If you want to do a quick search for flight
reservations, the Travel Wizard comes in handy. But by
becoming a free member, perks include weekly fare
reports on your favorite cities.
You can get some great deals on airline reservations
here without having to first sign on as a member,
Offering deep discounts on cruises, all-inclusive
vacations and tours.
This is the place to bid on last-minute deals, like
weekend packages to St. Croix including airfare.
This guide is known for producing well-researched,
up-to-date information that travelers can depend on no
matter where they're going. Budget-minded travelers
and students will feel at home here.
This guide features content from Conde Nast Traveler
magazine. Look for bargains, photos, discussions and
listings of top places to visit.
There's good information here just like you'd find in
one of their famous travel guide books. But you're not
likely to find some beach hut or out-of-the-way
restaurant listed here.
Frommer's Budget Travel
You'll find some good deals on travel if you sign up
for their daily e-mail newsletter. All the other
information here is for the thrifty traveler, just
like the name suggests.
Offices Worldwide Directory
This guide lists only official government tourism
offices, convention and visitors bureaus, chambers of
commerce and similar agencies that provide free,
accurate and unbiased travel information to the
public. No travel agents. No tour operators. No
Cable TV's Travel Channel offers the whole gamut for
travelers, including planning trips and booking
reservations, live web cams, weather, maps and a
National Public Radio's Rudy Maxa gives tips and tells
travel stories. This site has some excellent feature
stories like weddings abroad, belly dancing and
extreme vacations in Oregon.
Plug in your information to this guide and in three
easy steps get a variety of fares to choose from --
all this without having to establish a membership.
Provides comments and ratings from real travelers to
help you find the perfect vacation.
Guide to Travel
Travelers get all the practicalities about the
destination of their choice, including details on when
to go, language, entry requirements and currency. They
also provide information specific to women, gay and
lesbian, and disabled travelers.
This is where you can find off-the-beaten-path travel.
From Alaska to Zimbabwe, they've been there and done
As a registered member you will receive a weekly
bulletin, via e-mail, which contains good deals on
airline, hotel and rental car reservations.
This seems to be the travel hub for students. Find
study-abroad and work-abroad programs, plus loads of
other perks if you just happen to be in school or a
Formerly known as Green Travel, this ecotourism guide
offers trip planning, ideas and inspiration from a
community of seasoned, adventurous travelers. Experts
will also answer your calls and e-mails, and help you
Their team of experienced gay travelers have journeyed
the world in search of the best trips, vacations,
lodging, services and excursions. They encourage
travelers to share their experiences, recommendations
and referrals as well.
This is a guide exclusively for beach and island
vacations. Some of the listings are currently thin,
but what exists is very good.
Nearly 600 resorts, daily ski reports, trip planning
and equipment information for anyone wanting to ski or
A Colorado couple started this site using first-hand
experience. They are not travel agents, just
messengers for disabled and mature travelers.
Plug in where and what you want to do and the
"vacation planner" lists various outfitters
and their web sites.
This group claims to offer tickets between 50 percent
and 70 percent off the airlines' published fares
through the use of consolidators, bulk airfares,
travel brokers, business-class upgrades, first-class
upgrades, frequent flyer mileage and other discount