Traveling to the unspoiled wilderness of Africa for a safari is a once-in-a-lifetime trip for many.  Unlike most vacations though, safaris require specific clothing.  To help you prepare, we have put together a packing guide so you will be comfortable and appropriately dressed in the bush.

The Huffington Post has discovered an app that allows travelers to skip the customs line for free.  The app is cheaper, easier and about as fast — if not faster — than the Global Entry alternative.

Each month we explore some hidden gems of the cities we visit in our "Odysseys Hidden Gems" blog series.  This post focuses on the alluring art of flamenco dancing and the authentic Casa Patas tablao located in the heart of Madrid.

U.S. News & World Report has created a helpful guide regarding what to do if you lose your passport while traveling. Follow these steps to easily remedy a stressful situation.

One of the best parts of traveling to different parts of the world is capturing those places through photography. With these quick tips, you'll be on your way to taking travel photos worthy of display.

Your United States passport allows you to travel anywhere in the world—provided it’s up to date and has enough pages free. Learn about when (and why) to renew your passport.

The New York Times has put together a list of their top 52 destinations of 2016. Did your favorite destination make the cut?

This is the first in a series of blog posts where we’ll explore some hidden gems of the cities we visit. Everyone wants to see the major attractions, but it’s often the smaller, city-specific experiences which become some of our most treasured travel memories. Go off the beaten path with Odysseys’ Hidden Gems.

Travel. One word that conjures up so many images. It's an opportunity to meet new people, explore new places, and learn about almost anything - including ourselves. Welcome to the Odysseys Unlimited blog, where we'll give you an overview of some of our favorite destinations and some hints and tips to help improve your travel experience.

Because there is no standardized international electric voltage, you can't simply step off the plane in a foreign country and plug in your devices. Here we present an overview of what you should know about electricity conversion when traveling abroad.