Feeling safe and comfortable every day, even while traveling, should be a basic human right. For many, traveling through airport security can feel invasive, especially for members of LGBTQ+ and Transgender communities. For an added level of security and privacy, Transgender travelers can use these helpful resources to know their rights, protect themselves and travel with confidence.
With the recent COVID-19 pandemic, health and safety are at the forefront of everyone’s mind, but when the world finally resumes some sense of normalcy and travel can resume, staying healthy should still be a priority. Check out our tips for keeping your immunities up during your next trip.
While travel insurance may be something you previously overlooked during the trip-planning process (and probably won’t anymore, as we all watch the COVID-19 pandemic change life as we know it), it has become more important than ever to consider purchasing an insurance policy. Some travel insurance companies offer policies that allow you to “cancel for any reason,” which often cost a lot more than standard policies but can be extremely helpful when sticky situations arise. Here are a few things to know about such insurance policies.
While self-quarantining prevents citizens from going out to public places, including dining, shopping and entertainment, many Americans are hitting local parks and trails for some active distancing — but clearly more than a few had the same idea.
Depending on your final destination and your company, road trips can be an excellent way to see the sights. Here are a few tips for preparing for your next road trip:
Spelunking is an exciting activity gaining traction around the world. Daring explorers jump at the opportunity to discover caves in far-off destinations, but far too many don’t consider all the risks. Keep these tips in mind before embarking on a cave diving adventure.