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Below are some reliable and helpful resources, to assist you in trip planning.

Destination Guides and Travel Communities

on 02 March 2021

 Our list of the best 10 travel websites and resources is designed to get you from point A to point B with minimal cost. find travel information that inspire global travellers. From cities to airports, cruise ports to ski and beach resorts, attractions to events, our guide provides all you need.

  1. Frommer's - Whether you're venturing close to home or across the globe, whether your budget is limited or limitless, Frommer's strive to live up to your discerning approach to travel by delivering the most candid and reliable information. Explore your travel destinations the way locals do.
  2. The Backpacker - The community reviews local bars, restaurants, accommodations, attractions, and tours. All reviews are user-submitted, and many places have multiple reviews. They also have a travel wiki (destination guides) and you can post your vacation stories.
  3. Lonely Planet - Lonely Planet is renowned for its first-hand approach, up-to-date maps and commitment to providing the best information for travelers. Their authors are professional writers and journalists who nail down all the practical info about a destination then build on that with insider knowledge, thorough reviews, little-known facts and authoritative recommendations.
  4. BootsnAll Travel - BootsnAll seeks to cultivate an organic community that encourages independent travel. It does this through thousands of travel stories & travel blogs written by travelers, travel guides to destinations all over the world, a membership of passionate travelers, and the ability to book all of your travel needs - air tickets, hostels, RTW tickets, adventure trips, and more - from one website. In this way, BootsnAll aims to be the ultimate resource for the independent traveler.
  5. IgoUgo - IgoUgo travel reviews and photos will spark your wanderlust and help you plan your next adventure. With more than 500,000 travelers on IgoUgo sharing trip stories and pictures, they've built a library of honest opinions, tips, and experiences that you won't find in any guidebook. To date, their travel community has contributed hundreds of thousands of reviews and photos of everything from cheap eats to luxury hotels in 8,000 destinations worldwide.
  6. Timeout City Guides - Time Out is an international multimedia publisher of cultural experiences for urban adventurers. They provide up-to-date and accurate information to help readers remain at the cutting edge of culture. Around the world, their local teams of critics are connected to the very best that their city has to offer. Listings are generated in-house and reviews are completely independent.
  7. UpTake - Aggregates information and travelers' opinions from 5,000 websites some 20 million opinions — and boils them down to a single rating along with the most telling traveler comments. It's like visiting TripAdvisor and every other travel review site in one fell swoop.
  8. Viator - Once you land, you need to have things to do. Viator is the easiest way to plan your days in-country. You can book tours, plan daytrips, buy tickets, and discover other things to do and attractions to see.
  9. Virtual Tourist - As the single largest source of user-generated travel content in the world, VirtualTourist is a great resource for travelers seeking an insider’s perspective. Get real travel tips, reviews and photos from real people who have actually been there and done that.
  10. WikiTravel - Like Wikipedia.org for locales. Free, complete, and reliable worldwide travel guide written by actual travelers. Great resource for learning about your destination cities before you start planning a trip.

 

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