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visiting Iguacu Falls on an organized tour

6 Reasons to Book an Organized Travel Tour Instead of Doing it On Your Own

On my three long trips around the world as a backpacker, I was a staunchly independent traveler who definitely looked down on the sheep who were on an organized travel tour. Those idiots! Now that I’m making a real living though
a trip to Sugarloaf Mountain in Brazil costs around $30

Travel Prices in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Have you had Rio de Janeiro on your “someday” travel list but heard it was more expensive than the rest of South America? Well, thanks to a currency slide and the elimination of a visa fee, travel prices in Brazil are
a large middle class in Mexico

Why Prices Go Up in Countries That Were Cheap

The cheapest places to travel around the world are still a bargain, don’t worry. The 5th edition of The World’s Cheapest Destinations will have more of them this time too, thanks to improving infrastructure in the Balkans and a few currency
airport arrival pickup

The USA Airports All Have Lyft and Uber Now, but With Fees

When you land at an airport in the USA and need to get to your hotel or the city center, you can just pull out your phone and use Lyft or Uber, right? Just two years ago, the answer was, “No,

Saving Money on Attractions with a City Pass or Museum Pass

Made your family vacation plans yet? Those are fun and exciting, but also a bit scary when you look at how much you could be spending on attractions. It may make sense to get a City Pass where you’re going to