Looking for unusual Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s destinations? Here are the holiday travel plans that WendyPerrin.com travelers have made so far.
Food safety is improving in India, but tourists still worry about it. This list of tips and strategies will keep you feeling healthy during your travels.
Political unrest, natural disasters, and terrorist attacks are a reminder that when you prepare for a trip, it’s smart to prepare for an emergency too. Here's how.
It's not too late to book your Christmas vacation or New Year’s vacation. Choose from these last-minute ideas.
Recent terrorist attacks underscore that we’re living in a world where anything can happen at any time. But the answer is not to stay home.
An interesting travel opportunity that will support aid workers after the earthquakes in Mexico.
Overseas, credit card payment machines often ask whether you want to pay with U.S. dollars or the local currency. Which one should you choose, and why?
Don't miss your last chance to be a true pioneer (“I went when you could only get there by mailboat!”).
Readers have been asking how they can help support Hurricane Irma recovery efforts, so we’ve compiled a list of organizations in need of donations.
Strategies for beating holiday prices, crowds, and sell-out conditions, as well as destinations to consider that are alternatives to the typical fare.
Canadian travelers don't have access to the same credit cards American travelers do; these are the best cards specifically for them.
Victoria Falls, the world’s largest waterfall, spans two countries, so travel plans can be complicated. Wendy went with her family and returned with 7 tips.
One of the biggest mistakes I see travelers make is to unnecessarily cancel a trip because they've misconstrued a U.S. State Department travel advisory.
Can you guess where I am right now? Deduce it based on the photo clues, and make your guess in the comment space!
For me an African safari isn’t just about game viewing. It’s about meeting new people from a totally different culture. And on any trip abroad with my kids, I want them to meet local children.
Because Zambia is still under the radar, you can enjoy a high-value-for-your-dollar safari there that will have you alone amid sweeping landscapes.
Pleasant temperatures, fewer tourists, and shoulder-season deals make October a great time to travel to a large swath of the globe.
Travel often involves a lot of running around. But during a WOW Experience in Cambodia, I was reminded of the immeasurable value of sitting still.
In the September installment of our monthly series, we point you to the places you should be booking trips to this month.
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