A family with two school-age kids headed to Mexico for a break from pandemic life. They stayed at two resorts in Merida and the Riviera Maya.
Feeling like traveling? Consult this list of state-by-state travel resources and coronavirus information to help you make smart and safe decisions.
This is your one-stop resource for all the important details about which countries are opening to U.S. travelers and what travel will be like if you go.
A WendyPerrin.com reader and frequent traveler tells us what it was like to road trip in the national parks during Covid-19.
How to use, save, and secure you frequent flier miles and credit card points now that the coronavirus has affected travel.
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Flying can be stressful during the time of covid, so we invited two air travel experts to answer the most asked questions.
Family travel strategies and inspiration offered by our Trusted Travel Experts about all-ages trips during the time of Covid.
Hotel, road trip, and air travel tips based on the essential trips that Brook, Wendy, and Wendy’s husband, Tim, recently took.
It is possible to choose an aircraft and seat location so as to mitigate your risk when you fly. Wendy shares her family's strategy from a recent flight.
The EU will welcome travelers on July 1, but from the United States. However, Australia, Canada, and New Zealand and 12 other countries all made the cut.
Health experts outline the most important steps travelers can take to limit their chances of contracting or spreading the coronavirus when they fly.
Wendy and her family had to take an essential road trip from New Jersey to Atlanta. Based on their experience, here are Wendy’s five biggest pieces of advice for road tripping during the coronavirus outbreak.
Portugal, Iceland, and Greece had planned to reopen to U.S. travelers in June. One by one, they decided against it.
Vacation ideas reviewed by fathers and grandfathers, and enjoyed by the whole family.
WOW travel specialists are reducing your financial risk with new trip-booking policies, from fully refundable deposits to delayed final payments to date changes with zero penalty policies.
Gorgeous spots around the globe where you can imagine yourself in blissful isolation, with little human contact and plenty of healthy fresh air. The best news? These places will be waiting for you in real life when it’s time to travel again.
To provide inspiration for your own travels with your favorite grad, we’ve looked back at the coolest graduation trips our readers have taken.
These are the destinations you should be booking trips to right now. Follow our advice and you’ll still have the best choices and the best value.
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I’m not a travel agent—I’m a journalist who has spent the past 30 years reporting on how to travel smarter. To reduce your risk and maximize travel in the time of COVID—meaning, no crowds, savvy logistics, local leverage, VIP access—click to Ask Wendy.