Travelers don’t need a lot of gear on the road. Outside a few things, you don’t need a lot of “stuff”. However, since gear is expensive, making a mistake or two can lead you to wasting money, buying the wrong gear, or traveling with too much stuff. This section will teach you how to buy the right backpack, what to pack, protect your data and teach, and give you some other advanced tips and tricks for the road!
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Travel insurance is one of the most important things you’ll need for your trip. There’s a 99% chance you will never need to use the policy you bought, but accidents happen and life on the road is uncertain. In the end, it’s better to be safe than sorry!
Travel blogging is a crowded field — and it gets more crowded by the day. And a lot of the advice that people give is actually counterintuitive to your success. It takes a lot of hard work to be successful in this industry. After years of doing this, here are my 9 tips for running a blog that's successful.
Photography is a skill, and like all skills it takes practice and the right equipment to succeed. In this guest post, award-winning photographer Laurence Norah from Finding the Universe shares his photography tips to help you find the best camera for your travel style, skill level, and budget.
It's hard to know what to bring when you travel. With so many conflicting opinions, knowing what to pack can be a challenge. Dave Dean, our resident tech expert from Too Many Adaptors, shares his expert advice on what tech gadgets are worth your time and money in 2017.
Having a new camera doesn't mean your photos are going to automatically improve. That's why award-winning photographer Laurence Norah is sharing his 10 tips that will help you along the road to getting better travel shots with a new camera.
Over the last few years, I’ve seen a remarkable shift in social interactions while traveling. With advancements in technology, we're able to be wired all the time but constant distraction keeps us from enjoying the best parts of travel. Here's why we should put our phones down.