Thanksgiving travel is one of the busiest travel periods of the year. Imagine trying to go on a short, 45 minute flight from Boston to New York. What could be a four hour bus ride would require getting to the airport, being there two hours prior to your flight, getting through security, fighting for overhead bin space and then finally taking your short flight. What seems like a quick flight turns into an experience that takes just as long, if not longer, than a bus ride. Read More
It’s the most wonderful time of year! Time for tricks and treats, but most importantly time for tales of epic proportion. Nothing is better than recounting a riveting story of how you survived a haunting or witnessed something supernatural. Better yet, telling your friends how you visited the real Sanderson Sisters’ house or visited the halls of Dracula’s Castle. I have a love affair with all things creepy, ghoulish, or frightening so I’ve put together a list of the scariest Halloween attractions to tempt your taste buds with bone chilling adventures. Your thirteen nights of Halloween just got a little more exciting. Read More
For most international students from India who are studying abroad in the US, the anxiety of booking tickets to travel back in December starts even before the Fall semester commences. Who doesn’t want to go back home to the amazing food cooked by mom, the bustling city life and auto-rickshaws, the high school friends who are eagerly counting down days till you come and to the family who misses you each day? Would you believe me if I said that now you could visit family and friends in India this December for the cheapest student flights available? Read More
Book early and save more
The information below is data collected by StudentUniverse in 2014 that shows the average booking price trend between June and December in 2013. It’s obvious that from July through mid-October, is the best time to buy flights departing in December from the US to India. Once November hits, the prices start to increase due to decreasing availability. Therefore, booking early helps customers save more on flights. Read More
We believe that now is the time to explore the world, and if you don’t experience it now while you have the time, then when will you?
Take advantage of our Tours Super Sale, which has been extended through November 18th, and get up to an extra $300 off your adventure. This popular promotion won’t be around forever and tours are starting to fill up for the winter and summer, so book while there are spots still available! Read More
April in Amsterdam – a little windy, a little chilly, and a whole lot of fun. This quaint little city is a great destination for a weekend getaway. It’s big enough that you won’t run out of things to do, yet small enough to make you feel at home in just a few short days. There are the must-sees such as The Anne Frank House and the Rembrandt and Van Gogh museums however, I would also highly suggest renting a bike and getting out of the city and into the beautiful Dutch countryside.
Prague, Czech Republic – A modern day fairy tale city where the beer flows cheaper than water. I could write about the Pražský orloj (Prague Astronomical Clock) in Old Town Square, or the “Walk of Apostles” that takes place at two o’clock everyday, or Pražský hrad (Prague Castle), which is most accessible via the Karlův most (Charles Bridge), but I won’t because instead I’m going to write about the food, the beer, the wine, and the markets. Read More
For my last two years of high school and first two years at university, I had the opportunity to travel to Panama City, Panama. I went to teach students from all over the world how to be strong debate leaders and successful students. It was a great experience that taught me how to be a responsible student and made me want to continue my field in Education. While visiting Panama, I fell in love with the scenery. It has beautiful beaches, skyscraper buildings, history on every corner, and wonderful street art. While being there, I found some places I HAD to return to that have now become my go-to places. Read More