Travel

The Best National Parks for Your Next Solo Trip

Solo travel, especially solo hiking, is incredibly rewarding. Many of the United States’ national parks, as well as national parks in other countries, are excellent places to travel alone. When compared to other hiking destinations, national parks have incredibly well-maintained trails that are clearly marked. Mapped trails make it easier…
Jenna Hutzler
January 25, 2019
Business

10 Simple Business Travel Safety Tips

Business travel usually has an itinerary filled with items like client meetings, working lunches and training sessions. Making good use of your time is essential! In the rush of fitting in work, workouts, and the area’s best food and drinks, safety can fall by the wayside. It’s important to remain…
Jenna Hutzler
January 25, 2019
Travel

8 US Spring Break Destinations for Families

After a long winter, lots of families are ready to hit the road for a family spring break trip. What makes a great spring break destination for families? They fit into week-long school breaks, have lots of kid-friendly activities, aren’t filled with college kids and won’t break the bank. There…
Jenna Hutzler
January 25, 2019
News

Follow these Tips When Driving in Europe

Renting a car for a trip through Europe gives you access to beautiful countryside, a flexible schedule and an appreciation for more of your host countries’ cultures. It can also put you at the mercy of more aggressive drivers and at risk for expensive accidents. To prepare yourself for driving…
Jenna Hutzler
January 22, 2019
Featured

What is Ecotourism?

Traveling is an incredible experience. The opportunity to explore new destinations and meet the people who live there never gets old! As we travel, it’s important to consider the effects of our journey on the people and places we encounter. Considering the impact of travel, and working to minimize that…
Jenna Hutzler
January 21, 2019
Featured

A Year of Festivals Around the World

There are hundreds of unique festivals celebrated around the world for religious, cultural, historical and nonsensical reasons. Each one, from the small local celebrations to the huge festivities that bring locals and tourists alike to a region, offers an incredible experience. You could spend years visiting the best festivals in…
Jenna Hutzler
January 2, 2019
Travel

3 Destinations for a Coffee Plantation Vacation

A coffee plantation tour is a unique way to spend a vacation. Many are located in remote destinations at high elevations, which makes for a beautiful place to stay for a few nights, or your entire trip, while learning more about how coffee is planted, harvested and processed. Costa Rica’s…
Jenna Hutzler
January 2, 2019
Business

7 Tips for Staying Healthy While Traveling for Work

Spending time on the road for work can wreak havoc on your health. Time changes, busy schedules and restaurant meals make staying healthy while traveling for work feel almost impossible. Use these tips to help you stay healthy, both physically and mentally. You’ll feel better, work better and stay healthier…
Jenna Hutzler
January 2, 2019
Travel

6 Things to Do in NYC’s Theater District

Heading to New York City to take in a Broadway show? While the theater will be the highlight of your trip, you’ll need a few other items on your itinerary to fill your time in the Big Apple. Take advantage of all midtown Manhattan has to offer with these things…
Jenna Hutzler
December 5, 2018
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