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How Apps Can Help You Plan A Trip

We believe that trip planning is the most important aspect of a trip plan, and it’s fun too. Going through various destinations, checking flight timings, reading train timetables and comparing car rental prices, searching for bargained hotel prices, deciding where to shop and eat; this all this seems very exciting, isn’t it? Now whether you are planning a business trip or a family holiday, you need to plan your itinerary in such a way that you have plenty of time to do everything you want, and not miss out on anything.

With today’s technological boom, it’s easy to plan your trip sitting on your couch with a phone in your hand. Let’s look at them one by one:

TripIt:  A great app that helps you combine all your travel bookings and confirmations at one place. It will send you timely reminder about the flight you are going take and what time will your car rental service arrive. The only drawback on this app is that it won’t suggest your various travel destinations, or help you search hotels.

Guides by Lonely Planet: Now what this app does is that it will help you create your travel wishlist. Now this may include travel destinations like Paris Disneyland with the family, or going on a Solo trip to Bali; or travel experiences like bungee jumping off the Bloukrans Bridge. Again, as you can see, this app will not help you make the booking for that particular trip. TripCase is another such app that helps you arrange all your flight, train, hotel, car rental confirmation in one place. One more example in this list is the quintessential, TripAdvisor.  

TripAdvisor: TripAdvisor will help you plan your trip from start to the end, compare reviews and help you arrive at a right decision. The only drawback of this app is that it will not centralize your travel documentation.

TripHobo: It  is a unique trip planning tool that will let you choose your travel destination, make wishlists and compare hotels, while also letting you book tours and experiences. The two most striking features we found in this trip planning app are group planning and budget calculator. Group planning helps you invite your travel buddies to share ideas, chat and custom-create your travel itinerary, which is then made available on everyone’s dashboard for a ready reference; while the budget calculator gives you a unified budget by taking into consideration your flight, hotel, sightseeing costs, plus lets you add expected costs for food, shopping, tips, and other miscellaneous items. This itinerary planner will also suggest you readymade trip plans that have been created by millions of travellers from all around the world.

 

Things to Do Outside of Las Vegas: Nevada’s Best Attractions

Las Vegas, namely the Vegas strip, is the most popular attraction in the State of Nevada. However, the state offers a number of other attractions beyond the general entertainment and gambling in Vegas. Outside of the city, many relaxing sites and interesting attractions are available for families, couples and individuals. The state features a number of natural sites such as lakes, hot springs and mountains. In addition, small towns and cities feature interesting attractions not found in Las Vegas.

Picture from https://www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/2017/6/6/15731622/nevada-medicaid-for-all

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VIDEO: Road Trip Through Bulgaria – Part 2: Seven Rila Lakes and Rila Monastery

Last year we visited Bulgaria. We did a small roadtrip visiting Sofia, Plovdiv, Burgas  (Sunny Beach) and Rila (see the links for the blogs!). Took some digging but we finally made a video about our trip in Rila, visiting the Seven Rila lakes and the Rila Monastery.  Check our latest video out below!

Visiting the New 7 Wonders of the World: Chichen Itza, Mexico

Chichen Itza in Mexico is one of the New 7 Wonders of the World. In 2015 I got the chance to visit this amazing sight. Chichen Itza was one of the most important cities of the Maya’s civilization. The sight is beautiful, with the famous ‘el Castillo’ dominating in the centre. In this blog I will take you along how I experienced the whole day trip.

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VIDEO: Travelling through Switzerland

Last March Uncensored Travel did a small eurotrip including Switzerland together with the parents of Sam. Finally we uploaded the video, check it out below! 🙂

We just landed in… 

Valencia! Going to see the city, La Tomatina festival and Porto 🙂 keep checking our website for more content coming up soon!

GET TO THE CHOPPER: Helicopter flight over the Netherlands/Belgium

Yesterday we had the opportunity for a short helicopter flight over Maaseik (Belgium) and Roosteren (Netherlands). Check out the footage below! 🙂

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VIDEO: Hidden German Gems for your Bucket List

This year we visited several parks throughout Middle and East Germany. Uncensored Travel already wrote about all three parks before, and now our video about visiting these beautiful gems is online! Enjoy! We visited Kromlau, Bastei and Bergpark Kassel.

Want to read more about visiting the parks? Read below by clicking on the image!

 

 

Panama City: an overview

In 2015 Uncensored Travel backpacked hroughout Central America. The first country to start this journey was Panama, landing in the capital: Panama City.  In this blog I will write you my experiences seeing this city in two days.

Panama City view

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Visiting the New 7 Wonders of the World: Colosseum Rome

Highly noted on my bucket list I have noted down to see the new 7 Wonders of the World in this life time. The first one to write about that I visited is the only World Wonder in Europe, the Colosseum in Italy, Rome.

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