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Hate planning travel? Top tips to make planning your next trip easy

  • April 30, 2018
  • By Nick Vincent
Hate planning travel? Top tips to make planning your next trip easy

While some of us travel geeks genuinely enjoy the planning process of a trip, most people are time-poor and would rather someone else do it for them. This is why travel agents remain popular, even though it’s so easy for us to book all of our travel online.

However there is a middle ground- you can book your travel yourself without getting stressed out about all the details or spending too much time comparing hotels and flights. Here are some top tips that will make it easier for you to plan your next trip:

Take a package

Believe it or not, but a travel package can be a great deal. When you purchase a Webjet travel package, you know that someone else has done all the hard yards for you- you simply need to check that the flights and accommodation line up with your dates, and you’re good to go. If you don’t have the time to do this yourself, choosing a travel package can be an excellent option.


Choose to cruise

If you think cruising is only for old people, you couldn’t be more wrong. While some cruise lines are positioned towards those in their twilight years, there are just as many that are tailored for families, couples, or groups of young friends. From Royal Caribbean to Carnival and NCL, there’s sure to be a cruise line that will fit you. Not to mention, cruising is one of the easiest ways to travel. Not only do you pay for your accommodation, food, and transport in one hit, but you can pay your cruise off in payments leading up to the cruise.

Check out some of the Webjet cruise deals if you’re hoping to score a great deal.

Deal sites

There are thousands of travel Facebook pages, newsletters, and deal sites to choose from. Whether you have a rough idea of when you’d like to travel or you’re completely open to suggestion, these can be an excellent way to grab a great deal without needing to be constantly on the lookout. Sign up to a newsletter or two and spend a minute checking your inbox every now and again. Instead of having to go out and look for deals, they’ll be brought straight to your inbox.

Have you planned a trip recently? How did you make it easy? Leave a comment below and let us know.

By Nick Vincent, April 30, 2018