

By Randy Kalp | March 6, 2014

There’s so much good craft beer flowing through the United States right now th

By Matt Gibson | March 4, 2014

When on vacation there’s a balance to between splurge and stinge. It’

By Guest Author | March 3, 2014

By Charles Kosman After countless long and short haul flights with our kids, we

By Randy Kalp | February 27, 2014

There is a revolution happening in New Orleans and it will not be televised; how

By Randy Kalp | February 21, 2014

Parisians love their markets and for good reason: they’re pretty fantastic. Wh

By Randy Kalp | February 13, 2014

Spring is fast approaching. We’re literally a month away from longer and warme

By Randy Kalp | February 6, 2014

Icelanders love their coffee. In fact, they enjoy it so much that Iceland is ran

By Randy Kalp | January 30, 2014

From the neon glow of the Sunset Strip to the knee-deep powder of Sierra Nevada,

By Courtney McCaffrey | January 28, 2014

Somewhere inside Jasper National Park, Jeff Bartlett is photographing the advent

By Randy Kalp | January 23, 2014

Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley, Bobby Flay, Gordon…wait, what? Yep, there is a n

By Courtney McCaffrey | January 21, 2014

Adam Groffman is the king of hipster travel, which led us to ask, “What is

By Randy Kalp | January 16, 2014

San Diego is like that fun uncle who grew older but not up. Taco shops, gorgeous

By Courtney McCaffrey | January 14, 2014

Women’s travel isn’t always about shopping, spa days and tanning by the pool

By Randy Kalp | January 9, 2014

For first time visitors to Guatemala, chicken buses–the country’s main f

By Courtney McCaffrey | January 7, 2014

Anne Sutherland-Smith took her first plane ride when she was 7 years old, and sh

By Guest Author | January 4, 2014

By Chris McMurphy  Many of us who live in financially secure countries and  ha

By Randy Kalp | January 2, 2014

For travelers who want more from their vacation than insulated cookie-cutter hot

By Courtney McCaffrey | December 31, 2013

It’s hard enough traveling with one companion, right? Well, Rachel and Gre

By Courtney McCaffrey | December 24, 2013

Kerwin McKenzie has been to 108 countries, averages 300,000 miles in the air eve

By Nora Dunn | December 21, 2013

Oh yes. It’s possible. You can travel around the world and not spend a dim

By Randy Kalp | December 19, 2013

It’s no secret that Europe is one of most expensive regions in the world to tr

By Courtney McCaffrey | December 17, 2013

Dustin Main is a technology geek, a climber, a photographer, a food poisoning ex

By Guest Author | December 15, 2013

By Jenni O’Connor The old woman calls from her wheelchair and reaches an a

By Courtney McCaffrey | December 12, 2013

What’s better than a travel guidebook with information about more than 7 South

By Courtney McCaffrey | December 10, 2013 is a travel website and newsletter dedicated to “travel ideas

By Guest Author | December 7, 2013

When holiday time comes around, relaxing on the beach is at the top of many peop

By Courtney McCaffrey | December 6, 2013

Travel books are plentiful. There are motivational travel books, personal tales

By Randy Kalp | December 5, 2013

For decades the beauty of Sri Lanka was clouded by civil war. The bloody conflic

By Guest Author | December 3, 2013

by Clint Johnston Booking free flights and hotels around the world isn’t just

By Courtney McCaffrey |

Tammy and Chris, founders of the travel blog Tammy & Chris on the Move, are

By Courtney McCaffrey | November 26, 2013

After writing a high school paper about what he would do if he had just six mont

By Guest Author | November 16, 2013

By Megan Claire At some point in their journey, every long-term traveler is told

By Matt Gibson | November 12, 2013

Having earned a degree in creative writing just before the Great Recession, Robe

By Nora Dunn | November 8, 2013

What makes for perfect travel clothing? We’ll explore seven factors; ingre

By Guest Author | November 6, 2013

By Randy Kalp Believe it or not, it is possible. You can find a cheap hotel in P

By Nora Dunn | October 22, 2013

A castle. An urban flat. A farmhouse. A suburban mansion. A tropical villa. A mo

By Guest Author | October 18, 2013

By Jessica Festa Is it safe? Will I be lonely? How well will I be able to naviga