Some travel tips you should never forget

Some travel tips you should never forget

As it can be clearly seen that most of us like traveling, having fun outdoors with family and friends that help unwind stress. According to our experience, the following five amazing travel tips will help you out. These awesome travel tips and tricks could make you say, “I wish I’d known about these sooner!” Thanks to these travel tips, you can save a lot of bucks and time.

Booking airfare and finding accommodation

We always want to get cheap flights and hotels. Thus, we need to follow the next few tricks for these great deals hunting.

1. Keep secret when searching. Always try to look for flights and hotels in incognito or private browsing mode to find the lowest prices. By this way, you cookies are not saved in browsers and your searches will not be detected. Some tourism sites and airlines track your time on the website and monitor your search history. If they know you are a repeat visitor, they hide the prices. Unbelievable, but yeah this amazing tip surely work.

2. Know the best time to book reservations and buy tickets. Usually, it should be within the 8-10 week period before the desired going date, but of course, except to those new sales flights program and hotel promotions. In fact, you’d better book and buy on Wednesday or Thursday, means to travel on mid-week when travel rates aren’t really high.

3. Hire other people to book flights for you. As I know, there are some freelancers who are living on this job now. If you don’t have much time, I think you should consider this idea. As they have skills and experience and they are online all day to check the best price and the fee for this is not very high compare to the cost of time doing it yourself.

4. If you’re in the hotel, ask the receptionist for Wifi password. When you go out, you can actually get some Wifi passwords of most places by simply peeking at the comments section on FourSquare. Some people were kind enough to post Wifi passwords in the comment boxes. If those hubs haven’t discovered it or changed the password periodically, you get ridiculously free, unlimited internet access. This can help you save a lot of money for Internet access, which is so expensive in many hotels and café.

Packing tips

Firstly, you should have your own holiday packing list. Put the tick on you holiday packing list to make sure that everything is available before packing. Of course, all of you want to put tons of things in your suitcase. Here are some packing tips to help you save enough space on your luggage. When packing your clothes, you shouldn’t neatly fold them. If you do, they will crease when compressed. Here are a few ways:

Rolling Your Clothes
Rolling your clothes is a must-remember packing tip. Rolling will help your clothes avoid being greasy. Rolling works well with pants, skirts, Tshirt, and shirts. Lay down the item face, then fold back the sleeves and roll from the bottom up.

Fold Clothes Together

The best packing tip is to pack a daypack inside your big suitcase. Therefore, at the airport, you can take the small one out, and have two small bags enough to carry both of them. It not only helps you take what you need easily but don’t have to pay baggage handling fees.

DIY travel tips

Do some disguise knack and keep the thing in order and wrap carefully. You know, to help your luggage safe from evildoers, you should do some disguise knack.

In the first place, fill fancy soda straws with skin care products. Use the empty lip-gloss or lipstick to keep your valuables such as jewelry (bracelets, earrings, necklaces, etc). Your 7-day medicine pill storage box can also help.

You can protect your make-up from damage by setting cotton pads on your pressed powder and blush kits. Liquid make-ups like BB cream can be kept in your contact lens cases.

Old sunglass cases can be used to put your chargers and earphones in order, safe and tidy. Razors may be harmful if you put it in a jumble. Keep your fingers safe by using a metal clip or a box.

Tips for Air Travelers

Be aware of restrictions on the size, weight, and a number of bags you may bring onto your flight. Many airlines especially cheap airlines now charge a fee for every checked bag or have lowered the maximum permitted weight limits for both hand baggage and checked luggage. If your hand luggage is heavier than the allowance, please book for registered luggage minimum 1 day before the plane take off because it’s very expensive if you buy it in the airport.

Do not lock your luggage except with TSA-approved locks; otherwise, if your bag is selected for random scan, agents will have to break the lock to open it.

Do not overpack your bag as it’s so difficult for them to close your luggage if selected for inspection. It can also make you loose your items.

Make your own holiday packing list before your next trip!