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The 5 Travel Apps You Need To Download Before Your Next Trip

October 26, 2017 | by Scott

Once a trip is scheduled making every minute count is vital for walking away with a memorable trip. Planning ahead with a concrete plan in place is key to avoiding stress while traveling. Included below are 5 travel apps suggestions every traveler needs to know.

Deciding Where to Go

After figuring out when you are taking your vacation time, the next step is to plan where you are going. This can be stressful since it can be anywhere in the world. Start slowly by brainstorming with a list. Write every destination that comes to mind then ask yourself a few questions. For example budget, what time of the year will the vacation be booked, duration of the trip, and if you are going to be traveling in a group or alone. Use Instagram for inspiration since you might end up finding a cool place to go that wasn’t on your list.

Book the Trip

You chose a travel destination. Awesome! Now, it’s time to find a good deal for your dream vacation. A great app to have handy on your smartphone for that is Kayak. It searches hundreds of other travel sites, so you don’t have to, and you can book the perfect flight, or hotel while saving money with mobile-only rates and Private Deals.

Keeping Track

Experiencing a delayed or canceled flight can honestly put a damper on vacation plans. With applications like Flight Aware travelers can stay on top of flight status, airport delays and travel connections.

What to Pack

Having a checklist on hand will help you avoid last-minute panic attacks. It’s easy to forget essential documents like printouts, passports or hotel information when rushing out the door. Apps like Trip List offer support for the most complicated trips whether it’s business or pleasure.

Staying Active

For travelers that want to get a workout while on vacation an app like MapMyRun is perfect for that. You can explore every nook and cranny of the city while going on a run.

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