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the things I use to travel

With so many different aspects being combined to create one fluid adventure, traveling can be more complicated than it seems from the outside looking in. There are flights, accommodations, sites to see, transportation between locations, all-inclusives and so much more. I get it, there is so much to do to make sure your trip goes as smoothly as possible…and this is where I come in.

Below you fill find the free tools which I use to help plan and book my own traveling adventures. From flight search engines, to different types of accommodation options, to insurance and travel gear, this is what I use to travel better, longer; and now you can to.
Finding travel accommodations


Booking.com is a large data base of hotels and hostels world wide. Accepts reservations without pay and has last minute cancellations.




Airbnb allows travellers the opportunity to book an entire home/apt for cheap....because sometimes having your own space and kitchens is ok.


Hotelscombined.com a database of hotels and hostels with locations all over the world. Read tons of reviews and see pictures of the hotels your considering.




Hostel World is the data base for hostel living world wide. If you like to be social and are looking for super cheap accommodation, Hostel World lists tons of great properties and always has reviews.


Trusted Housesitters connects travellers with those who wish to have their house and pets taken care of for free! Watch an entire home/apt for over a week or more and enjoy free accommodations.



Agoda is a data base of hotels world wide. Featuring a hotel search you are bound to find something you will like.
Finding travel flights


Kayak is a search engine which explores a variety of airlines providing a list of flights and their times to a destination. This helps find the best price and time to travel.


Skyscanner is a large search engine which discovers flights, times, and locations among variety of airlines around the world. Use it to compare flight prices and times so that you find the perfect flight for your trip.

Expedia is an all in one booking system. Not only does it search through the flight times and prices of various airlines around the world, but it also provides a platform to book things like hotels, tours, and car rentals.
best travel photography gear

JOBY GorillaPod
for the perfect selfie.



DJI Phantom 3 Standard drone
for the most epic travel shots ever.

GoPro Hero 5 Session
for those epic action shots.


Lumix DMC-FZ200
for those crisp clean shots.
travel insurance
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World Nomads provides reliable travel insurance and includes a variety of adventurous activities which one may come upon while traveling. Being insured while traveling is definitely important, trust me. A plus... World Nomads protects electronics.
best travel gear

Osprey Ariel 55L Backpack
reliable strong pack with a lifetime warranty.

OR Compression Sack
pack more clothes in less space.

Aukey 20000mAh Power Bank
so everything has a charge on those long travel days.

Hydro Flask 21oz Water Bottle
Double walled stainless steel bottle, hot and cold liquids last for hours.
travel apps



Duolingo is an app that helps teach a variety of different languages. New country? Get a hold of the language with this fun interactive app.


XE Currency determines updated currency exchange so that you can compare currencies in different countries. Know how much you're spending.


Waze displays detailed maps of countries and their cities around the world. Having a map on your phone is extremely helpful when navigating a new location...it shows traffic to!


8 Tracks is a free internet radio streaming app. You simply input the type of music or artist you wish to listen to and are presented with a variety of free playlists.

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Liking the photography gear I've listed? Check out My Travel Shop to see more of the gear I take with me on my adventures.


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Disclaimer

Some of the links used in this post are affiliate links from which I may earn a small commission. This comes at no additional cost to you. Every product and link used in this post are things I genuinely use during my travels. I only recommend items I believe in. The small income I receive here will help maintain this blog and make it more awesome for you! Thank you so much for your support.