10+1 Tips on how to book the cheapest flight

I usually spend hours and hours before deciding and booking a flight. I search on various search engines, I watch the prices go up as the days pass by in order to book the cheapest flight, but usually, I end up booking a higher price (compared to the price I first found). Below I'm listing some tips you need to have in mind if you want to get the cheapest flight. 1. If you find a cheap fare just book it, don't think about it. If you think of it over and over again the fare will most likely go up when you decide to finally book it. The best time to book your flight is today, now. 2. Try to search and compare prices Skyscanner as far as I know if one of the most popular flight search engines.  Try to search for the same flight on travel search engines but also make sure to check the airline's website too, it might be cheaper. 3. Book 6 weeks in advance Prices drop below the average fare 6 weeks before you travel. 4. Book last-minute flights When an airline hasn't filled a flight, they will cut down their prices. So if you are flexible you should try this. 5. Travel on Tuesday or Wednesday According to FareCompare Tuesdays and Wednesdays are generally the least expensive days to take a flight while Friday and Sunday are the most expensive. 6.Combine two flights You might find it much cheaper to combine two low-cost airline tickets compared to one direct. Make sure to check all the available options. 7. Become a frequent flier Sign up for the frequent flier schemes so you can gather miles and spend them later by getting cheaper/free tickets. 8. Fly early in the morning Early morning flights are the cheapest. 9. Fly off-peak Avoid flying during half term/school holidays, high summer season, bank holiday breaks. 10. Fly to the secondary airport Most destinations have two airports. The primary one is more expensive compared to the second one (low-cost airlines fly there). 11. Join airline mailing lists By signing up on airline mailing lists you'll [...]

2023-06-22T12:36:25+03:00April 20th, 2020|

Items Travellers Forget to Pack

Embarking on a new adventure, exploring unfamiliar landscapes, and immersing oneself in diverse cultures can be an exhilarating experience. Whether you are a seasoned globetrotter or preparing for your very first voyage, having the right travel accessories can significantly enhance your comfort, convenience, and overall enjoyment during your journey. From smart gadgets that keep you connected to practical items that simplify your daily routines, these must-have travel accessories have become indispensable companions for every wanderlust-filled expedition. In this blog post, we have curated a comprehensive list of the top 10 travel accessories that we believe are essential for any traveler. These carefully selected items not only lighten your load but also cater to various needs, making your travel experience smoother and more enjoyable. Whether you're planning a relaxing beach getaway, an adventurous hiking expedition, or an urban exploration, we've got you covered. 1. Neck Pillow for Traveling An airplane pillow will wrap your neck and free your chin, prevents the head from falling forward, and relieves neck pain during travel. 2.Travel Refillable Mini Perfume Bottle You can still take your favourite perfume with you in this small perfume bottle without having to take whole bottle. 3. Travel Pillow Getting some sleep whilst on the plane, the train or the bus it very important. Having a travel pillow with you will help you get a better sleep and be more comfortable. The pillow I'm recommending also comes with ear plugs and a cover. 4.EarPlugs Having earplugs with you on the plane will relieve any air pressure you might feel, will reduce noise and protect your ears from flight ear discomfort. 5.Drinking Bottle with Water Filter Having a Filtering Water Bottle will let you take clean and fresh water with you wherever you go. Especially if you happen to be travelling in countries where water is not the cleanest e.g. Ethiopia, Cambodia, Haiti, Ghana etc.  Investing in a filtration water bottle is the best you can do since you will be able to filter tap water over and over again wherever you go. [...]

2023-06-22T11:21:01+03:00October 24th, 2016|

Travel Destinations by other travel bloggers

With so many options on the world map its sometimes good asking the question, where should I travel and why, and see what other travelers have to say about a place they have been and loved it.  This post is thanks to some amazing travel bloggers out there who provided me some input for this collaboration post when I asked the question on a travel bloggers group: where should I travel and why and they recommended me a few travel destinations to consider.  From the places below I surely haven't heard of Whitehaven Beach in Australia or Marrakech which is located in Marocco or Lubra in Nepal. Although I've been to Madrid twice, it's still remains an amazing place I would also recommend to anyone to visit. I would like to thank the following travel bloggers for their travel destination recommendation and wish them the best experiences in their travels. Enjoy. Hannah Galpin from Nomad'er How Far recommends Whitehaven Beach, the Whitsunday's, Australia. The place I am recommending is Whitehaven Beach, the Whitsunday's, Australia. Why? Because it is an unspoilt dessert island, surrounded by the clearest ocean I have ever seen, with the whitest silica sands underfoot. There are many beautiful places in the world, but this spot made me feel special; it was almost a spiritual experience, standing in the gentle shallows, staring out to a sea of the purest blue. I felt like Leo Dicaprio in 'The Beach', wowed at the existence of a true paradise and my existence within it. The best thing about it, is that it isn't hard to get there, at all. We camped overnight, and used Scamper water taxi, who also supplied our water, cooking equipment and camp permits. Hannah Galpin from Nomad'er How Far recommends Whitehaven Beach Akriti Sharma from La Travel Chica  recommends Lubra Lubra is the place to be! This little lesser-known gem is a few miles of hiking away from Jomsom (Mustang) region of Nepal. The place is the last Bon village in Nepal with a handful of houses and an old monastery. Located approx. at [...]

2018-02-23T09:14:23+03:00March 15th, 2016|
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