Wednesday, November 11, 2020

0 Travel after coronavirus (COVID-19): Six ways it will change forever

Expect your entry and exit requirements for most countries around the world to change once you're allowed back out there. If and when a vaccine is found and distributed, you can expect to have to prove you have had it in order to enter a foreign country, in the same way you're already required to be vaccinated against yellow fever in some places.

Justin Urbas Travel

With or without a vaccine, you can also expect to have to provide extra detail in terms of your planned whereabouts and contact details upon entry. Contact tracing is an important weapon in the fight against the spread of infection, and governments are going to want to know where you've been and where you're going. Some countries might also require you to download a tracing app, similar to Australia's COVIDSafe.

Wednesday, September 30, 2020

1 20 Travel Tips So You Can Travel Easy In 2020

You’ve landed in your destination after what felt like it would take forever to come. Woohoo! (or, of course, you’re about to land there!) Now for some awesome travel tips!

This is the beginning of our “Travel Easy Series,” which consists of three posts created specifically to fill you in our most brilliant tips, tricks, and tools for making the absolute MOST out of your trip, wherever in the world you are! 

This post is here so you can discover the travel pro’s top tips on how to travel easy—like a travel junkie veteran—so you can eliminate the hassles and squeeze out more fun wherever your destination may be. 

In the next post in this series, we’ll talk about how to live like a local (while still being a tourist). 

And then we’ll end it with the most important stuff of all—how to truly BE where you are and create memories you’ll treasure your entire lifetime. 

Ok let’s just get into it already, shall we?  

Monday, July 13, 2020

0 Tips to travel in USA

The travel opportunities here are endless as you can go up to the north and see glaciers in Alaska, catch some surf in Hawaii, party in Las Vegas, see the redwoods of California, or head east to see some of the biggest metropolis' in North America.  What I've always envied about the United States is just how beautiful their landscape is coast to coast.  As a land of opportunity, there really is so much to see, do, eat, and experience.

Personally, the best way to see the country is to rent a car and drive from coast to coast. That's the only true way to see and truly appreciate what the USA is all about.

Wednesday, November 27, 2019

In the beginning, you make a lot of travel mistakes.
Travel savviness is a process born of missed buses, foolish behavior, cultural unawareness, and countless tiny errors. Then, one day, you begin to seamlessly move through airports and integrate yourself into new cultures like a fish to water.
I want to help speed up the process and help you avoid my mistakes (and I often make a lot of them), so I put together this giant list of my best travel tips that cover everything under the sun to help you reach your full travel ninja potential.
I’ve learned these tips over the last twelve years.

These tips for traveling will have you saving money, sleeping better, getting off the beaten path more, meeting locals, and just being a better traveler.

Thursday, November 7, 2019


Tour guide, escorted tour and land tour positions can usually be grouped into the same general category of employment. These jobs for the most part are similar and these job titles are often used interchangeably. This is especially true with the job classifications land tour and escorted tour. The job title Tour Guide can also encompass a broader range of potential jobs including city tours, museum tours, building tours, etc. For the most part, CruiseJobFinder focuses on the longer term tours that generally last for at least 24 hours and some last as long as three or four weeks.

We also cover the area of adventure travel jobs. As the name implies, these jobs are with companies that offer adventure tour trips. These trips can range from biking through the wine country of France, to white water rafting in Costa Rica. If you enjoy these types of outdoor activities, one of these jobs could truly be your dream job.

Wednesday, July 17, 2019

0 25 Important Travel Safety Tips Everyone Should Know

Nothing ruins an adventure quicker than getting scammed or robbed!
One time in Panama, some women distracted me while stealing a laptop from my backpack. I figured it was gone forever, until incredibly, this happened 3 months later. I got lucky.
In Mexico, a pickpocket grabbed my iPhone as I was walking. I managed to get that back too, chasing the thief down the road screaming like a maniac and brandishing a bottle of tequila!

You don’t even need to travel internationally to have bad stuff happen. In Miami, my camera was stolen from the beach when I wasn’t paying attention.

Wednesday, June 26, 2019

3 Everything you need to know about tipping in the USA

Ah, we've all been there: to tip or not to tip? And trust us when we say that there are few social customs in the USA more confusing than tipping. I once was in a bar in San Francisco clutching confused onto my five-dollar bill much to the annoyance of a bartender who had merely got a bottle of beer out of a fridge for me. After walking away disgruntled, it wouldn't be until the next round of drinks that he told me that tips were expected, even if the only effort involved was him cracking a bottle open.

I soon learnt that for many Americans, tipping is a normal custom, like adding VAT at the till. It was actually once so hated that it was illegal in six states, but it seems that Americans now love it more than ever. So to help you out a bit, here is a handy guide to why you should tip, where to do it, and how much.