The top travel websites for planning your adventure trip.
Airbnb started as a place to find cheap lodging without having to pay the high nightly rates and fees charged by traditional hotels and rental homes agencies. Now, you can book lodging and travel excursions. Some of the excursion opportunities include making a handmade hat in London and paddle boarding in Dublin. A few of these excursions might have only been offered at resorts with the corresponding resort price tag.
You have probably seen a TripAdvisor award posted in the lobby or front door of a hotel or restaurant you have recently visited. While you can book travel on TripAdvisor, it’s best to only use their “Things to Do” feature that quickly lists all the best activities and traveler reviews.
Skiplagged needs to be your go-to travel website if you want to find the cheapest connecting flights. Using the legal “hidden city” fare strategy, Skiplagged will search for unconventional routes that can save you money.
Priceline can be an adventure within an adventure as you can reserve pre-negotiated Express Deals or bid on Name Your Own Price hotel nights and rental cars where the brand name is a mystery until you pay for the reservation. If you want to save a few bucks and don’t care where you sleep, besides the hotel star rating and neighborhood, Priceline can be an exciting travel website.
5. FlyerTalk Forums
FlyerTalk Forums might have a vintage appearance, but, it’s still a very active travel site. You will be able to find threads about deeply discounted airline tickets, announcements of upcoming routes, and other helpful airline tips that can help you plan your next adventure.