How to Say Goodbye in Several Different Languages

There are many ways to say goodbye — more than there are languages to utter it, even. But saying goodbye is a fundamental part of most languages, one that new learners pick up quickly. Whether you’re a roamer hoping to pick up slang for your next trip, or a dreamer filling your fantasies with sights and sounds, this tutorial should be of help. Read on to find out how to say “goodbye” in several different languages.

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How to Say Goodbye in Several Different Languages
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Method 1 of 8: Saying Goodbye in Romance Languages Download Article

How to Say Goodbye in Several Different Languages

Say “goodbye” in Spanish. Spanish is the most-spoken Romance language in the world today, with upwards of 400 million speakers worldwide. It is spoken in Spain and across Central and South America.

  • “Hasta la Vista.”
    • Meaning: “See you later.”
    • Pronunciation: Asta-la-VEE-sta
  • “Despedida.”
    • Meaning: “Farewell.”
    • Pronunciation: Des-peh-DEE-dah
  • “Adios.”
    • Meaning: “Goodbye.”
    • Pronunciation(s): ah-THYOHS (European Spanish); ah/DIOHS (Spanish of the Americas)
  • “Te veo despues.”
    • Meaning: “I’ll see you later.”
    • Pronunciation: day-VAY-o-des-pwace
  • “”Cuidate.””
    • Meaning: “Take care of yourself.”
    • Pronunciation: KUI-da-TAY

How to Say Goodbye in Several Different Languages

Say “goodbye” in Portuguese. Portuguese is the official language of Portugal, Brazil, Mozambique, Angola, Cape Verde, Guinea-Bissau, and São Tomé and Príncipe among others. It has an estimated 250 million speakers worldwide, with 182 million speakers in Brazil alone.

  • “Adeus”
    • Meaning: “Goodbye”
    • Pronunciation: Ah-deh-ooSH
  • “Adeus
    • Meaning: May you go with God’s blessing.
  • “Tchau” is an informal way to say Goodbye and reserved to very close friends, it’s considered Slang
    • Meaning: “Bye” or “Ciao”
    • Pronunciation: CHOW
  • “Até Logo”
    • Meaning: “See you later”
    • Pronunciation: Ah-TaY-Loh-GOO
  • “Até amanhã”
    • Meaning: “Until tomorrow” yo man
    • Pronunciation: ah-TAY-ah-ma-NYANG

How to Say Goodbye in Several Different Languages

Say “goodbye” in French. French is the official language in 29 countries. People speak it in regions in Canada, across much of central Europe, and even in Africa. It is estimated that there are 113 million native French speakers in the world, and approximately 170 million who either speak it as a second language or are currently learning to speak it.

  • “Adieu”
    • Meaning: “Farewell”
    • Pronunciation: ah-DYØH
  • “Au Revoir”
    • Meaning: “Goodbye”
    • Pronunciation: oh-VWAHR
  • “À bientôt”
    • Meaning: “See you soon
    • Pronunciation: ah-bee-EN-toe
  • “À demain”
    • Meaning: “See you tomorrow”
    • Pronunciation: ah-DE-mah

How to Say Goodbye in Several Different Languages

Say “goodbye” in Italian. Italian is closely descended from Latin. It is spoken in Italy, Switzerland, San Marino, and the Vatican City, as well as across the world by minorities. Many people who speak Italian are bilingual, meaning they speak other languages in addition to Italian. There are approximately 85 million Italian speakers worldwide.

  • “Arrivederci”
    • Meaning: “Goodbye”
    • Pronunciation: ahr-REE-va-DER-chee
  • “Addio”
    • Meaning: “Bye”
    • Pronunciation: ahd-DEEH-oh
  • “Ciao”
    • Meaning: “Bye”
    • Pronunciation: CHOW
  • “Buona sera”
    • Meaning: “Good evening”
    • Pronunciation: BWOH-nah-SEH-rah
  • “Buona Notte”
    • Meaning “Good Night”
    • Pronunciation BWOH-nah-NO-tay

How to Say Goodbye in Several Different Languages

Say “goodbye” in Romanian. The Romanian language is primarily spoken in Romania and Moldova, with approximately 24 million speakers worldwide. Although it descended from Vulgar Latin, Romanian was influenced by Slavic and Greek languages in the Middle Ages.

  • “La revedere”
    • Meaning: “Goodbye”
    • Pronunciation: LA-re-ve-DEH-re
  • “Rămas bun”
    • Meaning: “Farewell”
    • Pronunciation: RAH-mas-boon
  • “Pa”
    • Meaning: “Bye”
    • Pronunciation: PA

Method 2 of 8: Saying Goodbye in Germanic Languages Download Article

How to Say Goodbye in Several Different Languages

Say “goodbye” in German. German is the most widely spoken language in the European Union. In fact, modern English is descended from the West Germanic language. Today, more than 100 million native speakers of German exist, in countries ranging from Germany and Switzerland to Namibia.

  • “Auf Wiedersehen”
    • Meaning: “Goodbye”
    • Pronunciation: owf-VEE-der-zayn
  • “Bis dann”
    • Meaning: “Until then”
    • Pronunciation: BISS-dun
  • “Bis bald”
    • Meaning: “Until soon”
    • Pronunciation: BISS-balt
  • “Bis später”
    • Meaning: “Until later”
    • Pronunciation: bis-SHPAY-ta
  • “Tschüss”
    • Meaning: “Bye”
    • Pronunciation: CHÜSS
  • “Tschau”
    • Meaning: “Bye”
    • Pronunciation: CHOW
  • “Ade”
    • Meaning: “Bye”
    • Pronunciation: ah-DAY

How to Say Goodbye in Several Different Languages

Say “goodbye” in Dutch. Dutch is spoken as the native language in the Netherlands, and by majority populations in Belgium and Suriname. It is spoken as a first language by over 20 million people worldwide, and has a recognizable connection to both Afrikaans and English.

  • “Tot ziens”
    • Meaning: “Goodbye”
    • Pronunciation: tut-ZEENS
  • “Dag”
    • Meaning: “Goodbye”
    • Pronunciation: DACH
  • “Doei”
    • Meaning: “Bye”
    • Pronunciation: DOO-EY

How to Say Goodbye in Several Different Languages

Say “goodbye” in Swedish. A descendant of Old Norse, Swedish is spoken in Sweden and in parts of Finland. Swedish, Norwegian, and Danish are mutually intelligible, meaning that speakers of one can understand speakers of another, even if they don’t understand the language. There are roughly 10 million native Swedish speakers worldwide.

  • “Hejdå”
    • Meaning: “Bye”
    • Pronunciation: HEY-doh
  • “Adjö” (adieu)
    • Meaning: “Goodbye”
    • Pronunciation: ah-YEU
  • “Adjöss”
    • Meaning: “So long”
    • Pronunciation: ah-YEUSS
  • “Vi ses”
    • Meaning: “See you”
    • Pronunciation: vee-SAISS
  • “Ha det så bra”
    • Meaning: “Take care”
    • Pronunciation: HA-de-se-BRA

How to Say Goodbye in Several Different Languages

Say “goodbye” in Danish. Danish is spoken in the homeland of Denmark, as well as in parts of northern Germany and in parts of Greenland. Danish is spoken by roughly six million people.

  • “Farvel”
    • Meaning: “Goodbye”
    • Pronunciation: fa-VEL
  • “Vi ses”
    • Meaning: “See you”
    • Pronunciation: VEE-saiss
  • “Hej hej”
    • Meaning: “Bye”
    • Pronunciation: hey-hey

How to Say Goodbye in Several Different Languages

Say “goodbye” in Norwegian. Native language to nearly five million people, Norwegian is spoken mainly in Norway, although it is understood by Swedes and Danes. Written Norwegian is broken up into two forms — “Bokmål” (meaning “book tongue”) and “Nynorsk” (literally “new Norwegian”).

  • “Farvel”
    • Meaning: “Farewell”
    • Pronunciation: FAR-vel
  • “Ha det bra”
    • Meaning: “Goodbye”
    • Pronunciation: Ha-de-BRA
  • “Hade”
    • Meaning: “Bye”
    • Pronunciation: HA-day
  • “vi snakkes”
    • Meaning: “Talk to you later”
    • Pronunciation: VEE-snuck-es

How to Say Goodbye in Several Different Languages

Say “goodbye” in Afrikaans. The official language of South Africa, Afrikaans, developed as Dutch settlers and indigenous African mixed languages beginning in the 17th century. Today, an estimated 15 to 23 million people call Afrikaans their mother tongue.

  • “Totsiens”
    • Meaning: “Goodbye”
    • Pronunciation: TOTE-seens
  • “Tot weersiens” (informal)
    • Meaning: “So long”
    • Pronunciation: TOTE-veer-seens
  • “Tot wederom” (informal)
    • Meaning: “See you again soon”
    • Pronunciation: TOTE-VAY-der-OM
  • “Wederdom” (informal)
    • Meaning: “(See you) again”
    • Pronunciation: VAY-der-OM
  • “Koebaai”
    • Meaning: “Goodbye” (informal; derived from English “Goodbye”)
    • Pronunciation: ko-BAI
  • “Ghoebaai”
    • Meaning: “Goodbye” (derived from English “Goodbye”)
    • Pronunciation: go-BAI
  • “Baai”
    • Meaning: “Bye” (informal; derived from English “Bye”)
    • Pronunciation: bai
  • “Arriewarie”
    • Meaning: “Goodbye” (informal; folk etymology from “Au revoir”)
    • Pronunciation: [not found][citation needed]
  • “Vaarwel” (formal)
    • Meaning: “Farewell”
    • Pronunciation: far-VEL

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How to Say Goodbye in Several Different Languages

Say “goodbye” in Russian. The Russian language, the official language of Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, and others, is the 8th most widely spoken language in the world. Although it can be rendered in the Latin alphabet, it is commonly written in Cyrillic.

  • “Do svidaniya” / “До Свидания”
    • Meaning: “Goodbye” (lit.: “Until the next time we meet”)
    • Pronunciation: Do-sve-DAN-ya
  • “Poka” / “Пока”
    • Meaning: “Bye”
    • Pronunciation: pa-KA
  • “Do vstrechi” / “До Встречи”
    • Meaning: “Until we meet again”
    • Pronunciation: DO-vtr-ETCHY
  • “Udachi” / “Удачи”
    • Meaning: “Good luck”
    • Pronunciation: oo-DA-chee

How to Say Goodbye in Several Different Languages

Say “goodbye” in Polish. Polish is the second most widely-spoken Slavic language, behind Russian. There are an estimated 40+ million Polish speakers around the world. Polish is written according to the Polish alphabet.

  • “Do zobaczenia”
    • Meaning: “See you”
    • Pronunciation: doh-zoh-bah-CHAN-ya
  • “Żegnaj”
    • Meaning: “Goodbye”
    • Pronunciation: dzen-NAI (the “dz” sound is the same sound as the “si” in “vision”)

How to Say Goodbye in Several Different Languages

Say “goodbye” in Croatian. Croatian, also called hrvatski jezik, is spoken in Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Serbian province of Vojvodina. There are roughly 5 to 7 million Croatian speakers woldwide.

  • “Doviđenja”
    • Meaning: “Goodbye” (as in Russian, literally means “until we see again”)
    • Pronunciation: doh-vee-JEN-ya
  • “Bog”
    • Meaning: “God” (literally means “God”, but can be pronounced “bok,” so it is differentiated from the word “God”)
    • Pronunciation: BOK
  • “Ćao”
    • Meaning: “Ciao” (primarily used in Coastal Croatia, because of it location very close to Italy, where you would say “Ciao” and the pronunciation of Ciao and Ćao are similar, if not the same)
    • Pronunciation: CHOW
  • “Idi s Bogom”
    • Meaning: “Go with God”
    • Pronunciation: ee-Dee’s Boh-gom

How to Say Goodbye in Several Different Languages

Say “goodbye” in Czech. Commonly known as Bohemian before the 20th century, Czech is spoken by over 10 million native speakers. In Czech, as in some other Slavik languages, there are many words that don’t contain a vowel.

  • “Sbohem”
    • Meaning: “Goodbye”
    • Pronunciation: “sbo-HEM”
  • “Na shledanou”
    • Meaning: “Goodbye”
    • Pronunciation: “nah-SKLE-dan-oh”
  • “Ahoj”
    • Meaning: “See you”
    • Pronunciation: “a-HOY”

How to Say Goodbye in Several Different Languages

Say “goodbye” in Slovene. Spoken by roughly 2.5 million people as a mother tongue, Slovene is the language of the people of Slovenia.

  • “Nasvidenje”
    • Meaning: “Goodbye”
    • Pronunciation: nas-VEE-dan-yeh
  • “Adijo”
    • Meaning: “Bye”
    • Pronunciation: ah-DEE-oh
  • “Čav”
    • Meaning: “Ciao”
    • Pronunciation: CHAHV

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How to Say Goodbye in Several Different Languages

Say “goodbye” in Japanese.

  • “Sayōnara” / “さようなら”
    • Meaning: “Goodbye”
    • Pronunciation: sai-OH-nar-ah
  • “Jā ne” / “じゃあね”
    • Meaning: “See you” (informal)
    • Pronunciation: JAH-neh
  • “Jā mata ne” / “じゃあまたね”
    • Meaning: “See you again”
    • Pronunciation: JAH-ma-ta-neh
  • “Oyasuminasai” / “おやすみなさい”
    • Meaning: “Good night” (say only when it is late at night)
    • Pronunciation:

How to Say Goodbye in Several Different Languages

Say “goodbye” in Mandarin.

  • “Zài jiàn” / “再见”
    • Meaning: “Goodbye”
    • Pronunciation: tzai-JIEN
  • “Míng tiān jiàn” / “明天見/明天见”
    • Meaning: “I’ll see you tomorrow”
    • Pronunciation: “miin-tyen-JIEN
  • “Yī huĭr jiàn” / “一會兒見/一会儿见”
    • Meaning: “See you later” (the same day)
    • Pronunciation: ee-hwur-JIEN
  • “Huí tóu jiàn” / “回頭見/回头见”
    • Meaning: “See you later” (the same day)
    • Pronunciation: hway-toh-JIEN

How to Say Goodbye in Several Different Languages

Say “goodbye” in Cantonese.

  • “Joigin” / “再見”
    • Meaning: “Goodbye”
    • Pronunciation: JOI-gin
  • “Bāaibaai” / “拜拜”
    • Meaning: “Bye”
    • Pronunciation: bai-bai

How to Say Goodbye in Several Different Languages

Say “goodbye” in Korean.

  • “Annyeong” / “안녕”(Informal)
    • Meaning: “Goodbye”
    • Pronunciation: AN-nyeong
  • “Anyeonghi Gasyeo” / “안녕히 가세요”
    • Meaning: “Goodbye” (if you’re staying and the other person is leaving)
    • Pronunciation: AN-nyeong-HE-ga-SEH-yo
  • “Annyeonghi Kyeseyo” / “안녕히 계세요”
    • Meaning: “Goodbye” (if you’re the one that is leaving)
    • Pronunciation: AN-nyeong-HE-gye-SEH-yo

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How to Say Goodbye in Several Different Languages

Say “goodbye” in Hindi.

  • “Namaste” (same as hello)
  • “Fir milenge” (see you)
  • “Alvida” (Goodbye, bit formal)

How to Say Goodbye in Several Different Languages

Say “goodbye” in Punjabi.

  • “Alweda” / “ਅਲਵਿਦਾ”
  • “Rabb rakha” / “ਰੱਬ ਰਾਖਾ”
  • “Guru rakha” / “ਗੁਰੂ ਰਾਖਾ”

How to Say Goodbye in Several Different Languages

Say “goodbye” in Nepalese.

  • “Namaste”
  • “Subha yatra”
  • “Feri bhetaula”

How to Say Goodbye in Several Different Languages

Say “goodbye” in Bengali.

  • “Bidāẏa (nichhi)” / “বিদায় (নিচ্ছি)” ([I take your] farewell)
  • “Bhaalo thaakben” / “ভালো থাকবেন” (Stay well)
  • “Aabar dekha hobey” / “আবার দেখা হবে” (We will meet again)
  • “Aashchhi” / “আসছি” (It means ‘coming’. Colloquially, it is believed to be improper to say ‘going’. Instead, by saying ‘coming’, the speaker makes a promise/gives a hope of revisit)

How to Say Goodbye in Several Different Languages

Say “goodbye” in Sinhalese.

  • “Nawatha hamu wemu” (This means “Catch you later”)
  • “Subha dawasak” (This means “Have a nice day”)
  • “Gihillā ennam” / “ගිහිල්ලා එන්නම්”
  • “Mama yanawā” / “මම යනවා”

How to Say Goodbye in Several Different Languages

Say “goodbye” in Marathi.

  • “Punha bhetu”

How to Say Goodbye in Several Different Languages

Say “goodbye” in Gujarati.

  • “Aavjo” / “આવજો”

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How to Say Goodbye in Several Different Languages

Say “goodbye” in Arabic.

  • “Ma’a as-salaama” / “مع السلامة”
    • Meaning: “With safety/peace.”
  • “As-salaamu ‘alaykum” / “السلام عليكم”
    • Meaning: “Peace upon you.”
  • “Elalleqa”
    • Meaning: “Till the meeting.”

How to Say Goodbye in Several Different Languages

Say “goodbye” in Hebrew.

  • “L’hitraot” / “להתראות”
  • “Shalom” / “שָׁלוֹם”
    • Meaning: “Peace”
  • “Shalom aleichem” / “שָׁלוֹם עֲלֵיכֶם”
    • Meaning: “Peace be upon you.”

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How to Say Goodbye in Several Different Languages

Say “goodbye” in Tagalog.

  • “Paalam na”
    • Meaning: “Goodbye, now.”
    • Pronunciation: puh-AH-lam-nah
  • “Aalís na ako”
    • Meaning: “I’m leaving now.”
    • Pronunciation: uh-ah-LISS-na-a-KOH

How to Say Goodbye in Several Different Languages

Say “goodbye” in Pangasinan.

  • “Sige la”

How to Say Goodbye in Several Different Languages

Say “goodbye” in Malay.

  • “Selamat jalan”
  • “Selamat tinggal”

How to Say Goodbye in Several Different Languages

Say “goodbye” in Indonesian.

  • “Sampai Jumpa”
  • “Sampai Bertemu Lagi”
  • “Daag” (non-formal)

How to Say Goodbye in Several Different Languages

Say “goodbye” in Malagasy.

  • “Veloma”

How to Say Goodbye in Several Different Languages

Say “goodbye” in Hawaiian.

  • “Aloha”

How to Say Goodbye in Several Different Languages

Say “goodbye” in Papiamentu.

  • “Ayo”

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How to Say Goodbye in Several Different Languages

Say “goodbye” in the following languages.

  • “Viszlát!” – Hungarian
  • “Näkemiin” – Finnish. “Moikka” – Finnish. “Heihei” – Finnish. “Hyvästi” – Finnish
  • “Poitu varein” – Tamil (standard farewell, meaning “taking leave but I will visit again”).”Varein” (Will come again) – short form for “Poitu Varein”
  • “Yasou” (YAH-soo), “Antio” – Greek
  • “Hwyl fawr” – Welsh
  • “Slan” – Irish
  • “Vale” – Latin (to one person). “Valete” – Latin (to more than one person)
  • “Khuda hafiz” – Urdu. “Allah hafiz” – Urdu
  • “Vida parayunnu” – Malayalam
  • “Donadagohvi” – Cherokee
  • “Hagoonea'” – Navajo
  • “Чао” – Macedonian
  • “Mattae sigona” – Kannada (Used for meet you again sometime)
  • “Velli vostanu” – Telugu
  • “Khodaa haafez” – Persian
  • “Sai an jima” – Hausa
  • “Nabadeey” – Somali
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Quad exercises are a great way to build strength in your upper legs, and, if done regularly, will yield results relatively quickly. Working your quads (the muscles along your thighs) ... Read more »

How to Reduce the Stress of Your Commute

Are your mornings filled with stress and anxiety due to your commute? Do you find yourself laying on the horn, screaming expletives at the drivers around you, and feeling extremely ... Read more »

How to Travel Around Taiwan

Taiwan is a beautiful island country located in East Asia, only a short distance from mainland China. In addition to the main island, Taiwan has many smaller islands and archipelagoes ... Read more »

How to Chew Betel Nut in Papua New Guinea

If you ever go to Papua New Guinea, the first thing you will notice is the brilliant red-stained teeth and lips of the local men and women. Betel nut, or ... Read more »

How to Plan a Spring Break Staycation

Typically, when it comes to spring break, ideas like vacations to the beach come to mind. You don’t, however, have to take a vacation to enjoy your spring break. Instead, ... Read more »

How to Travel During the Holidays for Seniors

The holidays are a great time for traveling to visit family and friends. If you’re a senior, there are special considerations to take into account during holiday travel. You want ... Read more »

How to Travel As a Photographer

Becoming a travel photographer is a dream for many. Being able to roam around the world, getting paid for taking photos of beautiful landscapes, and experiencing new cultures and people ... Read more »

How to Cope with Honeymoon Mishaps

Text Only Text Only Going on your honeymoon with your partner is a marriage rite of passage. You and your partner may have a romantic beach getaway planned or a ... Read more »

How to Get to the Galapagos Islands

The Galapagos Islands—made up of 13 main islands, 6 smaller islands, and 107 rocks and islets—is well-known for its amazing wildlife. If you plan on visiting the Galapagos, you’ll need ... Read more »

How to Disappear Completely

Whether you need to lay low or simply want to be left alone, disappearing might sound like a good idea. Running away usually isn’t necessary and most problems are solvable ... Read more »

How to Apply for ESTA

If you want to visit the US for a brief period, either for business or pleasure, you may qualify for travel authorization under the Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA) ... Read more »

How to Travel With Children

Do you want to go on vacation, but need somewhere family friendly? Do you dread traveling with your children because of the inevitable headaches? Don’t put off travel altogether. Traveling ... Read more »

How to Write While Traveling

Writing while traveling can be either a professional or personal pursuit. Some people travel and write as part of their jobs, while others simply want to make the most out ... Read more »

How to Obtain a NEXUS Membership

NEXUS is a “Trusted Traveler” and accelerated border control program for pre-approved, low-risk travelers, allowing them quicker and smoother crossing between the Canada-United States border. Steps Download Article Find out ... Read more »

How to Apply for a Nigerian Visa

Except for nationals of some African countries, visitors to Nigeria generally need a visa to enter and depart the country. You can complete an online application to apply for a ... Read more »

How to Travel to Nigeria

If you’ve got an adventurous spirit and you’re looking for something off of the beaten path, Nigeria may be a great option for your next vacation! From sun-drenched beaches to ... Read more »

How to Make a Travel Brochure

A creative, expertly written and well-designed travel brochure invites readers to cast themselves into a story that takes place in an exotic locale. In this article, learn how to make ... Read more »

How to Travel Spontaneously

Traveling can be a pleasant, carefree experience, but the large amounts of planning and preparation which usually precede actually traveling can make the process seem like more trouble than it’s ... Read more »

How to Enjoy Niagara Falls when It Rains

It can be a let down if you get to Niagara Falls and it’s raining. Luckily, there are many indoor attractions you can still enjoy. Try to spend time at ... Read more »

How to Go to Sydney from Melbourne

Melbourne and Sydney are two of the largest cities in Australia, so it stands to reason you’d want to travel between them from time to time. Your main options for ... Read more »

How to Use the Mobile Passport App to Save Time at US Customs and Border Patrol

After flying internationally, you can speed up the US Customs and Border control process by using the easy-to-navigate Airside Mobile Passport app! Anyone who holds a US or Canadian passport ... Read more »

How to Dress in Egypt As a Woman

Whether you’re going for the ancient history, the modern cities, or the mesmerizing beaches, Egypt is a country you don’t want to miss out on. Since Egypt is a mostly ... Read more »

How to Enjoy Maui with the Kids

Whether you’re looking for a relaxing vacation or an action-packed trip, Maui is the perfect place to spend time together as a family. You’ll find plenty of activities geared towards ... Read more »

How to Buy Gifts and Souvenirs for Others When Traveling Abroad

People love receiving gifts and when you’re traveling, it’s tempting to bring a piece of a faraway land back to others. Traveling abroad brings a host of concerns, including what ... Read more »

How to Ride your Bike to School Safely

Did you just learn how to ride a bike and want to ride it to school? Well, read this guide to do it. Steps Download Article Find a safe route ... Read more »

How to Prepare for a Trip to Israel

Also known as The Holy Land, Israel is a beautiful and diverse Mediterranean country with a history of religious significance dating back thousands of years. Despite its small size, millions ... Read more »

How to Plan Your Business Travel

Planning a work-related trip can be a stressful endeavor. On top of your usual travel concerns, you also have to keep your mind focused on the business aspect of your ... Read more »

How to Plan a Trip to Blue Hole in Belize

Deep in the middle of the turquoise Caribbean Sea, is a large dark blue circle known worldwide as the “Blue Hole”. Situated in the centre of the Lighthouse Reef, the ... Read more »

How to Get to Lord Howe Island

Lord Howe Island is a popular year-round tourist destination and stopover spot for yachts sailing the Tasman Sea. Fly to the beautiful UNESCO World Heritage island on small propeller planes ... Read more »

How to Travel to Madagascar

Madagascar is an amazing place full of unique wildlife, gorgeous beaches, and fascinating geological structures. Because it’s an isolated island, Madagascar is home to many animals that can’t be found ... Read more »

How to Get to Machu Picchu

If the ancient Inca city of Machu Picchu in Peru is your destination, you’ll have to navigate through the mountainous terrain by train or on foot. How much money and ... Read more »