Lao Tzu once said, “A good traveler has no fixed plans, and is not intent on arriving,” but a lot has changed in the 1,400 years since he walked the earth.
Today, between work, children, bills, and much more, we all have a great number of commitments to honor, so when it comes to vacationing, we’re always looking to 1) get where we’re going as quickly and inexpensively as possible, and 2) make sure the process is straightforward and hassle-free. Enter travel and vacation websites.
But the reality is that, while nearly all travel and vacation websites claim to offer the best deals, not all of them are created equal. And in some instances, they might actually ruin the vacation you’ve been looking forward to for so long.
Instead of allowing this to happen to you, we here at HighYa have reviewed some of the most popular travel and vacation websites you’re likely to encounter during your research, and have provided in-depth, no nonsense, actionable information you can immediately put to use.
Be on the lookout for: Deals that seem too food to be true, poor customer service, strict limitations (e.g. blackout dates), and prices that change quickly.
Naomi: I was booking my birthday weekend in Los Angeles and decided last minute that I wanted something different and special for the occasion. I finally came to the conclusion that I wanted to rent a...
Keith Gilmore: Last week my family and I rented a car for our eight-day vacation in Florida. It was awesome! I'll be honest, though, I was pretty nervous about not going the conventional route. But being a huge...
Italo Victor Demanins: I just wanted to congratulate Turo for providing a great service. We will be adding more vehicles to Turo, and we look forward to mutually beneficial relationships for both Turo and myself. Regards.