Travelling solo for the first time can be very anxiety inducing. The thought of it can turn you off the idea entirely. But being prepared is just one of the best things you can do to get your solo travel journey off to a good start. The following infographic shares help tips that will make your travel experience a more pleasurable adventure that you will look fondly back on for years to come.
Seeing more of the world is on most people’s bucket lists, but the expense attached limits most of us to just daydreaming about tropical destinations. Travelling doesn’t have to break the bank though. The tips and tricks contained in the following infographic will help you live out your adventures without making a huge dent in your bank balance.
If you are anything like me, you loathe flying. Being cramped into small seats in a tube at 35,000 feet is no picnic! However, there are ways that you can avoid jet lag and that sluggish feeling you get following your flight. Take a look at the following infographic which details what you should be doing in preparation before your flight as well as exercises to do on the plane.
Sometimes it just makes sense to fill up the car, pack a few bags and head out to the country. The good news is that, if you’re looking for a great road trip, the UK has some of the best scenery, gently winding roads and invigorating fresh air in the world. The team at OSV have created a useful infographic highlighting 6 of the best road trips around the UK.
Adventure by car is truly a different kind of travel. A set of wheels provides us with a freeing feeling that can’t be obtained elsewhere, so it’s no wonder so many literary lions like Tom Wolfe and Jack Kerouac wrote classic novels that detailed their adventures on the road. The following infographic is inspired by well-known works of literature to us a guide to literary road trips one can actually use to create stories of their own.
There’s something so raw and pure and free about going on a road trip. It’s a rite of passage, a learning experience, a shot in the arm of pure adventure. It’s like your first time at sleep-away camp, except there are no counselors around to tell you what to do and where to go. Here is an ultimate road trip survival guide so that you can get the most out of your next road trip.
Can you brave the longest road in the world? If you’re looking for the road trip of a lifetime, consider a road spanning the entire Americas, circling Australia’s coast, or covering India’s mainland. The following infographic by CarRentals.com takes a look at some of the longest roads in the world.
In July of 1955, Walt Disney opened Disneyland in Anaheim, California. This was the beginning of what would become several Walt Disney Company vacation destinations. Since then, the magic of Disney has grown to destinations all across the globe. Check out this infographic by Magical Travel to go on a journey into the evolution of a Disney Vacation.
Choosing the right backpack size for your next trip or hike sounds like a stressful task, especially seeing that a backpack that doesn’t fit properly could ruin your trip terribly. This infographic from Mr Abroad shows you how to choose the right backpack size based on your needs.
Traveling the world with very little knowledge or understanding of other languages can be tough. While English is a commonly known language across the globe, local population will often want to communicate in their own language instead. This can also be an issue for students who travel abroad with no prior knowledge of the language they are about to encounter.