How to Detect Fake Travel Reviews
Travel reviews might guide your decision on your next hotel booking or excursion, but you may come across fake reviews that could steer you wrong. Here are some tips to spot fabricated reviews before booking your next vacation.
At 81, Adventurous BFFs Traveled the World in 80 Days
Ellie Hamby and Sandy Hazelip became travel buddies after their husbands passed away. In 2023, they set out to visit all seven continents.
This Gen Xer Built an ‘80s Arcade in His Basement
Scott Leftwich wants to help us recapture that joy with Wieners and Losers, an '80s-style arcade he built in his basement, featuring over 133 games! He even added an '80s-themed Airbnb upstairs with décor and access to every game console ever made.
92-Year-Old Takes On Epic National Park Adventure
Joy Ryan and her grandson Brad have been rebuilding their relationship while on a seven-year quest to visit all 63 U.S. national parks.
4 Ways to Protect Personal Data When Traveling
If you’re one of the millions of Americans hitting the roads and airports, here are some tips to help you keep your personal data out of the hands of scammers while you travel. For more travel tips, go to aarp.org/travel.
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360 3D Virtual Travel 4K, Hi-res, Full Series in Alcove VR on Quest
Beware of Fake Trusted Traveler Programs
If you’re interested in registering for or updating your TSA PreCheck or Global Entry program, beware. Scammers can mine these “trusted traveler” programs for personal information like your Social Security number and birth date.
Watch Out for REAL ID Scams
The deadline for the public to get the federal REAL ID has been extended to May 2023. This gives criminals plenty of time to create REAL ID scams to grab your personal data. Here are some scams to watch out for.
3 Scams to Avoid When Booking Travel
Scammers are looking to take advantage of people as they prepare to take to the skies and the roads. Here are three travel-related scams to watch out for.
3 Fun and Safe Fall Activities
You can still enjoy quality time with the family this autumn. Visiting a pumpkin patch, baking apple pie and taking a hike or drive to view changing leaves can all be safe if you follow CDC guidelines.
How to Stay Safe From Coronavirus on a Road Trip
COVID-19 makes traveling tricky. If you plan on going out of town to visit family, follow these safety tips to cut down on risk.
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