After 15 years of traveling the world, I’ve gathered the best travel tips and tricks to save money, avoid mistakes, and travel like a pro!
People often ask us, “What is your top travel tip?” so we put together the do’s and don’ts of traveling with these 65 travel tips that every traveler needs to know!
A simple “Please,” “Thank you,” and “I’m sorry” in the local language goes a long way. I also like to learn the word for beer, but that’s just me.
Sarongs can be used as a wrap when you are cold, a towel, a curtain, or a piece of clothing that can be worn dozens of different ways.
I’m a lazy, last-minute packer, so I’ve spent too many trips with all black or all grey outfits because I didn’t plan my outfits before packing. I look back at photos and wish I had put more effort into packing.
Am I the only one who can’t remember my hotel room number?? There has to be others out there like me.
Don’t judge other customs. You are a visitor. Be respectful.
The local tourism office is such a wealth of information. You can grab local maps, they can suggest free activities or special events happening during your stay, and they can even offer discounts on attractions and transportation.