Organizing your honeymoon is stressful enough, but it puts even more pressure on you if you are still a student. Luckily, there are many apps that can help you organize the perfect honeymoon even if you are on a student budget. Here are five such apps to check out.
One of the biggest pains in the back is the fact that you often pay more than the actual price is when you travel abroad. This is due to the inflated fees and extra commissions. The solution to this problem? Revolut app and bank card.
Before you set out for your honeymoon, order a Revolut bank card. You will get it in the post and then you can download the Revolut app and register. Now you will be able to use the Revolut card to pay for everything without having to worry about inflated currency exchange rates and extra fees.
Moreover, the app also lets you track all of your expenses and spend smartly. You can also transfer money with the app. In all senses, this is definitely a win for those who are looking to minimize their daily expenses while traveling during their honeymoon.
#2 Trip Advisor
If you did know yet, there is actually a Trip Advisor app available that is just as good as the website. It’s a must-have when you are traveling because it will help you to make important decisions about where you want to stay and where you want to go.
The app has offline guides that can be accessed at any time. You also get access to all the hotel, restaurant, and tourist attraction reviews by people who are traveling just like you. Moreover, you can also use comprehensive maps and tourist photos.
Trip Advisor (both website and app) is perhaps the best place to get advice on various places when you are planning your honeymoon travel. It will be handy both during the planning stage and while you will be on the go, so make the most out of this resource.
What better way to plan your honeymoon than to make a list of all the places you want to visit? MyGola is perhaps the best app for constructing your travel routes and keeping track of all the things you want to see.
Of course, you can first do your own research online and use a translation service like The Word Point to find information about your destination point in the local language to get more accurate data. But after that, MyGola will be just as helpful if not more so.
This app collects all of the unique things and places to see without going to the regular ones that might turn out not as interesting as you thought. It takes the unusual approach to travel and many adventure enthusiasts love it.
You can also book curated activities and events through MyGola. However, keep in mind that the app operates in a limited number of regions (Las Vegas, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Singapore, Sydney, Dubai, Dublin, Toronto, Mumbai, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Bangalore, Mallorca, Goa, Kuala Lumpur, and New Delhi).
#4 Travel Budget App
Having a separate dedicated app that tracks all of your expenses might be more suitable for some travelers who don’t like having their banking and budget tracking in one place. If that is the case for you, Travel Budget App might be your best choice by far.
All you will need to do once you download the app is input your budget and all the expenses you are planning to have. This will allow you to get a complete overview of what you spend your money on and when as well as how much is left.
You could say that Travel Budget App is an equivalent of your usual notebook that you use to track your expenses while traveling (if you do that, of course). In any case, this app is probably one of the best choices for honeymoons on a tight student budget.
Last but not least, no kind of adventure travel for your honeymoon can be successful without an app that keeps all your bookings in one place. TripIt is such an app and probably a lifesaver for many couples that have many other things to keep in mind while traveling.
This easy-to-use app allows you to view all your bookings in one place and keep track of them even when you are offline. This allows you to check anything at any time when you are lost and don’t have an Internet connection.
Once you download the app, forward all your emails with flight, hotel, car rental, and rental confirmation to firstname.lastname@example.org. Then, TripIt will organize all of your bookings in a personalized travel itinerary. Don’t worry, your information is safe and sound with them.
You don’t know how comfortable such an organization of plans is until you try it. This way, all of your bookings and plans are stored in one place and can be viewed on your phone easily instead of having to check old emails every time you forget something.
In conclusion, all of these apps will definitely help you organize every single detail of your honeymoon even if you are on a tight student budget. Make sure to use various tips from this article while organizing the honeymoon in order to make the most out of your plans.
Frank Hamilton is a blogger and translator from Manchester. He is a professional writing expert in such topics as blogging, digital marketing and self-education. He also loves traveling and speaks Spanish, French, German and English.