Hermit Road, also known as The Red Route, is one of the roads that runs along the South Rim of the Grand Canyon on the West side of Grand Canyon Village. It offers several different viewpoints where you can get spectacular views of the canyon. Check why Hermit Road is worth the journey!
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Desert View Drive, also referred to as State Route 64, is one of the roads that leads into the central part of the Grand Canyon. It runs right next to the eastern part of the Grand Canyon and offers several spots for you to stop and get spectacular views of the canyon. Check out why Desert View Drive is worth the drive!
Contrary to popular belief, your trip can be as cheap or expensive as you want it to be (for the most part). It all depends on what kind of traveler you are. The key is to pay attention to how much you are spending. To ensure that your trip doesn’t end of being more than you can afford, learn how to create a travel budget and stick to it!
I don’t know about you, but for me, one of the most exciting parts of planning a trip is figuring out what amazing things my destination has to offer! However, for some that excitement can quickly turn to anxiety as the fear of missing out (FOMO) begins to set in? What if I get home from my trip and discover I missed going to this really amazing once-in-a-lifetime activity or spot in my destination? Check out all of these creative ways to find things to do in your destination so you don’t have to worry about missing out!
The top two excuses people often give for why they don’t travel more are, “I don’t have the money to travel” and “I don’t have the time to travel.” Today, we’re going to tackle that second excuse and learn how to find time to travel!
Ever have those moments where you think to yourself, “I wish I would have known that months ago!” I do… a lot. Especially when it comes to travel. So, I got together with seasoned adventurers and travel bloggers to put together the ultimate list of travel hacks you didn’t know you needed!
Depending on where you are traveling to, you may have a lot of different options for accommodations: cheap hostels, fancy hotels, apartments, bed and breakfasts, homestays, and everything in between! If you are looking to save some money on your next trip, check out these tips for booking cheap accommodation from travel bloggers!
When it comes to travel, booking flights is often one of the most expensive parts of your trip. Depending on where you are going, flights can easily be a couple hundred dollars, or even a couple thousands of dollars. If dropping several hundred dollars isn’t stressful enough, flight prices are constantly changing. Booking too early or too late can make a big impact on what you end up paying for your flight. To make it all a bit less stressful, I reached out to some of my travel bloggers friends to get some of the top tips for booking flights!
I’ll admit that I’ve known travel credit cards existed for a long time, but didn’t know much about them. The only thing I knew was that you earned points for travel related purchases, but I also knew that most travel credit cards also had a yearly fee. In my mind, I just assumed that the yearly fee would just cancel out any of the rewards I earned unless I traveled a ridiculous amount. Sure, I travel more than your average Joe, but I still only travel two or three times a year. I didn’t think it would be enough to make travel credit cards worth it. However, the other day I sat down and did the math, comparing a total of 33 different travel credit cards with the credit card I had been using in the past and discovered that I was very wrong. Keep reading to discover some of the best travel credit cards and figure out which one is best for you!
Page is one of those towns that is often overshadowed by some of the other great attractions in the area such as the Grand Canyon and Zion National Park. However, Page ended up being one of my favorite destinations on our Arizona road trip. Find out all the top things to do in Page, Arizona and why you should visit!