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Trip Tern : Social Traveling [Top Tourist Destinations]

Trip Tern was a way to make travel planning easier. Users would submit a destination city with budget and then it automatically output an optimal itinerary.

A few good replacements are Wonderlog, TripIt, Pilot, Jubel, Hipherd, and ViaHero.

A well planned trip will have optimal routes between places, keep you on time but not overscheduled, and makes sure that you do not miss anything.

  • TripIt: consolidates all your travel reservations and plans in one place. It automatically imports confirmation emails from airlines, hotels, car rentals, and other bookings, creating a master itinerary that is accessible both online and offline.
  • Google Trips: gathers travel information from your Gmail account and organizes it into trip itineraries. The app also provides personalized recommendations for attractions, restaurants, and activities, as well as downloadable offline maps.
  • Roadtrippers: This app is perfect for planning road trips, allowing users to create custom routes, find attractions and points of interest along the way, and calculate fuel costs. Roadtrippers also features a database of accommodations, restaurants, and landmarks to help users plan their stops.
  • Sygic Travel: is a comprehensive trip planning app that allows users to create detailed itineraries, discover attractions, and book tours, hotels, and transportation. The app also provides offline maps and navigation, making it easy to navigate unfamiliar destinations.
  • Hopper: helps users find the best flight deals by predicting future price trends and notifying them when prices drop. The app also offers hotel booking options and provides price predictions for accommodations.
  • Kayak: is a travel search engine and app that features a trip planning tool that helps users organize and manage their travel reservations.
  • Skyscanner: is a flight search engine that helps users find the best deals on flights, hotels, and car rentals. The app also provides price alerts and an “Explore” feature, which suggests destinations based on the user’s budget and travel preferences.
  • PackPoint: is a packing list app that generates customized packing lists based on the user’s destination, travel dates, and planned activities. It considers factors like weather forecasts and trip duration to ensure users pack the essentials for their trip.
  • Rome2rio: is a transportation search engine that helps users find the best way to get from one destination to another.

 

 

 

 

The top tourist destinations are:

  • New York City, 13M
  • Millan, 6M
  • Athens, 5M
  • Barcelona, 6M
  • Dubai, 15M
  • Rome, 10M
  • Valencia
  • Venice, 5M
  • Las Vegas, 7M
  • Texas
  • Arizona
  • Alaska

 

My longing for adventure and the call of the wild led me to meticulously plan a trip to Alaska, a place I had dreamed of visiting since I was a child, captivated by tales of its vast wilderness and untamed beauty. The planning stage was as exciting as it was daunting; I pored over maps, read countless travel blogs, and made lists of the gear I would need for this journey into the last frontier.

I decided to go in late June when the days were longest, giving me nearly endless daylight to explore the sprawling landscapes of the 49th state. My itinerary was ambitious; I wanted to experience everything from the calving glaciers to the wildlife and the midnight sun.

The centerpiece of my trip was a week-long stay in Denali National Park, home to North America’s highest peak. I booked a small, rustic cabin that promised a stunning view of Denali itself, which towers at a staggering 20,310 feet. The cabin was modest, just 400 square feet, with a cozy loft bed and a wood stove for warmth. It was off-grid living at its finest, with no electricity or running water, but it came equipped with a propane lantern and was situated near a crystal-clear stream for fresh water.

I invested in a high-quality sleeping bag rated for temperatures as low as 0 degrees Fahrenheit, not wanting the cold Alaskan nights to catch me off-guard. My backpack was a durable, 65-liter North Face Terra, which I knew would be comfortable for carrying my supplies during the day hikes I had planned.

As the departure date drew near, I double-checked my gear: a pair of waterproof hiking boots with good ankle support, layers of thermal and waterproof clothing, a compact first aid kit, and, of course, my camera with extra batteries to capture the awe-inspiring sights.

Upon arrival in Alaska, the reality was even more breathtaking than I had imagined. The air was crisp and pure, and the landscapes were a tapestry of colors and textures that photos could never fully capture. I spent my days hiking through valleys carpeted with wildflowers, spotting caribou and moose in the distance, and at night, I’d lay in my loft bed listening to the symphony of nature just beyond the walls of my cabin.

One of my most memorable experiences was a boat tour to witness the glaciers up close.

 

 

Travel itinerary, to plan where to stay and what to see each day. For example:

2 day trip to National Park

Day 1:

Unpack car

Breakfast

2 hours of kayak fishing

Lunch

2 hour long hike

Setup tent

Dinner

Make campfire and make smores

Bed time

Day 2:

Breakfast

2 hour bike ride

Lunch

1 hour of Frisbee

1 hour walk by lake

Dinner

Start campfire and make dinner

Drink beer

Look at milky way

Bed time

 

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