Virtual Travel and Forums for Seniors

Apr 7th, 2010 | By | Category: Senior Travel

Travel forums are pretty neat and can be very helpful. Thorn Tree Travel Forum is a site where Lonely Planet travel communities get together to exchange travel information, advice, hints and tips. Get help, get connected, get inspired, have your say on this site. 

Explore My Travel Guide contains a wealth of information from other travelers covering the best destinations and tourist attractions around the world.  Here seniors can see the top rated hotels in the world’s coolest cities rated and reviewed by real travelers just like you and see the latest travel photos from the MyTravelGuide community around the world. 

The Mighty House of Traffic site features Senior Single Cruises for up to 75% off.  The site has many related searches that lets you choose the type of cruise you desire.  While I personally have never taken a cruise I know of many friends who have done so many times and love the experience. 

The AARP site has lots of possibilities at a senior discount.  I love senior discounts, don’t you?  (I once almost bought a ball cap that read “So Where’s My Senior Discount?”!)  The site features Top Cruise Deals and there are three listed from $219 to $449.  Such a deal! 

Virtual Tourist – Real Travelers – Real Info provides worldwide travel and vacation advice for seniors from over 1,000,000 Virtual Tourist members. Post a travel question and get unbiased, timely answers and insights from real travelers and locals.  You can get the inside scoop on 72,813 destinations and counting.

The Travel Forum is very helpful as it provides questions and answers to the many concerns of senior travelers.  Their Virtual Tourist Travel Guides are made by real travelers like you. 1,171,919 members have added 1,767,208 tips and 3,655,632 photos on over 58,000 locations and that’s ‘beaucoup.’  Here you can share your own tips and photos on any of 2.2 million locations quickly and easily.  Here is a renowned travel community where real travelers and real locals share their advice, experience, and friendship.  jeb

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