Aging isn’t fun, but traveling without a strict budget is. Your college days and college budget are behind you, but StudentUniverse still offers discount flights to youth under the age of 26. If you’re looking to spend that new post grad income and vacation days in an exciting way, read on to see the top places to visit before you’re 30.
Lovers of the environment are often faced with a dilemma: you love traveling and want to see as much of the Earth as possible, but that takes fuel. Luckily, some airline companies have the same worries in mind, and are actively striving to be more environmentally conscious.
Do you really travel if you’re not going to share the coolest parts of your journey on Instagram? Inspire feelings of envy and FOMO in all of your followers. Or just catalog your travels to fondly look back on later. If the next flight you book brings you to Japan, you’ll be relieved to hear that the scenery in Japan is top notch.
If you are looking for the best and cheapest places to travel and explore while you’re young, look no further. These locations from around the world are perfect for 20-somethings to visit without breaking the bank. It has never been this easy to travel on a budget!
When people think of Johannesburg (Joburg, as the locals say), they think about the danger and criminal reputation that hangs over the city. Some are willing to risk a night in the city on their way to Kruger or the rest of South Africa. But once people get there, they find a completely different side to the city. Many are often convinced to stay longer. There is a plethora of reasons for why you should plan to stay longer than one night in Joburg! Here are a few things to do in Johannesburg that really stuck out to us.
“It is the unknown around the corner that turns my wheels.” – Heinz Stucke
No pun intended. It was something similar to the idea expressed in the line above that made me click the link on the StudentUniverse website and apply for a 9-day trip cycling in Taiwan. Even though I thought it sounded like a great opportunity, I have to admit that I was far from even dreaming I would win. I didn’t even know where Taiwan was on the map! My sister convinced me to do it.