5 Videos That Seasoned Travelers Want You To Watch


The Internet is full of travel blogs, helpful forums and videos with tips and tricks. If you want to learn how to make your next trip as cheap, fun and smooth as possible without spending a lot of time on research, check out our picks for the top 5 videos to watch to make your travel a whole lot easier.

1) Travel Hacks – The Low Down

Watch this great collection of hacks on anything from packing to staying entertained to remembering your hotel room while on the road.

2) How to Find the Cheapest Flight in the Shortest Time 

Often times, booking flights is the most expensive and time-consuming part of your travel planning. Take a look at this quick video for some useful best practices!

3) 8 Solo Travel Tips : Staying Safe When Traveling

This one has a lot of great trips for traveling alone, especially if you are a woman and concerned about safety.

4) The 20 Best Travel Apps For Your Next Trip

This handy video breaks down the best apps for planning a trip, booking flights, finding lodging and more. Highly recommended for the high-tech traveler!

5) Quick & Easy Phone Hacks: Travel Edition

Learn an incredibly useful phone hack to use while traveling outside of WiFi or good cell reception.

WiFire on Android is currently helping scores of travelers hook on to free WiFi wherever they go. Here is how you can get WiFi anywhere on your iPhone, in case you are an iOS user.

Are there any other informative travel videos that we missed out on? Let us know in the comments below.


KSRTC offers free WiFi hotspots at major bus stations


Want to stay connected to free WiFi on your next weekend trip around Karnataka? Look no further!

The Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) has just introduced free WiFi hotspots at 13 of its largest bus stations across Karnataka, making it the first state transport in India to do so at such a scale.

Bus stations in Bengaluru, Mandya, Mysuru, Madikeri, Hassan,Chikkamagaluru, Dharmastala,Shivamogga, Harihar, Davangere and Tumakuru will be part of the groundbreaking trial roll-out, followed shortly by Kolar and Chitradurga. At these stations, WiFi coverage extends up to 80 meters around the router at each station’s inquiry counter.

The connection lasts for either one hour or 100 MB of usage, whichever comes first. This is well enough for travelers to book last-minute lodging, get oriented in a new city or snap a quick Instagram photo.

All Bangalore KSRTC stations are now in our growing database of verified networks. Download WiFire and stay connected in your city—even when you’re leaving town.

Safe travels, and happy free WiFi surfing!

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