How to Become a Flight Attendant
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My name is Daniel and I am a full-time world traveler and constantly on the move.
My goal with luggageguru.com is to provide helpful information about travel related products and accessories and also useful travel tips to make your vacation or trip more enjoyable!
by Daniel | Last Updated December 14th, 2019
Do you have an eternal sense of wanderlust? Do you dream of sunbathing in the Maldives or dining in Monaco? Do you want to travel the world and get paid for it?
If so, a flight attendant career may be the perfect opportunity for you. You have the potential to earn a lucrative income, learn and utilize professional skills, and explore all kinds of places.
Let's get into everything you need to know about how to become a flight attendant. [Read more...]
The 10 Best Luggage Sets
for Travel 2020
by Daniel | Last Updated December 12th, 2019
Are you preparing for a big family vacation? Or are you only ever moments away from your next business trip? No matter your reason for traveling, quality luggage can make your trip easier and more organized.
Here, we've rounded up some of the best luggage sets on the market. Whether you're a jet-setting business professional or the occasional holidaymaker, these cases offer a wide range of useful features and stylish designs, making them great options for everyone. Combining strength, style, organization, and functionality, these are our top picks for 2020. [Read more...]
Everyone loves to travel and it's estimated that 8 million people fly every day. What people don't love about traveling is the price tag that comes with it.
What if we told you there were ways for you to fly without paying anything out of pocket? That's right, fly for free!
If you're on a budget but want to go on a trip, use one of the 10 tips below to travel for free. [Read more...]
by Daniel | Last Updated December 10th, 2019
10 Ways to Fly for Free and
Jet Set Around the Globe
Happy Trails: The Best LA Hikes for the Adventurous!
by Daniel | Last Updated December 8th, 2019
You might think of Los Angeles as a bustling highway of overpasses, but it actually has an abundance of natural elements.
It is home to the largest city-dwelling preservation area and a large variety of flora and wildlife to explore. Plus, the dominance of sunny, warm days makes it perfect for enjoying the great outdoors.
So, if you are seeking an escape from the nearly 4 million residents of LA, it is quite easy to find a tranquil trail. Some offer views of the city while other destinations lead you into the distant mountain ranges.
Read on to discover the most exciting LA hikes in and around the city. [Read more...]
The Best Compression Socks
by Daniel | Last Updated December 6th, 2019
Are you about to go on a long plane ride? If so, you should consider buying compression socks.
Compression socks help to increase blood circulation in the legs, staving off the types of blood clots that are often brought on by long-distance flights. In addition to protecting your health, they can also improve your level of comfort, helping you to feel fresh after landing.
Interested in buying compression socks? Looking for the best compression socks on the market today? Read on to find them. [Read more...]
The Best Beaches in the US
by Daniel | Last Updated December 3rd, 2019
According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the United States is home to approximately 95,471 miles of coastline. So, it shouldn't come as much of a surprise that the country is home to some of the world's best beaches.
America's beaches run the gamut from rock to sandy to energetic to desolate. Regardless of your preferences, there's an American beach that will suit you.
Interested in learning about a few of America's best beaches? Then don't stop reading now. We're going to discuss the absolute best beaches in the US below. [Read more...]
Tips for Traveling to Tokyo:
Things to Know Before You Go
by Daniel | Last Updated November 29th, 2019
On average 28 million people travel to Tokyo every year. Tokyo is one of the most traveled to destinations due to it being a diverse city that has its own personality.
If you're thinking of traveling to Tokyo or are getting ready to leave, there are few things you should know before stepping foot in Japan. These tips range from etiquette to common tips every traveler should know, no matter where they go.
For our tips on traveling to Tokyo keep reading below. [Read more...]
Top Tips for Safe and Satisfying Solo Travel
by Daniel | Last Updated November 23rd, 2019
Many people from around the globe shy away from single traveling. They might not feel safe traveling on their own, or they feel uncertain about being alone on such a long journey.
However, hardcore solo travelers know all too well just how safe and satisfying traveling independently can actually be. It all depends on how you educate yourself, where you choose to go, and, of course, how you adjust your mindset.
If you're thinking about solo travel, here are some top tips for starting an independent journey. [Read more...]
Things to do in Istanbul
by Daniel | Last Updated November 20th, 2019
Istanbul is a city that's known for its rich history and culture, beautiful scenery, and mind-blowing architecture. There are dozens of things to do while visiting Turkey, but there's something special about Istanbul that's just breathtaking.
Here's our guide outlining the best things to do when in Istanbul. If you need any help planning your trip, contact us today to learn more insider tips about this amazing city! [Read more...]
10 Best Hotels in
Lake Como, Italy
by Daniel | Last Updated November 15th, 2019
You can't just go to Lake Como once. The moment you see this vast Italian lake with its towering mountain background and stunning waterside buildings, you'll fall in love and want to come back every year.
The best hotels in Lake Como are exquisite experiences all by themselves as well. From the grandest upscale resort hotels you could imagine, all the way down to the pretty 10-room hotels covered in climbing flowers, staying lakeside feels like you're in heaven.
In the very north of Italy just south of the Swiss border, Lake Como is a huge Y-shaped lake with branches leading to the cities of Como and Lecco. The lakeside is dotted with beautiful towns like Bellagio, where you'll get unbelievable views of the water and mountains. [Read more...]
Is Peru Safe to Visit?
A Guide for Travelers
by Daniel | Last Updated November 10th, 2019
As the home of Machu Picchu, Peru is most definitely on the tourist track. And the tourist numbers here are growing. The daily limit of tourists allowed into the site (by the government and UNESCO) is 2,500, but they've been breaking records for years, and in 2013, more than 1.2 million people visited the site alone.
While this incredible Andean site is a major attraction, you might not hear much about the rest of Peru. Is Peru safe for tourists? What's the infrastructure like? What do you do need to do to make sure you have a good time and avoid crime?
How to Overcome
by Daniel | Last Updated November 3rd, 2019
Here's the deal: almost 70% of long haul travelers are affected by jet lag every single time they hop off a plane. So, if you've taken a long flight recently, chances are that you felt sleepy, cold, and groggy when you landed.
How can you prevent this? Luckily for you, we've got the remedy. In our guide, we dig deep into who is at a greater risk for developing jet lag, including industry professionals like commercial pilots, flight attendants, corporate travelers.
Plus, we learn that things like tiny seating with your knees cramped up and eating poor quality airline food trigger jet lag too.
Experiencing high altitude and traveling across several time zones are the key ingredients to experiencing major jet lag when you land as well. [Read more...}