What’s next on your list?
Where do you want to go?
Tasmania is an adventure playground for all kinds of travellers. Here, we list the top 10 best ways to get around Tasmania (whether you're on a budget or not).
Travelling solo for the first time can be daunting AND there's a lot to organise. Here, I outline how to plan your first trip overseas.
Wanting to hire a car and road trip around Tassie? In this article, we answer common questions including "How long does it take to drive around Tasmania?".
Wondering where to visit in Tasmania? Should you do the East or West Coast? Here, I share a complete guide to adventure travel in Tasmania & top places to visit
Interested in going on Safari in Kruger National Park? Here's a beginner's guide to Kruger National Park & how to get there from Johannesburg.
Travelling overseas & need an adaptor? Check out our list of the BEST International travel adaptors for Australians. Learn more here.
READY TO BOOK YOUR TRIP?
1) Booking Your Flights
2) Booking Your Accomodation
To find good accomodation, I recommend starting with Booking.com. They they have some of the best rates on the net and their website is awesome when you don't know what you want. If you're after cheap accomodation, I highly recommend Hostelbookers.com, Hostelworld.com or AirBnb.
3) Book a Group Tour
4) Get the Right Travel Insurance
Although many try to skip out on Travel insurance, it's one of the most critical things you'll buy. It helps to protect you against illness, injury, theft, cancellations and anything else that goes wrong on your trip. I never travel without it. If you need guidance on where to start, I suggest checking out comparison websites like Compare Travel Insurance and Compare the Market. For global insurance, you can also check out World Nomads' website.
5) Get Your Travel Gear
Having the right travel gear can help to reduce stress, tears and feeling overwhelmed, especially when travelling solo. There's definitely a fine line between packing too much and packing too little, so you want to be prepared. Click here for my complete list of travel gear that I don't leave home without, regardless of where I'm travelling.
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