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Holiday Travel Tips

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The holidays make for some of the busiest travel days of the year. Visiting friends and family, or just a getaway to a tropical destination, while taking advantage of the time off work affect the rise in airfare, and accommodation prices.

But it doesn’t mean that you should turn into a scrooge. Here are some travel tips from Beforeifly, to ensure that your travels are just as merry and bright!


Do Your research.

Before even choosing your dates, know that the most expensive times are a few days before and a few days after Christmas Day and New Year’s Day.

Booking well in advance will also save you some extra for holiday spending.

Being flexible will not only save you money, but also the stress. Early morning flights tend to run a little higher in price, as do direct flight. If you want to save on costs, choose a flight with one or two stops, depending on your destination. You do not want to turn what would be a 5 hour direct flight into a day and a half of travel.


Vacation and Packing

If taking a vacation to a tropical destination, pack light. Take a carry-on bag and skip the suitcase if you can. Not only will this save you money on paying for checked baggage, but time as well, when you don’t need to wait for the luggage to get unloaded at your destination, and you don’t run the risk of the airline misplacing your belongings. Just remember that any fluids in a carry on must be 3.4 ounces (100 milliliters) or less per item.

If you are planning on visiting family, remember to leave all gifts unwrapped when packing them into your suitcase or carry on. This way you do not run the risk of having a customs agent tear into the perfect wrapping job you have already done. Remember all packages run through the security screening. Just wrap them once you get to your destination. If an option, ship your unwrapped gifts separately a few days before you take off and have them arrive in time to wrap and gift.

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Make sure to do an online check-in 24 hours prior to departure. If you chose not to do seat selection and pay (on some airlines) this is also a good time to select your seats at no additional cost.

The day of your travels, ensure you have checked your flight status, and allow plenty of time to arrive at the airport.

Ensure you have all your necessary travel documents with you, including any Visas, you may require for certain layovers, or destinations.

If you re travelling through the Northern United States, check the weather, and be prepared for any long airport delays by charging your devices and packing backup batteries.

Beforeifly’s Top 5 Christmas Market Picks!

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The sweet aroma of hot cocoa fills the air, laughter can be heard from children on the carousel, while bright light canopies give warmth to the winter sky.

Christkindlmarkt, also known as, Christmas market, brings the magic of Christmas to life in cities all over the world, with a trendy outdoor street market during the month of December.

The history of Christmas markets date back over 600 years ago to the Late Middle Ages.  Originating in Germany in 1310, the wildly popular holiday festivity has now become one of the most “Instagrammable” events in the world and an annual Christmas tradition in cities across every continent.

Christmas markets bring the fun and fantasy of the old world to the modern day.  Let’s have a look at Beforeifly’s top 5 choices!

1. Frankfurt, Germany

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Being the country of origin when it comes to Christmas markets, of course Germany had to be number one on our list!

Located in Frankfurt, this Christmas market is commonly known as one of the most beautiful markets in all of Germany, attracting both locals and travelers from around the world.

Frankfurt’s town square is transformed every year into a winter wonderland, with lots of lights, festive decorations, and traditional wooden stalls filled with Christmas-themed delicacies.

2. Toronto, Canada

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The Toronto Christmas Market made it to the number two spot on our list and was ranked one of the world’s best Christmas markets by Fodor’s Travel.

 Even with all the hustle and bustle of this huge metropolitan, Toronto manages to provide a picturesque setting right in the heart of the city.

Located in the Victorian-themed Distillery District, along cobble-stone streets, this annual event has something for the whole family.  Visitors can sip on hot seasonal beverages while shopping for locally hand-crafted gifts, and taking pictures with Instagram-worthy scenery.

3.Zagreb, Croatia

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The capital of Croatia, Zagreb, received the most prestigious award for having the best Christmas market in all of Europe for two years in a row by European Best Destinations, and is the third market on our list.

Nestled in the middle of the city, Croatia celebrates four weeks of Advent with its cultural heritage and magical scenery.

Vacationers to Croatia can take in the country’s traditions, while enjoying Christmas concerts, festive light displays, and various food specialties.

4.Strasbourg, France

The Strasbourg Christmas Market was ranked number one by CNN Travel and has made it to the number four spot on our list!

This market is in Eastern France and is considered one of the oldest Christmas markets in all of Europe, with it’s first event taking place in 1570.

Strasbourg makes last minute Christmas shopping easier with its 10 different locations, and over 300 booths, packed with gift ideas and festive decorations.

5.Brussels, Belgium

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Brussels’ Christmas Market, officially known as, “Winter Wonders,” was named one of the biggest Christmas markets in the world on The Culture Trip’s Top Ten List, and is ranked number 10 on CNN Travel’s list of the world’s best Christmas Markets.

“Winter Wonders” is considered one of the most impressive holiday markets on the European scene, which runs until New Year’s Eve.

Visitors to this market can expect to find over 200 vendors, a 200-foot-long ice rink, a Ferris wheel with over 18,000 illuminating lights, and a huge Christmas tree at the Grand-Place, towering at 22-meters.

About The Author:
Nicole Zoe Singh is the Administrative Assistant and Blog Writer at Beforeifly Travel Centre.  Nicole has a background in journalism and has written publications for Anokhi Media.  Her number one passion is writing, although she also adores everything to do with photography, fashion, and travel!

Las Vegas- Family Friendly?!

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It was 1996 and my parents decided it was finally time to take that family vacation that my sisters and I dreamed of…..HOLLYWOOD!

So, when they told us of the plans to fly into San Francisco and rent a car to drive down the PCH with stops along the way (including Hollywood & Beverly Hills!) we were SO excited! Then they threw in the fact that we would fly home from Vegas. Wait, what?! What were we, as teenagers, not of legal gambling age going to do in Las Vegas?

In the city that never sleeps, gambling is only one of the thousands of things that makes this a must destination, at any age.

From shopping in the unique boutiques, to the arcades where my sisters and I won enough tickets to bring home a karaoke machine. Every morning we would lay by the pool, take the trolley down the strip to see the free shows at Treasure Island, and then head to the aquarium before heading to the Bellagio to watch the nightly fountain display.

The 4 days that my parents spent hitting the slots and buffets, my sisters and I enjoyed the entertainment, and amazing theme park-like hotels and resorts that the city had to offer.

Fast forward 10 years later, and a tip with my husband and our best friends, the city still had that “adventurous air” about it. We rented a convertible and headed to the Grand Canyon, and this time, actually got to pull the handle on the slots! Although so much had changed, it still all seemed so familiar, as the aquarium, Treasure Island and Bellagio fountains, all became favoutrites for my husband and friends.

So, next time you envision a family vacation full of action, entertainment, and even relaxation; don’t count Vegas out!

-Maria Mavridis

An avid traveller and managing partner of Beforeifly

Heading To The Red Carpet!

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Beforeifly- A Proud Sponsor Of The Toronto International Film Festival™ is proud to announce official sponsorship of the Toronto International Film Festival™ for 2017! We will be on the red carpet, and festival street engaging attendees from all over the world!

With the latest technology in virtual reality, we will be on site in Toronto with a Virtual Reality Photo Booth™. In parntership with Metavrse, transport yourself from the red carpet to the seaside and sunshine, then take a 360-degree selfie! Courtesy of – no flight required.

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Year-round, TIFF Bell Lightbox offers screenings, lectures, discussions, festivals, workshops, industry support and the chance to meet filmmakers from Canada and around the world.

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10 Must Have Travel Gadgets

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Start planning your summer holiday with 10 of the best travel accessories for 2017, from super-sleek cabin bags to portable chargers for your travel gadgets.

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17 must have travel gadgets for your summer holidays

10 must have travel gadgets for your summer holidays

Tuesday, 6 June 2017

So you’ve found a cheap holiday deal, and all that’s left to do is pack for your travels. If you’re wondering which gadgets to take with you, we’ve got you covered. Whether you need a camera for those surf shots or a practical luggage organizer, this guide has all those fun summer essentials you’ll need.

Business travel gadgets

1. KNOMO Amesbury travel bag

Price: $380*

Best for: Frequent flyers

KNOMO’s range of luxurious but robust travel accessories for men look professional, while protecting your treasured tech from all sorts of impacts en route. Our pick: the Amesbury, which is a spectacularly tough 15” top zip laptop bag/briefcase made from full-grain leather, with a spacious main compartment and a 15.6″ shockproof rear-section. It comes in brown and black, weighs 1.31kg, and will protect your laptop from basically anything you can throw at it.

2. KNOMO boarding tote and clutch bag

Price: $430

Best for: Digital nomads

KNOMO also make practical travel accessories aimed at women. If you’re after a tech-oriented clutch bag, try the Elektronista. It doubles as a handbag and practical organiser, designed specifically to keep digital devices and cables manageable, and has an integrated battery that keeps you charged on the go. Looking for a new cabin bag? Check our reviews of the best hand luggage bags on the market.

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3. MACALLY battery pack

Price: $40

Best for: Out-of-office workers and freelancers on the go

This light, smart rechargeable battery pack comes with a Lightning/Micro USB cable for iPhone/smartphone and iPod/MP3 players, and with a 3000 mAh capacity, it’ll keep you topped up for the duration of most journeys. The cables are built into the body, meaning you won’t lose them and encounter any infuriating tangles in your hand luggage. The portable smart MBP30L is designed with a micro-controller to monitor the battery condition and over-current protection to protect you against damage to your mobile devices.

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4. PlusUs: LifeCard

Price: $70

Best for: Flashpackers

The most compact portable charger we know of, it’s as thin as a credit card, and it’ll fit comfortably into a wallet or purse, ideal for emergencies when you’ve drained your main battery pack (the standard LifeCard has a capacity of 1500 mAh). You also won’t find a better looking battery pack; the brushed stainless steel and laser welding give it a premium look and feel. It’s also available in brushed copper, mirror polish stainless steel and gold sheen.

5. Joby GorillaPod

Price: $40

Best for: Instagrammers

Camera equipment can be tricky and too heavy to carry around safely. Enter the Joby GorillaPod; it’s light, foldable, great value for money and well-designed. Its tentacle legs provide stability on rocky, uneven ground, and can even be wrapped around trees! This mini tripod is a solid solution for capturing all those incredible sunrises and sunsets on your travels, and works with most modern cameras – including DSLRs. Because it can be folded up, it makes an ideal gadget for travelling and is super easy to squirrel away in your backpack.

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6. Drone Cameras

Price: from $45 to $2,000

Best for: aspiring travel photographers and selfie experts

If you’re a keen Instagrammer, you’ll have probably seen some beautiful aerial shots from around the world. Join the club by investing in a mini drone for simple family selfies, or take a look at the Mavic Pro – DJI’s smallest consumer drone capable of 4k video. If you want to keep it light and travel-friendly, this mini drone costs less than £30, and you’ll be able to get some fun photos with it.

7. Polarizing Filters

Price: from $20

Best for: DSLR owners

Ever taken a photo and have it completely ruined by over exposure? Polarizing lenses offer a quick fix for it. They work in the same way as polarized sunglasses, only allowing in some lens flares, darkening skies and darkening the exposure. Our tip: Make sure you buy one that fits your lens if you’re buying for your DSLR.

8. GoPro Hero5

Price: from $599.99

Best for: adrenaline junkies

If you’re a keen rapids rider, mountain climber or diver, an underwater camera can turn your memories into amazing photos and video. If you buy the Hero5, you’ll be able to transfer your photos onto your phone wirelessly. Yep, that means they can go straight on Facebook.

9. Rashguard by Cynthia Rowley

Price: $100-$300

Best for: Surfer chicks

Cynthia Rowley has a stylish range of swim and surf wear, and as far as cool travel accessories go, this has got to be one of the funkiest ways of protecting your skin from the sun and the ravages of leaning your forearms for too long on your body-board. It’s made of Nylon/Spandex, with an SPF 50+, comes in a variety of colourful prints and doubles as a base layer for your wetsuit. Put it to practise on the swells of the Gold Coast, Australia.

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10. Samsonite digital luggage scales and torch

Price: $38 (excluding batteries)

Best for: People who really can’t travel light

Especially useful for longer trips, when you may have accumulated a few souvenirs along the way (or been hit by an impulsive shopping spree in New York). Samsonite’s digital luggage scale will track your added weight and stop you being hit by unexpected baggage fees. It’s a practical and well designed tool that comes with useful extras – the 80cm tape measure and a built-in torch. Maximum capacity: 40kg. Really can’t deal with packing light? Maybe it’s time you checked out this wearable luggage.

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They’re Just Doing Their Job

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Even before I became a travel agent, I was an avid traveler. Growing up, my family’s mission was to do at least one family trip a year. Whether it involved getting onto an airplane or loading into the family Chevy Lumina Mini Van, the trip was taken.

So, when I read about how “horrible” customer service is on a particular airline, I try and read through the entire posting (on social media) or article (blog or paper) and try to understand what initially upset the customer, unless of course they were just born miserable.

Usually it is a case of misunderstanding. Most travelers that complain, take it out on the front line workers. As they would do to a waiter or waitress, retail cashier, or in this case the flight attendants and ticketing agents.

Prior to writing this, I googled™ horrible flight stories and cam across an interesting blog page and although I must say some of the stories have a fun “venting” tone to them others were, well, born that way.

When a flight is delayed or cancelled due to weather, it can put a damper (see what I did there) on things, but it is in your best interest (staying alive) that the airlines do this. It is not the Flight Attendants fault, or the ticketing agent, and you are not the only person in the world who is being put out by this, so take a deep breath and be polite because trust me, they will work with you to find a solution. This happened on a recent trip for me with my husband and daughter, leaving Palm Springs and heading back to Canada. The airplane had a mechanical issue, so it was cancelled. We stood in line for almost 3 hours waiting for our turn at the front with the agent. The following evening was the earliest he could get us out and would mean a very long layover in Denver, as they try to accommodate everyone else on the same flight. We offered to take a taxi from Palm Springs to LAX, where we know there were more flights leaving from a larger airport, and he smiled while he handed us a voucher for the 2 hour taxi ride. He rescheduled us on an Air Canada Flight leaving the next morning direct to Toronto, and gave us some meal vouchers as well. We politely thanked him and made our way to LAX. When we got to the airport, we approached an agent and explained that our flight left the next morning and she booked us a room at the airport hotel for the evening, and I asked if she had any meal vouchers, to which she smiled and gave us some more vouchers for breakfast.

We were inconvenienced by a day, but it wasn’t the end of the world. My 4 year old was tired, but not cranky because she fed off our tone of “well these things happen” and enjoyed the chocolate chip pancakes she had for breakfast.

Don’t get me wrong, I have encountered my fare share of miserable flight attendants and ticketing agents, and sometimes even being polite, patient and smiling doesn’t win them over, but I have been on their side of the line when I worked retail, when I served tables and now as a travel agent. Getting yelled at by 30 customers, and then you get that ONE that is understanding and patient, changes the remainder of the day!

HOT Destinations

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Looking for a bit of winter sun? The Caribbean’s a popular spot for sun seekers, but there are many other options for those who want to experience more than just a lazy day on the beach!

Over The Water

Top 10 holiday destinations in January

Country City Average temperature in January
Brazil Rio de Janeiro 30°C / 86°F
Mexico Cancun 30°C / 86°F
Barbados Central Barbados 29°C / 84°F
Thailand Phuket 27°C / 78°F
Australia Sydney 27°C / 78°F
South Africa Cape Town 27°C / 78°F
Cape Verde Santa Maria 25°C / 77°F
Canary Islands Tenerife 21°C / 70°F
Canary Islands Lanzarote 20°C / 68°F
United Arab Emirates Dubai 19°C / 66°F

Top 10 holiday destinations in February

Country City Average temperature in February
Thailand Koh Samui 28°C / 83°F
Maldives Island 28°C / 83°F
Gambia Banjul 26°C / 81°F
Jamaica Kingston 26°C / 82°F
Cape Verde Santa Maria 25°C / 77°F
United Arab Emirates Dubai 25°C / 77°F
America Florida 23°C / 74°F
Mexico Cancun 23°C / 74°F
Canary Islands Lanzarote 18°C / 64°F
Canary Islands Tenerife 17°C / 62°F

Top 10 holiday destinations-March

Country City Average temperature March
Mexico Cancun 34°C / 94°F
Thailand Phuket 33°C / 92°F
Barbados Bridgetown 29°C / 85°F
Dominican Republic Santo Domingo 29°C / 85°F
Cuba Havana 27°C / 81°F
Cape Verde Praia 26°C / 79°F
Canary Islands Fuerteventura 25°C / 77°F
Canary Islands Tenerife 25°C / 77°F
Morocco Marrakech 17°C / 63°F
Malta Gozo 15°C / 59°F

Top 10 holiday destinations-April

Country City Average temperature April
Mexico Cancun 37°C / 99°F
USA Orlando 28°C / 83°F
Egypt Cairo 38°C / 83°F
Morocco Marrakech 26°C / 82°F
America Las Vegas 26°C / 82°F
Canary Islands Lanzarote 24°C / 76°F
Turkey Bodrum 22°C / 72°F
Greece Kos 22°C / 72°F
Spain Barcelona 22°C / 72°F
Portugal Albufeira 20°C / 68°F

Top 10 holiday destinations -May

Country City Average temperature May
Mexico Cancun 38°C / 100°F
Thailand Bangkok 35°C / 95°F
Singapore Central Singapore 32°C / 90°F
Thailand Phuket 32°C / 90°F
Egypt Cairo 26°C / 82°F
USA Las Vegas 32°C / 90°F
Caribbean Dominican Republic 31°C / 88°F
Caribbean Barbados 30°C / 86°F
Cuba Havana 30°C / 86°F

Top 10 holiday destinations-June

Country City Average temperature June
Maldives Male 28°C / 82°F
Mexico Riviera Maya 28°C / 82°F
Turkey Antalya 25°C / 77°F
USA Orlando/td> 27°C / 80°F
Greece Kos 24°C / 75°F
Greece Paphos 24°C / 75°F
Balearic Island Majorca 22°C / 71°F
Spain Costa Del Sol 22°C / 71°F
Canary Islands Tenerife 21°C / 69°F

Escape The Winter Blues by jetting off near or far!


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Travel Tips On A Budget

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Don’t Schedule During Peak Times

If you’re looking for someplace warm to go during the winter, chances are you’re not the only one. This high demand can drive up airfare and hotel prices, but can also mean that companies offer better rates for bulk! With that in mind, you can save a bundle by scheduling your trip for the off season–spring and fall are usually best. Depending on the region that is considered off-seasons. For example, Mexico, if you schedule your trip for the summer rates may be lower. For Europe, schedule your flight some time between Thanksgiving and Easter when most tourists opt to stay home.

Consider Packing Carry-On Baggage Only

It’s no secret baggage fees generate plenty of revenue for budget airlines. It takes some discipline but travelling with carry on baggage only is a definite way to save lots of money travelling. Check out our tips on packing light and what necessities are needed in our other blog.

Find a Cheap Flight

If air travel is a must–perhaps you’re going somewhere across the pond–there are a few cost-effective options you should consider. There are a variety of search engines available online that allow you to compare airfare in an attempt to find the cheapest flight possible. If you’re willing to be patient and flexible with your travel plans, flying standby or giving up your seat on an overbooked flight is also a great way to save money. Most airlines offer you cash or a voucher for future travel if you opt to offer up your seat on an overbooked flight.

Book Flights With Layovers For Cheaper Flights

Search engines are getting better at providing lots of custom options for flights. Direct flights might be the most convenient, but are also the most expensive more often than not. Look for flights with layovers on and you may find yourself saving hundreds of dollars when they mix and match airlines for each route of travel!

Bring Your Own Snacks For The Airport/Airplane

Airports might have duty free, but restaurants, whether sit down or quick order are often expensive at airports. With water not being allowed through customs prior to security check point, bring a refillable bottle and fill up once you get through security. Food can be brought through (vegetables and fruits exempt in some countries) so be sure to pack a few snacks.

Pack Snacks For Your Days Adventure

During long days of sightseeing, snacks help fuel your energy as well as hold your appetite until dinner.