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  • August 31, 2016
    Get basic travel information about your next travel destination at BaseTrip

    Most of us traveling to a new country would like to know some basic information like currency exchange rate, weather conditions, cost of living, any vaccinations required or important numbers. You can find all of this in different sources or websites, but head over to BaseTrip that provides all the basic and relevant information you […]

  • July 21, 2016
    Require a visa or not to your destination country? Passport Index will tell you

    Planning a trip can be daunting in terms of booking flights, hotels, local transportation and tours. Additionally, you need to worry about vaccinations and documentation like passport and visas. Not everyone need visas to your destination country. While some countries offer visa-free travel, some offer visa-on-arrival and then there are countries which mandate you to […]

  • March 29, 2016
    DealRay will send super cheap, “mistakes” fares to your phone

    Spring and summer holiday season is almost here and while most of us look for deals on flights and hotels, there are a lot of websites that will send deals to you, but not the “mistakes” deals that show up on airline or hotel websites. This is where DealRay steps in. Specializing in finding “mistake” […]

  • December 10, 2015
    This tool will list destinations you can travel to with your FF award points

    After earning a bunch of miles in your frequent flyer account, you would want to know where in the world will those miles take you. A site that compares flight prices in terms of your travel rewards points, AwardAce, has come up with a new tool called “Discover” that suggests destinations based on the points […]

  • July 23, 2015
    Stopover & explore a new city with help from QuestOrganizer

    Flying long distances can be a hassle for any traveler, but if you have an opportunity to break that long flight into a layover then you can get relief from that long flight and it’s a great way to squeeze more mileage out of your trip. There could be a lot of stopover cities on […]

  • June 18, 2015
    This website will aggregate all airline deals in one place

    There are many websites like Airfarewatchdog, TheFlightDeal, FareCompare, SecretFlying, StealThisTrip, and Stealthetrips offering alerts for flight deals, but monitoring each one them is insanely difficult. You have look for mistake fares, deals and promo codes for carriers around the world, but this is now made superbly easier by ExitFares. This brand new website aggregates the […]

  • April 21, 2015
    Amazon Destinations is a new brand featuring drivable, local destinations

    Amazon has quietly launched its much-awaited new hotel product and brand, Amazon Destinations. Known as ‘Amazon Local’, this is primarily a hotel deals site working with hoteliers directly and on an ongoing basis. Currently, it features hotels in the Pacific Northwest, Southern California and the Northeast of United States. Available on desktop for now, it […]

  • April 13, 2015
    Cleverlayover will help you save money by searching non-partner airline routes

    One of the best travel hack in terms of finding cheap airfare is to buy the cheapest ticket you can find to any transit city in a continent and then book a separate flight on one of that continent’s budget carriers to your final destination. For example, if you’re booking a flight from Los Angeles […]

  • February 24, 2015
    Guide to Iceland offers organized, cheap tours to the island nation

    Planning a trip to Iceland? And don’t want to create an itinerary? Then head over to Guide to Iceland where you have licensed tour guides offering various trips from a one-day trip in Reykjavik to a 15-days trip around the island nation. The website lists accommodation, which is not exhaustive around the country; and car […]

  • February 4, 2015
    Vamo makes it super-easy to build your entire trip itinerary

    Planning a trip can be daunting – You need to book flights, hotels, research whether to take public transportation or taxi, costs, etc. How do you know what places to visit? When to visit? All these questions can discourage a lot of people, but Vamo makes it easier. Just enter the cities or places you’d […]

  • February 3, 2015
    Plan your international trips with Kayak’s Travel Hacker

    There are a lot of websites that tell you when is the best time to book flights for your next exotic destination. All of these are predictions based on their data and one should always take these tips with a pinch of salt. Apart from all the preparations you need to do in terms of […]

  • December 11, 2014
    Make extra cash while traveling by carrying others’ packages

    How would you like to make extra money while traveling? We have all heard that and there are many ways to do that. Peer-to-peer services like Uber and Airbnb allow you to make some extra cash in your town, and now a new startup called Carry takes on the courier and package shipping industry to […]

  • December 2, 2014
    Find cheaper, ‘hidden city’ fares and save money

    The concept of “hidden city ticketing” is not new and if you do it right then you can save a lot of money on airline tickets. Basically, you book a flight past your destination, with your target destination as a stop on the route, and save more than what you’d on the direct route. This […]

  • December 1, 2014
    Get user-generated travel tips and suggestions at Tripinium

    We all know that getting suggestions and tip from other users for the next travel destination is always helpful. Sometimes these tips help us beat the tourist path and takes you to off-beaten paths for surreal experiences. Most of us head to TripAdvisor as our first choice, but this new website called Tripinium gives you […]

  • November 13, 2014
    Facebook introduces Places Directory showing popular places in your next destination

    Facebook introduced a new feature called Places Directory that shows you all the attractions, cafes, restaurants, museums, etc. in any city along with ratings and reviews; and if you’re logged in then it will show what your friends are saying about them. You’d say that there are websites called Yelp and TripAdvisor that already do […]

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