Welcome to Course Charted my fellow traveler and wanderluster!
If you’re into slow, sustainable, savvy travel then you’re in the right place.
SLOW — Being a slow traveler means being a mindful, present visitor wherever you go. It means tailoring your itinerary so you can slow down and immerse in the destination.
Whether you have a weekend, a week, a month, or longer at your destination you can be a slow traveler. And I’ll show you how!
SUSTAINABLE — Traveling sustainably means carefully selecting where your valuable tourism-dollars go. It means supporting businesses and initiatives that want to protect and preserve our beautiful planet.
If you’re a sustainable traveler you’re trying to leave a place the same or better than how you found it. At Course Charted, one of my goals is for us to have a positive impact on the places we visit!
SAVVY — If you’re doing both of the above, you’re well on your way to being a savvy traveler! But I don’t just want you to have incredible, life-changing travel experiences. I want you to get a great deal on them as well.
In addition to destination guides focused on immersing in a destination’s culture and cuisine, Course Charted is full of travel-hacking resources to help you maximize your travel-dollars!
Let’s Get Started!
The links below will have you on your way to slow, sustainable, savvy travel. But be warned, the articles on Course Charted may induce severe wanderlust causing you to start planning your next adventure!
Destinations — in the Destinations section you’ll find Course Charted destination guides and articles to help you choose the best destinations, accommodations, activities, and dining for your next trip!
Travel Smarter — in the Travel Smarter section you’ll find articles revealing all my favorite travel-hacking tips and tricks to help you value-travel, whether you’re traveling on a budget or just want to spend your money wisely!
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