Traveling the Middle East can be tricky if you don’t know the ins and outs of each country. That is especially true when your travel involves going to Israel. The policies of most Arab countries differ when it comes to showing evidence that you visited Israel during your journey.
Let us help. Our infographic, “Israel Passport ... Read More ›
What sort of person prefers to travel alone?
Many assume it’s the quintessential extrovert: outgoing, thrill-seeking, and teeming with energy. After a busy day of sightseeing, they’re ready to hit up the most popular bars at night. They thrive off of constant socializing, connecting with strangers, and creating shared experiences. Even in new groups and environments, ... Read More ›
At first, it sounds fantastic. Your entire extended family is coming together for a reunion or your friends are taking off for a tropical getaway, and you imagine all the inside jokes, bonding moments and lifetime memories that will result. What’s better than sharing your travel adventures with your loved ones?
There are many perks to ... Read More ›
All it takes is one trip. You could be visiting a nearby town or flying halfway around the world when suddenly — you’re bitten by the travel bug. And once you have it, you’re addicted for life.
The word “solstice” comes from the Latin word “sol” meaning sun and “stit” meaning stopped or stationary. Put together, “solstice” means “when the sun stands still.”
More specifically, we use the term solstice to refer to the beginning of summer and winter, the longest and shortest days of the year, respectively. On these days, the sun ... Read More ›
Life dramatically changes after kids, but that doesn’t mean you need to pause your travel plans.
There’s nothing like unfamiliar places that will stimulate a child’s curiosity, appreciation for other cultures, and open mindedness to new experiences. From food and transportation to language and architecture, everything will be exciting and new to your little ones. Don’t ... Read More ›
Over the next month, France is hosting the eighth ever FIFA Women’s World Cup. This international football championship will bring out more than a million ticket holders to 52 matches in nine cities across the country. While France is already a bucket-list destination year round, the next four weeks promise a special experience for ... Read More ›
Young Americans have long been wary of credit cards. After the Great Recession and record-high student loan debt, credit card enrollment and usage took a dive as Millennials tried to minimize their financial risk. A 2016 Bankrate survey found that only a third of those born between 1980 and 2000 said they had ... Read More ›
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos recently advocated a blended approach over the delineation of work-life balance, but today’s business travelers are already one step ahead.
“Bleisure” has long been on the rise. This international trend (also termed “workcations”) blurs the line between business and leisure travel. Over the last decade, more and more people are extending ... Read More ›