Just like you can be good at traveling (an expert at airport security, or finding the best deals on hotel rooms, for instance), you can also be good at experiencing travel. At Manifest, we take care of all the travel details so you can focus on strengthening your skills in how you experience it. Check out these articles for more tips on how you can experience travel well.
YOUR Experience, and No One Else’s “They say that one man’s trash is another man’s treasure — well the same can be applied to places and peoples.” This Medium author discusses the truth about travel, that you have to make up your mind about what your experience will be, because it will be no one else’s.
No Passport Required Conde Nast Traveler offers up the 50 best places to visit in the United States — one in each state — for those travelers looking to check each one of their list. Even still, these beautiful and diverse locations barely scrape the surface of what our country has to offer.
Our first member event was a smash success, and we thank our fathers by creating memorable experiences together. This week at Manifest, we are celebrating travel!
Manifest’s First Member Event Our first event was quite the success! We were thrilled to share Manifest’s mission of meaningful, experiential travel with so many people in Denver. Of course, thank you to our keynote speaker Joshua Berman for his discussion of how we can find amazing experiences even in our own backyard. We’re not slowing down on this momentum! If you weren’t able to make it or are hoping to join us soon, stay tuned!
Happy Father’s Day! From all of us at Manifest, we wished a happy Father’s Day to all the dads out there! What better way to celebrate than with a meaningful and memorable experience together? These five trip ideas from the Discoverer Blog are a great place to start!
Did you know that not only are there smarter ways to travel, travel can also make you smarter? At Manifest, we offer our expertise to accomplish both of those goals, helping you expand your horizons without the hassle. Check out these short reads below for more ideas and tips on how to make the most out of your next trip, even if it’s just across town.
The Science of Travel
Did you know there is a science to travel? These nine tips from the Discoverer Blog are proven to help you enjoy your next adventure more. We especially like the last one: “People who buy experiences are happier.”
Travel, even if it’s just across town, can improve our mental flexibility and communication, making us smarter while exposing us to new ideas and ways of thinking. This Medium author explains how the act of travel–physically moving from one place to another–is necessary for our intellectual growth.
As we travel around the country, it’s important to remember the impact of that travel, on ourselves and the places we’re visiting. These articles address how we can be sure our experiences will be both positive and meaningful.
Never Too Busy
We’re all busy, but if we’re honest, we’re only “too busy” to do the things we don’t actually want to do according to The Ascent. Travel shouldn’t ever be something we’re too busy to do, but that means it needs to be worthwhile, interesting and hassle-free.
Be A Good Traveler
As overtourism becomes more of an issue, it’s important to remember a few key tips to not only help preserve and protect the beautiful places we love visiting, but also to have a more enjoyable and authentic experience. This article from the Associated Press outlines the four best ways to be a good traveler.