December 17, 2014 2 min read
Traveling at holiday time is expensive, crazy and intense BUT it's also a super amazing time to spend with friends and families exploring new parts of this globe.
The essential holiday travel tips are courtesy of some of the best travel resources on the web. Our roundup of holiday travel covers off all areas of your trip abroad.
Hope you love our roundup! Feel free to comment at the end with your favourite travel links.
Holidays is the time of year in which you are most likely to lose your luggage. Not only is there a high volume of luggage, but weather-driven delays often causes missed connections. Why not reduce your stress and go carry-on only?
Wondering what you should (and shouldn't pack)? Search the archives of Her Packing list.com to find your specific destination, and download a female-friendly travel packing list. Free.
Want to avoid dressing like a tourist? Check out Travel Fashion Girl's advice on what to wear... basically anywhere. From Turks and Caicos, to Paris, to Africa. There is endless amounts of content! Just search for your destination.
Need help planning out your travel wardrobe? Download our free travel outfit planner to map your outfits for each day away.
Want to be the smartest person on your flight? Check out Life Buzz's travel hacks. Dryer sheets in shoes. Yes!
Speaking from experience as a former road warrior for work, staying healthy on the road is a challenge for a few reasons.
En route, finding healthy snacking options is challenging, and often expensive, and when we're at our destination, the temptation is to indulge (and NOT to hit the gym).
The holiday travel time period is also a high-risk cold + flu season.
Healthy snacking ideas? Hitha on the Go's post on Healthy Eating while traveling
Want to maintain your workout routine while traveling? Nerd Fitness spills the details on maintaining your workout motivation while thousands of miles away from home.
Tips on Staying Healthy + Germ free? Travel tips by Hitha on the Go for fighting germs in flight.
Want to get glam pre-holiday? The Get Holiday Ready Guide (Hair, Nails etc.) via World of Wanderlust
Traveling solo is amazing, but it's also a great idea to be a little extra cautious especially when going to new countries that you've never traveled to. Do some research beforehand, and reach out to friends and family for travel advice, or connections of friends of friends that reside there.
Learn how to take the perfect travel selfie, solo from JourneyWonders.com
Want to navigate the airport like a pro? Check out skyscanner's 20 tips for airport savviness!
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