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Three easy ways to find hidden cameras in hotels and rental homes

Nearly 60% of Americans said they were worried about hidden cameras in Airbnb homes in 2019.And 11% of vacation home renters said they...

Travelers are upset about rising costs, but most aren’t canceling their plans just yet

Summer travel talk sure isn't what it used to be.Rather than sun, sand and surf, many travel discussions now center on inflation, rising...

Japan is about to welcome back foreign travelers, but domestic tourism remains its priority

After more than two years of closed border policies, Japan is set to welcome back international travelers this week.Come June 10, foreign tourists...

First time on a yacht? Avoid these 7 amateur mistakes

While most of the travel industry struggled to get back on its feet, the yachting industry had a different problem during the pandemic:...

For the first time since the pandemic, leisure and business flights surpass 2019 levels

For the first time since the start of the pandemic, global leisure and business flights have risen to levels not seen since 2019.That's...

Want to travel to space? In 2024, balloons might take you part of the way there

Nearly half of Americans want to travel to space.But that means the other half doesn’t, according to a 2021 survey by ValuePenguin, one...

Japan is set to open its doors in June, but some locals aren’t happy about it

As countries across Asia reopen to international travelers, Japan — one of the continent's most popular destinations — remains firmly closed.That may soon...

Why solo female travelers are joining group tours

Everyone told me not to travel solo during a pandemic.Especially not to learn snowboarding, a sport that not all travel insurance policies cover....

Why would an Oscar-winning actor create a travel app? Kevin Costner shares his story

Kevin Costner knows a good story when he hears one.That's why he said he was intrigued when he heard about an app designed...

Here’s why people are still flipping out on airliners

Incidents involving unruly passengers in the United States are decreasing.But the good news may end there.On average, there were about 500 reports of...

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