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Welcome to Guarantee Travel Group’s official blog, your dependable travel agency, and MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conferences, and Exhibitions) provider. We’re excited to take you on a journey through the world of travel, offering our knowledge, insights, and ideas to make your trips unique.

Local yearly or seasonal celebrations/festivals, quintessential local experiences, top historical places in a destination, cultural information, or a local museum guide are examples of this.

Consider what people look for often, and you’ll find a plethora of options: “Things to do in Berlin in spring,” “5 sauna rules for Finland,” “Guide to El Born Neighborhood in Barcelona,” and so on. A small amount of work invested in developing evergreen blog pieces will benefit your business for years to come.

1- How to Prepare for a Trip: Packing lists, book recommendations, advice on exchanging local currency, public transportation techniques, and anything else you believe passengers might need to know will alleviate a lot of pre-trip anxiety.

For inspiration, check out:
5 Books to Read Before Visiting Madrid” by Devour Food Tours.

2- Avoiding tourist traps: You are uniquely aware of local tourist traps! Just as important as telling your readers what to do is
informing them what they can afford to overlook.

For inspiration, check out:
Why You Should Avoid El Mercado de San Juan” by Eat Like a Local in Mexico City

3- Special events: If you hear about a special event coming to town (anything from a traveling exhibition to a marathon or
tournament, a music or cuisine festival, or a Friend’s fest! ), why not create a post about it? These are excellent occasions to demonstrate that you are always up to date on what’s going on in town. Even locals may learn about these events through your posts and share them.

4- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs): Take inspiration from the daily queries you receive — they are excellent blog post topics! “Where should I stay in your city?” “Where can I get an awesome view?” “I have 24 hours in X — what should I do?” Spend some time developing blog entries to answer these questions so that when you’re asked again, you can simply respond with the link to your blog post!

For inspiration, check out:
What to Pack for a Visit to Ireland in Springtime” by Wild Rover Tours
Where to Stay in Madrid with Kids” by Devour Food Tours

5- Exotic trip: There is no shortage of topics to write about, even if they are unrelated to your tours. Gluten-free guides, vegan guides, family-friendly itineraries in your area, LGBTQ- and eco-friendly companies in town are just a few examples of what
individuals may look for while visiting a new place. You can be the one to inform them of what’s available!

For inspiration, check out:
6 Corporate Team Building Ideas that are Actually Fun” by Austin Bike Tours and Rentals
What it’s Like to Travel in Malaysia During Ramadan” by Intrepid Travel

6- Additional neighboring activities: Active visitors may be looking for a variety of activities to do in the location they’re visiting. Simply proposing local day outings or promoting other firms that offer activities or tours that are totally different from yours will help you a lot. A visitor to Costa Rica may experience ziplining, surfing, and trekking all in one vacation! These types of blogs are not only beneficial to your readers and customers, but they may also assist you in developing or maintaining relationships with others in the business.

For inspiration, check out:
11 Ireland Travel Blogs to Follow” by Wild Rover Tours

7- Local Customs and Etiquette: Most of us want to be respectful wherever we go on a daily basis. Things can be difficult on vacation, with varied conventions and etiquettes to consider, some of which are not so evident. That is why it is a good idea to educate your readers on the items in your destination, guaranteeing they have a pleasant and respectful visit. As the popular
expression goes, “When in Rome…”

For inspiration, check out:
Top 7 Etiquette Tips For Travel in Japan” by The Real Japan

8- Travel Safety Tips: Most travelers are understandably concerned about their safety. As a result, providing information on how to keep safe while traveling, such as avoiding local scams, pickpocketing hotspots, or safe neighborhoods for lone travelers, is a terrific way to demonstrate that you know your local area well and care about visitors’ well-being.

For inspiration, check out:
Keep Guests & Guides Safe” by Tourism Tiger

9- Gluten-Free Blogs: You almost certainly know someone who follows (or has tried to follow) a gluten-free diet. Gluten-free
cuisine was the domain of gluten-free blogs for a long time, and gluten-free food bloggers were writing about the topic long before cookbooks hit the shelves, foods began to appear on menus, and firms entered the gluten-free market.

* By Laura Strange:
Since I first set off on a round-the-world trip 18 years ago, travel has been one of my passions. Many of us love exploring the world around us and we are lucky to be alive at a time when previously inaccessible parts of the globe are a mere flight away.

Gluten free travel is part of my life. And even my daughter had visited 12 countries by the time she was 6 months old. The one tricky part of traveling…being coeliac and needing to stick to a strict gluten free diet. Yes, it requires more effort and planning but nowhere is out of reach for the intrepid coeliac traveler! Do not let gluten free hold you back, I certainly never have.

Gluten free travel is completely doable and just takes a little extra planning. If you need some encouraging words of advice or top gluten free tips, see my gluten free travel guides for various international destinations.

* Elana Amsterdam:
the author of three books, all GF-friendly – Gluten-Free Cupcakes, The Gluten-Free Almond Flour Cookbook, and Paleo Cooking from Elana’s Pantry. Her recipes are targeted towards those with food allergies, and she offers simple dishes that are grain-free, gluten-free, nut-free, and more.

* The Scoop:
– Yum Universe blogger Heather Crosby offers plant-inspired, gluten-free recipes – over 400 of them, in fact! In addition to her blog, Crosby has two cookbooks and launched the amazing Gluten-Free Baking Academy, which teaches you the secrets to
gluten-free baking.

– Gluten-free Goddess blogger Karina discovered she was gluten intolerant in late 2001 and has been cooking and baking
gluten-free ever since. You’ll find a ton of great recipes on her site.

10- Budget Travel: Every traveler has a varied holiday budget, and younger visitors, in particular, are on a tighter budget than others. You can appeal to backpackers and budget-conscious travelers by providing recommendations for enjoying your
destination on a budget, such as free attractions, affordable hotels, or cheap food.

For inspiration, check out:
Budget London” by Visit London.