Traveling is the best way to experience the world, learn about different cultures, and gain a deeper understanding of how people relate to each other. This is why students should prioritize travel, either local or international, as there are some things you can learn while traveling that you won’t experience fully while sitting in a classroom. However, students who use wheelchairs or other equipment for independence are often hesitant about traveling, since some destinations aren’t wheelchair accessible. But with a bit of research, you can certainly find places that are wheelchair-friendly. The biggest cities in the world are some of the most wheelchair accessible places you can visit! Check out these disability-friendly cities to visit this year.
Most travel authorities tend to agree that peak season for globe-trotters is April through September. This makes the more underrated winter months ideal for wanderlusters on a budget and looking for a winter escape. With discounted airlines, hotels and local attractions, this time of year lends itself to spontaneous trips––sans the high expense.
When it comes to saving money on travel, timing can be everything.
While travelers often look for cheap flights, one aspect of the overall price of travel that is often overlooked is the value of the traveler’s currency in the countries they are visiting. Read More
Canada is the world’s second largest county by total area including water, and has the longest land border to the United States. It consists of a total of 10 provinces and 3 territories, extending from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean. From Toronto to Vancouver, Montreal to Quebec, some sights are jaw dropping making you want to stay forever in the cold weather. Here are some sights that are definitely worth seeing: Read More