• Ethan Nemeth

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Earlier this year I founded Exotic Skies in hopes of enhancing the travel experience of others and sharing my passion for travel. As this blog grows, I'd like to acknowledge the fact that I couldn't have gotten this far without all of the positive feedback from my family, friends, and readers. Thank you all very much!

Many of you reading this may have found this blog mid-way through its current life cycle and unfortunately, may have missed out on some of the most beneficial articles. In order to ensure some of the really important tips everyone sees, I'm going to be highlighting some older posts that I find to be the most beneficial.


Often one of the most expensive parts of a vacation. Wouldn't it be nice if you could save hundreds to thousands of dollars when booking them? Start of by reading this article and then use one of my preferred flight search methods to save big on your next airfare purchase. In order, I prefer Google Flights, SkyScanner, FareBoom, and Momondo.

SkyScanner Shows You The Cheapest Possible Destinations From Any Given City

Another good article to familiarize yourself with ---> How To Fly First Class For 90% Off and also ---> Using Miles To Book Flights Cheaper. Read these and you'll be well on your way to saving money on your next vacation!


I recently embarked on a huge trip to 22 cities all around the world. I managed to stay in some of the world's best hotels including The Ritz-Carlton in Hong Kong, The InterContiental in Singapore, and many others. I paid a fraction of the price to stay at these places using a few well known strategies.

The Ritz-Carlton In Bali

In my previous post, I wrote about how I got a $4,500 hotel stay for less than $600, and you can too! A great way to do this is to read my previous post above ^ and check out The Importance of Travel Credit Cards. Pairing these articles with something like a 10% discount for using this loyalty program, can help save you a lot of money!

There are plenty of ways to save money while traveling. If you take the time to go through some of the mentioned articles in this blog post, I can almost guarantee you that those tips and tricks will save you TONS of money on all your future vacations.

As always,

Happy Travels :)