A guide to making your travel dreams a beautiful reality
If you have been under the impression that travel for free is only for people who travel extensively or are frequent business travelers, this is for you. Anyone can learn the ins and outs of maximizing travel perks. For those of you who must travel on a budget or have limited funds, we will teach you ways you can also travel for free or at a low cost.
Too many people miss out on amazing life experiences or never take that trip on their bucket list because they believe it will be out of their financial reach. Recently we came across a meme that said if you can buy lunch and go to Starbucks for a coffee five days a week while at work, you can afford a vacation if you save that money instead. We have had colleagues who often spend $15 to $20 daily between coffee runs and lunch. Take $15 and multiply by nine months of work days, and you have about $3000. Multiply that by two people, that is a very generous travel allowance.
You may say that isn’t enough money for a vacation overseas. Well grab some wine and we will walk you through some of our trip finances and how we got there. Before you know it you will be planning a bucket list adventure of your own.
One of the questions we often get is how can you afford several trips to Europe a year? The assumption made is we must max out our credit cards or have some secret pot of money. Neither is farther from the truth. As a matter of fact, we are pretty cost-conscious and penny-pinching. In both our cases, we pay our credit cards in full each month. We each have held regular jobs our whole lives, with Joelle medically retiring in recent years. Cash flow is limited, and it is essential to find ways to keep costs under control to travel often.
Another assumption is that we get hotel stays and other freebies because we own a travel blog. We have never received any free hotel stays, meals, activities, upgrades, or flights due to the blog. We have made a point to date not to let anyone know we have a travel blog so we can experience it as our readers would and report without bias.
Several friends have asked if all the money you make on the blog pays for your travels. That is definitely not the case. We are years away, if ever, from making a profit of any kind. It is not the reason we went into this. Our goal was to share our passion for travel and to encourage others to discover how life-changing exploring the world can be.
Why keeping costs down is important
We are equal business partners at Wanderers Compass, and that means we split all our travel costs right down the middle. We set a budget and plan our travels from there. Ryan is early in his career and a single dad, so it becomes even more vital that we keep our costs down to make it affordable for him. To be able to travel for free, such as having zero hotel costs, is what makes traveling several times a year possible.
However, after years of travel, Joelle especially has higher expectations about where we stay and how we travel. It doesn’t need to be fancy or upscale but well-reviewed, centrally located, safe, and clean. Not that we don’t enjoy business class seats and high-end hotels, but we only do so when it is free or at a low cost that makes sense.
There are only two main approaches we use to keep costs controlled
- Loyalty programs Our loyalty goes to Hilton, Alaska Airlines, United Airlines, and Avis.
- Reward Points from our credit cards, Specifically Chase Sapphire Reserve (Joelle) and American Express Platinum (Ryan). In the case of the Chase card, we have a Chase business credit card as well, and any points we collect there can be transferred to Chase Sapphire Reserve, so they are all in one place and get max travel value.
But before we break that down, let’s look at one of our trips to whet your appetite.
Real Numbers Example #1
United Airlines Economy Upgraded for free to Economy Plus
Total Cost $1705 or $827 per person
Hotels for 14 nights
All hotels averaged 4.5 stars at the time. The rooms were large and often suites. All included breakfast. Some had Executive lounge access which provided appetizers, an open bar with complimentary cocktails, and even dinner at times. Our last hotel in Dubrovnik included parking.
Total Cost for all 14 nights is $194.00 or $97 a person
Avis Rental Car for 15 days
Reserved a manual 4-door, upgraded to a Mercedes Automatic for free
Total Cost is $435.11 or $217.56 a person
This is where each person can control their costs. In our case, we usually purchased only one meal a day. We had our plentiful complimentary breakfasts, then a light snack and beverage during the day. Dinner was at a local restaurant. Some hotels had evening appetizers or light dinners that were so generous we skipped eating out.
Total Costs $852 in meals or $426 per person
Gas, Tolls, Entries, Boat Ride, Tips, and Parking
Total Cost $522 or $211 a person
Total Cost for a 14-night Trip in Croatia
$3708 or $1854 a person
On our trip to Croatia, many would call upscale with airport lounge access, preboarding, exit row seats, free luggage (checking more than two bags), a Mercedes rental car, excellent hotels with upgraded rooms and suites with views, complimentary breakfast daily, and executive hotel lounge access. Remember that first example of a person buying their lunches and coffee each day of work. One person’s spending during the nine months would almost fully cover this trip for two.
How can you travel for free? Breaking it down
There are two ways to keep hotel costs down or for free. Our first choice is using Chase Reward Points from Joelle’s Chase Sapphire Reserve (CSR) Visa card or Ryan’s American Express Platinum points. This is our pot of gold. The points add up quickly between the sign-up bonus at Chase (100,000 at the time) and putting everything we purchase in our daily lives on the card.
If you buy any certain travel or dining through the Chase portal, you can get up to ten times the points to the dollar. Another great way to gain points is to use the card for large purchases. Joelle bought a car using her CSR for the downpayment. Ryan had new flooring installed and put it on his credit card. Take that a step further; if anyone in your family is planning a big trip or expenditure like furniture, ask if you can put it on your card. They then pay you back in cash. A cruise or vacation package they purchase on your card along with bonus points can get you a few nights of hotel stays for free.
Why we love Chase Sapphire Reserve so much
Now with CSR, here is the crown jewel and why we love Chase so much. If you use your reward points toward travel through their travel portal, they are worth 50% more. So as an example, that 100,000 point sign-up bonus is valued at $1000, but when booking travel through the Chase portal, it is now worth $1500. That goes a long way toward hotel stays and what a way to maximize point usage.
A great way to reduce food costs on a trip is when you book through the Chase portal; always add the complimentary breakfast. At higher-end hotels, they tend to be excellent and generous with lots of local specialties. As a result, we will not eat lunch and enjoy a larger meal at dinner.
Our second choice is using points from our hotel loyalty program. Hilton is our program of choice, as stated before. We both have Hilton credit cards that combined gave us over 300,000 points via the sign-up bonus. Depending on which brand of Hilton you stay in or during special offers like staying four nights using points and getting the 5th night free, those points can go a long way!
This may differ from most other travel bloggers’ guidance. Joelle learned in years of business travel that loyalty pays. Those few dollars you save to use another airline are not worth the perks you receive staying loyal. Joelle has used United Airlines almost exclusively for international travel for several years. She first was able to get free Gold tier status using Elite Challenge (soon will do a blog post on that). As an MVP Gold on Alaska Airlines, she presented United with proof of her status and received a year free of United Gold Status.
Loyalty doesn’t often come with price breaks, but the perks that come free add up. Extra leg room at exit row (we are both over 6 feet), meals and drinks in the airport lounge, guaranteed space for carryons, faster check-in, and free checked luggage with no worries about the weight of the luggage makes traveling more enjoyable. Planning trips well and keeping on top of miles, Joelle has kept her United status for several years. Last year Unitedoffered her Platinum status for free for several months and if she flew 8 segments du she could have it for a full year. Since that was already her plan it was a sweet bonus. People traveling with her on the same reservation get the same perks. That makes it unnecessary for both of us to have the status, though Ryan has gained United Silver status due to our travels.
A sweet perk of United Platinum status, Joelle receives a set amount of annual Plus Points that are to be used for free business class upgrades. You know those spaces that are almost like mini living rooms where the seat turns in into a bed along with first-class service. We will be taking advantage of those Plus Points on one of our longer Europe trips. We have also used miles to upgrade to business class since we tend to buy our tickets. Though we should warn you once you fly international business class, you will never want to go back to coach, but we do.
Joelle has used Avis for decades. She is at her highest status and, as a result, gets free upgrades 100% of the time. One incredible perk is that we never stand in line. Just go straight to the car and drive off. Once we used CSR reward points for a rental car and we stood in line for an hour to process the vehicle. We always reserve a standard four-door for our international travel and usually land up with a Mercedes, BMW, or Volvo each time without ever asking for it. Since, on our trips, we tend to drive many, many miles, a luxury car with excellent gas mileage is a huge bonus.
Avis also provides reward points with rentals that can be used later for free days or other services. You can begin to see how this keeps bringing costs down more and more.
Real Numbers Example #2
Fall “22 Mexico City
Ryan used United miles and, with taxes, cost it $120.04
Joelle purchased her ticket
Five nights at Gran Hotel Ciudad De Mexico. One of the only 5-star hotels in Mexico City
Large Suite with breakfast included reserved with Chase Reward Points
Total Cost ZERO!
We will not be renting a car
Staying Loyal helps gain travel for free
Over the years, we have also learned that trying to stay loyal to a hotel brand, car rental company, or airline has many perks as well. For hotels, the brand we choose is Hilton. Joelle has maintained Diamond status for years by sometimes staying farther out than ideal on US-based trips to keep points growing. Though the drive may be a bit longer it is rarely an issue and the nicer room and complimentary food credit is worth it. There are special discounts for Hilton Honor members and always some kind of super point bonus promotion.
During his Army drill weekends, Ryan must stay in a hotel and always stays at Hiltons. It adds up and the food credit goes a long to keep his costs down. In the end, it rewarded us well during our international travels. Diamond status internationally comes with complimentary breakfast, executive lounge access, upgraded rooms, expedited check-in, and complimentary water bottles. At times snacks, sometimes a complimentary bottle of wine is in the room, spa and gym access, free internet, complimentary cocktails, or other perks like free parking, shoe shine, etc. There is also a dedicated Diamond phone line for any issues or to make reservations.
The rental car loyalty program results in avoiding lines, a car ready for you upon arrival, free upgrades, choices are what cars you can upgrade to, attentive service, a dedicated phone line, special deals, coupons, and reward points.
Elite frequent flyer status
Airline frequent flyer elite status perks are the most extensive and increase with your elite level. Perks include; dedicated phone lines, separate check-in line, free first-class upgrades domestically, early boarding, tagging luggage with priority status, bonus miles, free seat assignments, free upgrades to premium coach seats, no cost for an exit row seat, free checked baggage, complimentary cocktail and snack on the flight, several lounge passes a year, discount to lounge membership, special deals and offers, and free rebooking with no penalties. Alaska Airlines provides a few first-class upgrades guest passes each year. When issues occur, they often prioritize your rebooking.
What are the annual fees for membership to the loyalty programs we reviewed above? ABSOLUTELY NOTHING, FREE!
Downside? You get a bit spoiled traveling in style and being treated like a valued guest.
Real Numbers Example #3
Summer ’22 Budapest, Bratislava, Vienna, and Prague
United Airlines Premium Economy Class
Total Cost $2556 or $1278 a person We chose not to use any points
14 nights at on average 4.5 stars hotels in the best areas of the cities
Large rooms or suites with breakfast included reserved with either Hilton Points, American Express Points, or Chase Reward Points
Total Hotel Costs $63
We will not be driving ourselves but using the My Day Trip car service. All private car transportation between cities with sightseeing included—budget under $1000 total. Dramatically less than a rental car. We will report back on our experience as it is our first time.
How can you travel for free?
Do you wonder how can you get status at a hotel or airline? Do you have to fly a lot to do that? Not anymore. Many credit cards offer some level of hotel or airline status for free. Choose the airline you prefer or is most convenient based on where you live and get their credit card. Ryan got the United one with a generous sign-up bonus. He now has almost 150,000 miles to use. Many airline cards provide frequent flier status, hotel status, or even free TSA Precheck or Global Entry. Delta and United offer substantial discounts for Clear membership. Lots of airline cards will offer several free lounges passes a year.
Want sign-up bonuses? Pick cards that offer generous ones. Look closely at the rules, though, and don’t close the cards until a whole year has passed. After spending a set amount, Ryan recently got an American Express Platinum Card, which gave him a 160,000 sign-up bonus. In 9 months, he has earned almost 250,000 points, translating into many free hotel stays.
*Please note we have no relationship with either of these cards and make no commission or get reward points if you click the links.*
American Express Platinum
With Ryan’s American Express Platinum, he gets an annual $200 hotel credit and a $200 Airline fee credit along with complimentary airport lounge access all over the world, travel insurance, UberEats $200 cash credit per year, $189 CLEAR Credit, $155 Walmart+ Credit, $240 Digital Entertainment Credit, Travel insurance, Cell Phone Protection, Booking portal, upgraded stays, early ticket access to major concerts, $100 year at Saks 5th Ave, and so much more!
Chase Sapphire Reserve
Joelle has the Chase Sapphire Reserve, which is incredible as well. That card with many exceptional bonuses such as 50% more value in points when using their travel portal, $300 travel credit per year, 50% more value with Pay Yourself Bac, complimentary airport lounge access all over the world, $100 toward Global Entry or TSA precheck, free Door Dash subscription with delivery fees waived, 10X Lyft points, Travel Insurance, Rental car coverage, Booking portal, and so much more.
Both these cards have high annual fees (Chase $550 and AXP $695), but if you travel often and with the many credits to use toward travel, it pays for itself quickly. If someone rarely travels, these are not likely cards worth the annual fees. Sign-up bonuses for these cards can vary greatly, so do your research before applying.
Have a favorite hotel chain? Get their credit card that offers a generous sign-up bonus. The cards tend to give you an elite status at some level immediately. The only hotel card we have is Hilton.
*Here is the important part; you must be disciplined and always pay off the entire balance of your credit card each month. If your goal is the travel for free paying interest makes no sense. The interest you pay destroys your benefit quickly and potentially impacts your credit score. Spend within your means. *
Real Numbers Example #4
Malta, Sicily, Naples, Sorrento, and Positano
15 nights at 4.0 stars or greater hotels in the best areas of the cities
Larger rooms or suites with breakfast included were reserved with either Hilton Points or Chase Reward Points
Total Hotel Costs $458
Keeping track of shared costs during travel
Since we split our costs down the middle, keeping close track of the numbers as we go becomes essential. Years back, we found this great iPhone app called Cost Split. Joelle has also used it when traveling with her siblings and friends. It takes seconds to put in a purchase and attribute it to who paid and how it is to be divided. It keeps you on top of your costs and how much each person is due. All can share it in the group, and each person can make an entry. It converts currency as well. When paying off in the end, it keeps track of that too.
Once the trip is completed, it generates a detailed report of expenditures for your records. It keeps us all honest and on top of our costs as we go. Over the years, I have had many friends share concerns that a trip, in the end, cost them more than their travel companions, as the math was suspicious at times. In some cases, it was so bad, that they refused to travel with them again. With Cost Split, it is done and well documented. You can check out the Cost Split app here.
There are several good apps to choose from, but Cost Split has been our favorite.
Our way is only one way to travel for free
There are many great ways to cut costs on travel. Many people use their reward points for free airfare only. If you arent bothered by long layovers or backtracking when flying, a ton of money and points can be saved. If you have a flexible schedule, sites like Scotts Cheap Flights find mind-blowing deals on transcontinental flights.
Then there is the 5/24 game, keeping to no more than five open Chase credit cards in 24 months. That is because when you go over five, it penalizes you. We don’t put that much effort into point gathering, but those who do make quite the killing. A great site to learn more about this is 10X Travel Insider on Facebook. Even if you don’t go full bore with the points-gathering game, there is much you can learn on this page.
Then there are the promotions for time-shares where you have to sit through the sales pitch to get a cheap package at a great resort. Hilton offers them often. A week in Hawaii for $150 dollars but you need to sit through a two-hour time-share pitch. If you use reward points to buy plane tickets you have a nearly free trip there. Those timeshare sales pitches are pure misery to us, and something neither of us would ever purchase. Therefore so we don’t go that route to get points and low-cost hotel/resort stays.
If a clean bed is all you need
If you don’t care if the hotels are highly-rated and just want a bed, you can truly extend your travel for free options. When using the Chase travel portal there are often hotels throughout Europe for unbelievably low points per night. It would be easy to stretch your points over many trips if you wanted. We are talking in Europe, at some of the top destinations!
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Balancing travel for free to the dollar value
The post title stated you could travel the world for free. As you see in our examples, we do pay for pieces of it. Such as our flights or rental cars. Points can be used for free airfare, rental car, and hotels, complimentary breakfast, and even access to evening lounges with free food and drinks. Chase allows you to use points for booking tour packages, entry to sites, and various other entertainment in the cities you are visiting. The choice is yours, but in our case, we look at the value of the dollars it costs to the points used.
Our best example of this was in Croatia. The rental car was just over $400 for two weeks. It does not get cheaper than that. Though points would cost at the time around 50,000 points, we could not have used our status with Avis or gotten an upgrade. That is a poor value to points ratio when the dollar amount is so low. We have many miles on our various airline frequent flyer accounts. But since status is essential, we choose to buy to keep our status. It is part of the balancing game of point redemption. As well United and Alaska airline program allows us to use miles for hotel stays but the amount of miles needed always seems way too high for the value. It pays to study this closely to get the biggest bang for your points and miles.
As you can see, it often makes sense to pay cash versus using points.
Real Numbers Example #5
Portugal and Spain
Nine nights at average 4.5 stars hotels
Larger rooms or suites with breakfast included were reserved with either Hilton Points or Chase Reward Points.
Total Hotel Costs ZERO
Air BNB 6 nights
Rental Car Avis
Used Chase Rewards points Cost ZERO
When things go wrong, loyalty can help
We are all hearing more stories of flight cancellations, lost luggage, and hotels being overbooked. That is why we tend to stick to a loyalty approach to travel. As well, we are reserving well-reviewed hotels. When things go wrong, they are more likely to take much better care of you. If that flight is canceled, you have a dedicated priority phone number to call that gets you to the front of the line for rescheduling. If you don’t like your Avis car, they will do all they can to make you happy. We have never been bumped from a flight (I hope we haven’t jinxed ourselves). Hilton moves the earth for their most loyal customers in our experience.
That doesn’t exempt us from issues, and they do happen. One day we will write a very long blog post about all the various calamities that have crossed our path during our travels. The key is to go with the flow, stay calm and make the best of it. A level head that keeps cool will handle obstacles better. Ultimately, it’s all part o the adventure and the stories you will tell.
Is travel for free too good to be true?
A frequent comment we see online is this can’t be real; why would the credit card companies do this. If you pay your balance at the end of the month, why would they keep giving you points for nothing?
Keeping the explanation simple, here goes. First, credit cards charge the hotel, airline, rental car, and restaurant fees to use their services. Based on the card, it would be 3-5% of your total bill. So even if you pay your balance in full each month, the bank is still raking in the dough!
Their real goal is for you to pay interest where they make money hand over fist. Stay disciplined, and you both come out ahead. It isn’t too good to be true and is an incredible coup financially if you learn to play the game right.
Preparing for the unexpected costs
Travel, as in life, is not without risk. You can get most of your travel for free but unexpected costs can turn that upside down. The key is to guard against costs that could skyrocket quickly. The best way to do that is to buy travel insurance. Travel insurance can protect you from financial ruin. Our strongest warning here is not to rely on the medical insurance part of what comes free with your credit card. It is awful! We love the Chase Sapphire Reserve, but the total coverage for medical issues is $2500, which won’t cover much.
Travel insurance can be very affordable if you do it right. It just takes a little education to make you an empowered consumer. Check out our blog post on the importance of travel insurance and where to buy great and affordable coverage here.
Another cost aspect to consider is Emergency Medical Evacuation coverage. Travel insurance offers generous evacuation coverage but in most cases only covers your evacuation to the closest hospital that can handle the severity of your condition. That is very important, but in most cases, it won’t Medevac you back to the United States. You could spend weeks in a foreign hospital. Companies like Medjet will get you home to a hospital of your choice at no cost. If you are seriously ill, the last place you want to be is in a hospital where you can’t speak the language, and care is substandard. Learn more from our blog post on medical evacuation membership here.
You can travel for free or at a reasonable cost and live your travel dreams!
With the five examples of our savings from the trips we noted above, you can see what many spend on lunch and coffee daily could take you on a fantastic trip of a lifetime. Even if you are that person putting aside some dollars each week along with rewards and miles, you can travel affordably. This is not out of most people’s reach. With a plan, it may take a couple of years to build up enough points, but you learn the ropes before you know it.
You have even greater control if you are ok with lower-rated hotels, willing to fly economy and don’t pre-assign your seats. If you are not into eating out all the time, you can get into some local grocery stores and save a ton of money. If you are willing to take public transportation, you can save on rental car, gas, parking, and tolls. Imagine how low some of our numbers could have been if we did that!
Our goal in this post was to have you see how you can travel for free or affordably if you play your cards right. You don’t have to be rich or save for decades. We are passionate about travel and its life-changing impact. It has brought so much joy to our lives, and we want you to discover that wonder too. But like most of you, costs are a factor but that should not keep you from traveling.
Start doing your research, and before you know it, you will be working towards free travel. Now all you have to decide where your first adventure will take you, if only that was an easy choice!
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Our Recommended Travel Resources
Our favorite travel insurance site!
If you are booking a trip, don’t forget to get travel insurance within 14 days of your first booking. We could not be stronger advocates of being well insured. Not for the little stuff but the big stuff like medical emergencies. We never leave home without it. Over the years, we have used many sites but have now found our go-to place. Squaremouth.com does a fantastic job; it has a user-friendly interface, they use top-rated and reputable insurance carriers, and most policies cover Covid medical issues and cancellations. They also mediate on your behalf if you have problems with your policy.
Medical transport back home from anywhere in the world
They are the premier global air medical transport. One caveat to travel insurance is that medical evacuation usually gets you to the closest facility to care for you. Medjet gets you back to the U.S. to the hospital of your choice once you are stable enough to fly. They cover Covid-related transports as well.
Medjet carries its own policies. The policy is only for transport and no other aspects of travel insurance. They have individual trip policies starting at $99 and annual policies for $295. Most of their policies limit the age to 74 and younger. Prices are not based on age below that.
Hotels, home rentals, BNBs, flights, and other transportation & tours
Expedia is a US-based company whose mission is to power global travel for everyone and everywhere. Whether planning a family vacation, booking for business, or organizing the trip of a lifetime, they are a fantastic resource. Wanderers Compass focuses on independent travel, and using sites like Expedia makes that possible. Every aspect of travel you would need, from airfare, accommodations, rental car, cruises, to activities to do at your destination, can be booked on Expedia.
Hotels, Home rentals, BNBs, Flights, and other Transportation & Tours
Booking.com connects millions of travelers to memorable experiences, various transportation options, and incredible places to stay – from homes to hotels and much more. It is one of the world’s largest travel marketplaces for established brands and entrepreneurs of all sizes.
We always start with Expedia to check prices, but it sometimes says it is sold out. We then try Booking.com, and we find it lists plenty of rooms. It could be they are a Europe-based company. Try both before booking accommodations.
Are you traveling with a family or having an extended stay at your destination?
With over 2 million bookable vacation rentals, VRBO connects homeowners with families and vacationers looking for something more than a hotel for their trip. The VRBO community offers families or groups various rental property types such as condos, cabins, lake rentals, beach houses, etc.
VRBO is under the Expedia group ownership now, which many were worried about, but it hasn’t panned out to be a concern. It is a massive network that also has access to all forms of lodging should issues arise. Joelle has used VRBO for many years with her family, with no problems to date.
Tripadvisor, the world’s largest travel guidance platform, helps hundreds of millions of people each month become better travelers, from planning to booking to taking a trip. Travelers around the world use the Tripadvisor site and App to discover where to stay, what to do, and where to eat based on guidance from those who have been there before.
With more than 1 billion reviews and opinions from nearly 8 million businesses, travelers turn to Tripadvisor to find deals on accommodations, book experiences, reserve tables at delicious restaurants and discover great places to see nearby. We use them for guidance and research on every trip, it is a valuable app for the independent traveler.
Discover Europe by Train
Rail Europe sells train and bus tickets for travel across Europe. They cover 24 countries, 105 rail operations, and 20,000 stations. They are the official rail and bus operations agents in the UK, France, Spain, Italy, Germany, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Luxembourg, and the Netherlands. Rail Europe continues to add coverage all the time.
It is a fast, easy and economical way to purchase train and bus tickets for Europe. Eurail passes are also available to buy through their site.
An excellent source for travel essentials and guides
Amazon is one of the most extensive shopping online sources in the world. On behalf of their customers, teams worldwide provide lower prices, better selection, and rapid delivery. They offer a vast inventory, and it is their 1.7 million small and medium businesses worldwide selling on Amazon.com that provide extensive options for customers.
We buy most of our travel books, accessories, and luggage from Amazon. We have ordered up to two days before travel and get what we need.
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We have used this luggage for years, left briefly to try others, and returned to Travelpro. Travelpro luggage is carried by crews from over 90 airlines worldwide.
Travelpro takes the time to learn what travelers want and need, then builds it. The key factor for us is that it must be lightweight upfront and very resistant to rough handling. Their luggage is the best, and we could not recommend it enough. It is our go-to luggage.
Travel documentation made more accessible
iVisa.com is dedicated to providing customers with a simple, fast, and reliable way to get travel documentation for their journey. Their online application process makes getting visas, health declarations, or passport photos a breeze, all from your home’s comfort. As a leading independent company in the travel documentation industry, they take pride in making global travel more accessible for everyone. In the end, it is a simple and affordable travel resource to get the necessary entry documents complete for your international travel.
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