Travel hacks from Cover-More Travel Insurance to make planning your trip a little easier. We’ve been around the globe and back again to bring you the smartest travel tips on travel planning.

It’s easy to ditch the diet when travelling. We have a few tips for the next time you find yourself reaching for fried foods and would prefer a healthier choice.

Your veterinarian may be more in tune with what’s best for your pets health than you are, and they can offer an unbiased opinion. A veterinary examination is usually a pre-requisite to travel with a pet, so bring them in regardless of what you plan to do while away and get their advice. If your veterinarian thinks your pet is suited for travel, they may be able to prescribe a sedative or tranquilizer to help the trip go smoother.

If you are planning to rent a caravan to holiday around Australia, take a look at our comprehensive guide for renting caravans and campervans. Studies show that camping makes you happy. From chooing the right vehicle to practical tips for sharing close quarters, turn to Cover-More for top tips on taking a caravanning holiday.

I've done a lot of traveling in my 33yrs walking the earth, sometimes for work others for pleasure. As smart phones get better, Internet more accessible and app's growing every minute I've noticed a trend beginning to grow amongst the backpacking community.

Depending on your travel time, plane travel can be an exhausting and at times, the least favourite part of your holiday. So for long haul flights, here are a few tips to help you get a good night’s rest, ready to hit the ground running when you land.


This week we hear from Sarah who has given us her top 10 tips for travel packing. Packing can potentially be the most annoying part of any holiday, but with a couple of simple tricks and some common sense advice it can easily become part of the fun.

We’ve taught you how to deal with culture shock in a new culture, but what happens when the roles flip? Reverse culture shock can be just as challenging to overcome as traditional culture shock – except you can’t just pick up and leave if you don’t like it. If you find yourself shocked by coming home, try these tips for coming with reverse culture shock.

More than 1.8 million Australians choose Cover-More every year – so it’s safe to say we have seen our fair share of weird travel stories. Here are a few testimonials that made us worry about the world around us.

Convincing your parents to fund that gap year won't be quite as difficult when you show them this list. The benefits of gap year are too many to count, but we've outlined the best below. Share, learn and travel, globe-trotters.