6 Summer Travel Hacks To Keep You Ahead

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SUMMER IS HERE! The season of travel is upon us and we’re here to guide you and help you stay ahead! We’ve collected some ideas for ways to avoid nuances while traveling and overall just make the best decisions for your wallet and yourself.


SOMETHINGS TO KEEP IN MIND...


PACK LIGHT

(Seems like like a no brainer, but we thought we’d start with it.) Pack light and always leave a little room in your suitcase. You might buy extra souvenirs that you’ll need room for. A way to save room is utilizing the toiletries in hotel rooms! These free amenities are available for you convenience, use them!


 

YOU CAN NEVER BE TOO PREPARED

A little pro-tip… if you buy your plane ticket months in advance you can save! That means more money to spend of your trip! If you’re feeling really risky, you can buy the night before or even the day of! Apps like Hopper and Skyscanner are really helpful and can tell you when to buy!

 

TOO MUCH VITAMIN D? TRY VITAMIN TEA.

Have a sunburn? Studies show that Earl Grey is a good substitute for aloe in soothing sunburns! Pick it up at your local store or ask your hotel if they have it!


 

CORKS ON KEYS

Doing a lot water activities and scared to lose your keys? Attach a cork to your keychain! If you lose your keys this will help keep them afloat.

 

THERE’S AN APP FOR THAT

Visiting any tourist destinations? Check to see if your destination or activity has an app. Sometimes they offer deals, discounts, and hacks that’ll help make everything easy and cost effective. The app Musement helps you explore different attractions... you can even book tickets through the app!

 

PACK A PICNIC!

If you’re traveling in an especially touristy area, skip the overpriced restaurants! Go to a local market and pick up some food. Live like a local and enjoy just being!



Though being spontaneous is a great adventure, planning is your best friend! Take a look at all of the resources you can and prepare so can enjoy the vacation you deserve!


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