Secure WiFi for Business Travelers Going Overseas

Wireless Traveler corporate business

If you are traveling overseas on business, you need reliable, available, and secure communications. When you connect to the Internet from your office, you know who is responsible for the network and which people can connect to it. However, when you travel, especially abroad, you are no longer guaranteed that same level of security. Imagine... Read More

Travel Tips: How to Avoid Jet Lag

Airplane travel

Planning a trip overseas? In addition to deciding what to pack, it’s also a good idea to start thinking about how you can avoid jet lag. You want to enjoy your vacation, not spend it struggling with staying awake. To help you avoid sleepiness during the day, insomnia at night, and hunger pains at odd... Read More

Tourism Cares Offers Support to Countries in Need

Tourism Cares - Kathmandu, Nepal

At Wireless Traveler we believe strongly in giving back to both our local and global community. Part of our company initiatives is to support a number of organizations whose missions share a vision of global strength and unity. Tourism Cares in Nepal One such organization is Tourism Cares. Tourism Cares is the charitable community of the travel... Read More

Cinco de Mayo – Where It All Started

Cinco de Mayo, Puebla, Mexico

For many of us, Cinco de Mayo means a parade and a party. Accompanied by tacos and tequila. But … how many of us know what we are celebrating? It All Started in Puebla, Mexico Contrary to popular belief, Cinco de Mayo is not Mexico’s Independence Day. That is actually September 16. What Cinco de... Read More

Stay Connected & Other Study Abroad Hacks

Student traveling abroad

  A study abroad program is going to enhance your life in ways that you can’t even begin to imagine. And, your smartphone will easily become one of the most well used items you bring. You’ll be able to use it for directions, for exchanging currencies, and most importantly, for updating Mom and Dad quickly.... Read More

Tropical Island Honeymoons in French Polynesia

Moorea, French Polynesia

Known for dramatic landscapes and bright blue waters, the French Polynesia Islands are the epitome of a tropical island honeymoon. The 118 islands and atolls span five archipelagos in the South Pacific. They offer just about every water sport you can imagine and the lush interiors are home to hidden waterfalls and pools. With overwater... Read More

Supporting Our Local Community

Wireless Traveler is pleased to be a member of the Long Island Power Network, a group that supports the Long Island business community through networking, education, and partnerships. We have found it an ideal organization to share ideas, to keep abreast of new technologies and trends, and to build relationships with fellow business owners. While... Read More

7 Things You Should Do When Visiting Cape Town

Table Mountain, Cape Town, South Africa

It may be considered South Africa’s most sophisticated and cosmopolitan city, but Cape Town is also a city with a rich heritage. Vibrant and colorful neighborhoods, breathtaking coastal beaches, stunning panoramic views, a thriving foodie scene, and world-class vineyards will have you wishing you didn’t have to leave. While Cape Town is abundant with attractions... Read More

In Emergencies, Stay Connected Through WiFi

Use Wi-Fi on Smartphone

In times of emergency, mobile networks can get overloaded as happened in Belgium yesterday. Yet, in times of emergency we want to connect with our loved ones. One of the most reliable, and safe, ways to do this is by using a WiFi network instead of a mobile network. Yesterday, Belgium’s Deputy Prime Minister Alexander... Read More

Cadet & Junior Fencing World Championships

Foil fencing

The world’s top young fencers will compete at the 2016 Cadet & Junior Fencing World Championships this April in Bourges, France. Young fencers from dozens of countries will descend on Bourges, as they compete for medals in a total of 19 disciplines. The event will feature junior men’s and women’s foil, epee and sabre for... Read More

7 Tips to Make Special Occasion Travel a Success

Safari camel ride - group exotic travel

There’s no better way to celebrate a special occasion than by spending time with your friends and family on a celebratory trip. While you might typically associate special occasion travel with destination weddings or honeymoons, there are many other moments in our lives that should be celebrated. A sweet-16 birthday, college graduation, family reunion, or... Read More

Is Your Data Safe When You Travel?

Business Travelers

For business travelers keeping your intellectual property secure is extremely important. The associated dollar loss to you and your company, not to mention trade secrets, can be huge. As more business travelers today carry proprietary and sensitive documents and files with them on their laptops, tablets, and even their smartphones, the threat of theft increases.... Read More

Welcoming in the New Year in Costa Rica

Costa Rica surfing

  Having never been to Costa Rica and especially at New Years we wanted to party with the locals! From the exquisite Villa La Esquina overlooking Langosta beach, we woke each morning to exotic birds, squirrels and monkeys spotted through the palm trees. Our first day in the waves, we met Francisco and organized surfing lessons right in the... Read More

The Allure of Cape Town, South Africa


Cape Town is ranked as one of the best cities for travelers and it is easy to see why. Known affectionately as the “Mother City,” it’s a city that seems to show off around every corner. Cloud-draped Table Mountain wends it way down to the ocean. Hilly avenues showcase colorful Victorian, Cape Dutch, art deco,... Read More

“High” Altitude Skiing in Colorado

High Country skiing in Aspen, Colorado

With the legalization of marijuana in Colorado, there has also been an increase in the entrepreneurial spirits who are capitalizing on the associated tourism industry. While “weed tourism” is not seen as a huge boon to Colorado tourism, it is definitely a niche market. One in four Millennials—18% of the men but only 8% of... Read More

Our 8 Favorite Travel Apps


Great travel apps make traveling easier. And some actually make traveling less stressful and more fun. We travel a fair bit, and after trying out a number of travel apps, have come up with a short-list of our own favorites. Below, we highlight the eight that top our list. Fair warning: one of them is... Read More

Wireless Traveler Networking at USTOA Conference

USTOA Conference in Chicago, Illinois

Wireless Traveler will attend the upcoming USTOA Annual Conference & Marketplace, held this year in Chicago from December 3-5. The USTOA Conference brings together over 700 North American travel advisors with tourism suppliers from around the globe. This year’s conference will be held at the Hyatt Regency Chicago in Chicago, Illinois. Conference attendees will receive... Read More