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South Pacific (Moon Handbooks S.)

by David Stanley
  For more than 30 years, the award-winning Moon Handbooks series has been the top choice among independent travellers who want a unique experience, a new perspective, and a few new stories to tell. With Moon Handbooks, travellers are given the tools to make their own choices and create a travel strategy that's theirs alone. The result? A more personal and ultimately more satisfying travel experience. From lagoon swimming in the Cook Islands to witnessing the race of the banana bearers in the Heiva i Tahiti festival, travelers will find the best of the South Pacific, both popular and obscure, in this guidebook. Moon Handbooks South Pacific provides in-depth coverage of outdoor recreation, with specifics on swimming, diving, yachting, kayaking, biking, hiking, camping, climbing, caving, and horseback riding. Complete with useful advice on practicalities such as food, entertainment, shopping, visas, money, health, packing, and inter-island travel, travelers will find the tools they need for a uniquely personal experience in this guidebook.
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Tips for How to Travel Around the World

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There are many benefits to travelling around the world in one go instead of breaking it into segments. Not only is it cheaper, but you can also visit neighbouring countries on a whim instead of having to return home for a day or two to catch your next flight. Making sure that your trip around the world is a once in a lifetime experience, you must make sure that your itinerary is well thought out, and you must also purchase your ticket well in advance to give to time to make your plans.

Get tips and advice from those who have already been there and made the mistakes so you donít have to - check out this post which gives plenty of tips for traveling the world by backpackers.

You might think the whole trip is going to dent your finances, however what youíre getting in return is surely the best value for money youíll ever see. From beautiful and historic sights to great people and even better memories, here are a few tips for how to travel around the world the right way.

Pricing Your Ticket

In order to get the best price for your ticket, you have to price it as an around the world booking. Most travel companies offer these types of tickets at cheaper rates compared to individual journeys, or even one way flights. The tickets work by offering you a number of destinations in between your departure and return flight, and you pay for the miles youíre going to travel instead of visiting individual places.

For example, if you purchase 35,000 miles, then that will allow you to visit roughly 4 continents, and 40,000 miles might even get you 6 continents. As long as you clearly state where you want your flights to go to, you can get access to some great deals. One of the conditions of around the world tickets is that your departure and return flight must be from the same airport.

Frequent Flyer Credit Card Deals

Credit cards can be your biggest asset when travelling around the world, and weíre not talking about shopping. A variety of banks are partnered up with major airlines, and the more you use your credit, your rewards can be converted into miles in the sky! An around the world ticket is usually 120,000 miles, so make sure you keep your purchases low but frequent. Cheapflights.co.uk offer some great deals on flights around the world, so make sure you book online this summer.

Various Methods of Travel

One of the best ways to save money on your around the world trip is to consider different forms on transport. Some of us just wonít be able to access the type of benefits and discounts that credit card companies offer, however that doesnít mean there isnít a buck to be saved here and there. If you plan out your journey by using different modes of transport, youíll find that your costs will drop dramatically.

For example, if youíre travelling from the UK, you could start off your journey by getting a cheap flight to a European with excellent transport links to other countries. From here youíll be able to work your way through the continent on the trains and busses with the money youíve saved on your original flights.

The Rough Guide to New Zealand

The Rough Guide to New Zealand
by Paul Whitfield, Tony Mudd, Catherine Le Nevez
  Detailed accounts of every attraction along with crystal-clear maps and plans will show you the very best New Zealand has to offer: from white-sand beaches and vast kauri trees in the north to the hairline fiords and penguin colonies in the south.
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