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Road Tripping New England: My Suggested Itinerary

Posted: 6/17/2021 | June 17th, 2021 I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: The United States is made for road trips. With bustling cities, rugged national parks, and delicious eats, the sheer size and diversity of this country never cease to amaze me. I’ve road-tripped the USA five times, spending a cumulative year exploring its cities, towns,...

The 7 Best Hostels in Rome

Posted: 6/12/2021 | June 12th, 2021 A city filled with life, beauty, and charm, Rome has something for everyone. It is a hotspot on the backpacking trail (I mean, who wants to miss out on Rome?) and has a lot of hostels to choose from. Searching Hostelworld yields pages of results that can be overwhelming. I mean how do you really know which ones are...

Highlights from My 5th U.S. Road Trip

Posted: 6/14/21 | June 14th, 2021 This post was originally published on Nomadic Matt Plus, our exclusive members-only community. Click here to learn more about how you can get early-access content, free books and guides, live Q&As, and more! Back in mid-April, I packed my bags, filled my car with books, said goodbye to my apartment, and headed...

The Best Travel Insurance Companies for Seniors

Posted: 5/26/21 | May 26th, 2021 When it comes to planning a trip, there is one expense far too many travelers overlook: travel insurance. It’s a boring topic to research and read about — and it is an added expense many budget travelers aren’t excited about paying. Chances are nothing is going to go wrong, right? Why not just save the money and spend...

13 Tips for RVing with Kids

Posted: 6/3/2021 | June 3rd, 2021 I don’t have much RV experience — and I definitely don’t have any experience RVing with kids. But, this summer, with many people are planning domestic vacations instead of traveling abroad, RV travel is going to be even bigger than last year. To help those of you with kids plan an epic domestic trip, I’ve asked Karen...

Why Cynics Will Always Be Haters and How to Prove Them Wrong

Last Updated: 5/24/21 | May 24th, 2021 (Originally posted: 6/20/12) Remember last month when I wrote about Jessica and how she’ll never get to Ireland? No? That’s ok. Read about her here and then come back. OK, now that you’re back, I’d like you to meet someone similar to her. Let’s call him “Bob.” They’re different people but they’re two...

Take More Vacations: Advice from Scott Keyes

Posted: 5/17/21 | May 17th, 2021 Scott’s Cheap Flights is one of the biggest and best deal-finding websites on the internet. I check them regularly when I’m on the hunt for a new trip. They are just unmatched in the deals they find (at least for the US market). Its founder, Scott Keyes, recently wrote a book sharing all his insider tips and tricks...

A Hike Through The Grand Canyon

Last Updated: 5/13/21 | May 13th, 2021 The American West is one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever seen and within it lies one of the world’s greatest wonders: the Grand Canyon. Stretching 277 miles and cutting a trench 6,000 feet deep, the Grand Canyon is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country (and one of the greatest natural...

The Ultimate Guide to Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro

Posted: 5/13/21 | May 13th, 2021 Hiking Kilimanjaro is something atop the list of many travelers’ bucket lists. Each year, the iconic mountain attracts thousands who spend days attempting to reach her snowy summit. Since I’ve never hiked the mountain, I’ve invited my community manager, Chris, to share his tips and advice to help you save money and...

A 21-Day Road-Trip Itinerary Around the Deep South

Posted: 5/10/21 | May 10th, 2021 If there’s one thing that I’ve learned in all my travels around America, it’s that the US is more like a collection of small countries than one cohesive cultural unit. The lifestyle, language, and norms of each region differ vastly from one another. And even within states, there are vast differences. The region that...

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