• Vacation Rentals: What You Need to Know

    If you’re looking for an alternative to staying in a hotel, a great option to consider is a vacation rental. These are generally furnished apartments, condos, villas, or houses and can be found in many locations throughout the U.S. and abroad. They are usually privately owned and offer more space than a hotel room. Vacation… Continue Reading

  • What Happens if You Miss Your Flight?

    If you miss or cancel any portion of your plane ticket, you are considered a no-show by the airline. This creates a domino effect. All subsequent flights, including the return, are canceled by the airline and no refunds are issued. You will then end up having to pay for your ticket — again — since… Continue Reading

  • How to Find the Cheapest Flight for Your Next Trip

    By Tracy Stewart from Airfarewatchdog — Budgeting for you next big trip? The less you spend on airfare, the more you can budget towards dinners, shopping, and other vacation frills. Below, we’ve got 15 tips to help you snag the absolute best fare. Source: How to Find the Cheapest Flight for Your Next Trip

  • How to Take the Stress Out of Holiday Travel

    Traveling for the holidays can bring on a mix of emotions — from excitement to dread. You’re excited about seeing family and friends, but dreading the long lines at the airport, unexpected delays, and the possibility of inclement weather. Here are some suggestions on how to take the stress out of holiday travel Planning your… Continue Reading

  • Basic Economy Fare: Restrictions to be Aware of

    Basic Economy fare will save you money, but there are restrictions with this bare-bones service. American, Delta, and United Airlines are offering a Basic Economy fare on select routes in an effort to compete with low-cost carriers such as Spirit, Frontier, and Allegiant. In the fall of 2018, Alaska Airlines will be offering a similar… Continue Reading

  • Traveling to the Caribbean During Hurricane Season

    Traveling to the Caribbean during hurricane season can save you money while enjoying fewer crowds. Mid-April to mid-December is considered off-season in the Caribbean, and six of those months are during hurricane season. If you’re willing to take a risk on the weather cooperating, you could experience a great vacation for a lot less money.… Continue Reading

  • Travels with Your Dog

    We love our dogs. They’re a part of our family, and their welfare is important to us. So if you’re planning on traveling with your dog, here are some tips on how to make the trip an enjoyable and safe time for you and for them. Be sure to take into consideration their health and… Continue Reading