Remaining in destinations longer, using gas apps and signing up for fuel cards allow nomadic travelers to stay on the road.
Inflation at the diner. Sky-high prices at the pump. The view of the country from a 5,000-mile car journey is clear: It’s expensive out there.
There’s no better way to zip through a new city than on two wheels. Here are some routes to try, from riverside jaunts to mountain climbs.
The well-known network of budget-focused campgrounds has introduced a new brand to focus on glampers. The company’s head explains the move.
A post-Omicron travel boom has encountered headwinds from fuel costs and the war in Ukraine. Here’s how changes in the airline industry could affect the cost of your next trip.
Depending on where you live, the annual ritual is approaching fast, but with some strategy, there are still deals to be had.
Brian Kelly has been helping travelers and other consumers navigate the increasingly complicated loyalty universe for over a decade. Here’s what he has to say about playing the points game.
In many places, high-occupancy rates are inflating prices for budget-minded travelers who count on off-peak periods to find the best bargains. Here’s what to do and where to look.
Some charges are up, some down, others more explicit as the lodging industry tries to recover from the pandemic.
Don’t expect a cornucopia of exciting deals, especially at hotels, which are taking advantage of the post-vaccine travel recovery to make money. Flexibility, though, may yield savings.
A five-day drive around the Kenai Peninsula reveals few crowds, affordable lodging and autumn colors. But your ability to be flexible will almost certainly be tested.
This summer, prompted by vaccine rollouts, budget travelers began wading back into hostel life. But the challenges are far from over.
After much holdover, nuptials are back on for 2022 and invites are piling up. But just because you’re ready to get out and celebrate doesn’t mean your wallet is.
The country plans to open to vaccinated travelers from the United States in August. For those not yet ready to cross an ocean, America’s northern neighbor offers a taste of many cultures.
In a state the size of Texas, California and Montana combined, planning an affordable itinerary can be a challenge, especially with this summer’s lack of cheap cruises.
The pandemic has wreaked havoc in the rental car industry, leading to a shortage of cars and sticker shock for travelers. Here are some tips for finding an affordable one.
For better or for worse, travel companies are trying hard to get people, especially those who are vaccinated, back on the road (or on a plane) again.
There are risks to starting an airline in any economic climate. But during a pandemic? The entrepreneurs behind the budget airlines Avelo and Breeze Airways see an opportunity.
Brian Kelly has created a business dedicated to maximizing credit card rewards and airline miles. What are they worth in a pandemic — and why are they worth anything at all?
The coronavirus pandemic has devastated medical tourism, but pent-up demand remains for affordable treatment in foreign lands.
Brian Kelly, The Points Guy, has created an empire dedicated to maximizing credit-card rewards and airline miles. What are they worth in a global pandemic — and why are they worth anything at all?
The crystal ball remains cloudy when it comes to travel. Here’s how to avoid losing money if you have to cancel.
A novice camper needed a vacation. What are the options during the summer of Covid-19?
What kind of travel, if any, is acceptable? Opinions on what’s OK and what’s not are causing fights between family members and fissures among friends.
Hostels are built on the idea of community and sharing, can they survive in a time of social distancing? As European hostels reopen, they are confronting new challenges.
Inexpensive deals abound, and coupled with newly relaxed change and cancellation policies, some travelers are seeing little to no risk in pointing, clicking and purchasing.