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71 Gifts Travelers Will Actually Want | Massive Travel Gift Guide

A true traveler values experiences over possessions – making them particularly difficult to shop for. However, there are many gifts that will greatly improve their adventures. Aside from an around-the-world plane ticket, these 71 gifts are ones that travelers will actually want. Below is a massive variety of gifts for all categories of traveler: the backpacker, the luxury-seeker, or the family globetrotters. Prices range from $5 to $500 – so no matter your budget, we got you covered.

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20 Podcasts to Listen to On Your Next Trip

While travel can be full of adventure and exploring, there is bound to be some downtime while on the move to your next destination.  Whether you are on a plane, train or automobile, here are some podcasts to keep you occupied as you travel the world.  There are now thousands of podcasts meant to entertain, inform, or distract.  Unlike movies, podcasts allow you to watch the scenery as you listen.

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How to Use Credit Card Rewards for a Free Two Week European Vacation

Imagine going on your dream European Honeyoon without the crazy four to five-figure bill?  Maximizing credit rewards and points, you can cover all your airfare, accomodations, and all the additional expenses you accrue on vacation.  I get it, credit cards are scary.  They weren't applauded by any means in my family growing up.  Being the frugal, risk-adverse, deal seeking weirdo I was, I got a cashback credit card as soon as I turned 18.  It was not until a couple years ago, the more I got into travel, that I learned about the ample ways to use or "hack" credit cards to get pretty much free travel.  In this guide, I will break down how to get two weeks worth of travel for free just by applying and meeting minimum spends on a few credit cards.

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24 Practical Tips for Sustainable Travel

Travel allows us to experience new cultures, explore interesting places, meet new people, try amazing food, and see the world.  This would not be possible without the one thing we all share: the Earth.  Inadvertently tourists can destroy the very thing they want to see.  While traveling does result in negative by-products for our globe, like through carbon emissions from air travel, there are practical ways to lessen your impact and be more sustainable while you travel.

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