Planning for your next big adventure can be daunting stuff.

What do you pack? What vaccinations do you need? What's the best insurance policy?

We don't have all the answers, but we certainly have a few.

Below you'll find all sorts of articles, covering all sorts of topics, but they all have one thing in common - helping you to plan before you get on that plane, so you can focus on having the best time possible.

where to stay on the road

Whether you're off to Europe for a long weekend, or backpacking around the world for 18 months, there are a world of accommodation options out there for you. We have slept in hammocks on the beach, gone glamping in a converted van, rented out entire houses on AirBnB, housesat in swanky neighbourhoods and tolerated dorm beds in party hostels. 

Using our guides below, we're sure that you can find the best sort of fit, and mattress, for you whilst you're on the road.

Prefer your own space? why not check out AirBnB.

Click on the link for £25 / $40 off your first booking!

money matters

When it comes to travel, one thing's for certain - you're gonna need some funds!

We travelled Latin America for two years on a budget of just £15 / $22 each per day, so we know a thing or two about how to make money stretch whilst still having a brilliant adventure.

Check out the articles to below for our tips on how to save for your next adventure, and how to make that money last after your plane touches down.

the practical side of travelling

Gallivanting across the world isn't all fun and games (well, at least not ALL the time!).

Things such as travel insurance, vaccinations and getting your paperwork in order are all vital elements that need to be sorted before you even think of packing your bags.

So that you can spend more time on the fun stuff, below you'll find lots of guides to make the boring bits a little easier.

packing lists and tips

After more than two years of continual travel, you'd think that we'd have this whole packing thing down, wouldn't you? Sure one of us is significantly better than the other (can you guess which?) but knowing exactly what to take can be a little tricky, especially if planning a long trip.

We can't guarantee that you won't need to sit on your suitcase to get it to close, but the articles below might just give you a few tips on what you can leave behind and what you simple have to have with you.