Hawaii

A Once-in-a-Lifetime Adventure in Hawaii

Are you visiting the Big Island of Hawaii? You absolutely must experience the Manta Ray Snorkel. It’s one of the most memorable adventures of our lives.   No matter the time of year, the mysterious manta rays flock to certain locations along the Kona coast, as they have learned this is the place to get […]

Travel by Location

3 Reasons to Visit Moab in the Winter

Moab, Utah is a little town nestled next to Arches and Canyonlands National Park. It’s a popular travel destination for outdoor activities like hiking, mountain biking, and camping. It’s in the eastern portion of the state of Utah, just a short drive south of I-70. We’ve visited Moab several times, but one of the most […]

California

Walking Columbus Avenue San Francisco – Little Italy

If you want a taste of Italy while meandering the downtown San Francisco Streets, Columbus Avenue is where you’ll want to be. It runs from the southeast at Washington Street and heads northwest. Starting in the Financial District, it makes it’s way past Washington Square Park, Saint Peter and Paul Church, Lombard Street, and ends […]

California

Driving The Marin Headlands From San Francisco

If you’re considering renting a car for a short day trip or forking out the money for an extended Uber tour, this is a must-see. In fact, if you weren’t considering renting a car for a day or hiring an Uber for longer drive, you should definitely rethink your plans and do this drive. Start […]

A Once-in-a-Lifetime Adventure in Hawaii

3 Reasons to Visit Moab in the Winter

Walking Columbus Avenue San Francisco – Little Italy

Driving The Marin Headlands From San Francisco

The Creepy Cemetery on a Beautiful Italian Island

The island of Ischia, off the coast of Naples, Italy, is picturesque and historical. Many travelers are drawn to Castello Aragonese, which was built into an islet (read: mini-island) and connected by a walkway. Castello Aragonese was built in 474 BC and over the years was used as fortress, a city, a prison, and a […]

How We Used Our Phones Abroad

If you’re like most of us, you use your smart phone daily to take photos, catch up on email, navigate maps, and a plethora of other stuff that makes life easier.   Sure, when you travel you could take a break from being constantly connected. We found that we didn’t use our phones as much, […]

How to Survive a Long-Haul Flight

We recently completed a round trip from SLC, Utah to CDG in Paris. On our way out, we had a layover in Atlanta. The flight home was non-stop. Both of these flights were long (8.5 and 10.5 hours respectively) and we picked up a few tips for surviving in coach. If you can swing business […]

How NOT to be a Jerk on an Airplane

Airlines are cutting costs and amenities to improve profit margins. Legroom is getting tighter and flights are more often full than not. This also means that you’ll land yourself in a small space with a few hundred other people for the duration of the flight. Travel seems to occasionally bring out the worst in folks. […]

Anna McPhee – Traveler Spotlight

For the first Travel.Fish Traveler Spotlight, we caught up with Anna McPhee just after she arrived home to New Zealand for the Holidays after two years of chasing her wanderlust and recently making her way from Nepal and Rajasthan to Kolkata- though she’s not sure how long she’ll be staying stationary. As a fulltime traveler, […]

A Once-in-a-Lifetime Adventure in Hawaii

Are you visiting the Big Island of Hawaii? You absolutely must experience the Manta Ray Snorkel. It’s one of the most memorable adventures of our lives.   No matter the time of year, the mysterious manta rays flock to certain locations along the Kona coast, as they have learned this is the place to get […]

3 Reasons to Visit Moab in the Winter

Moab, Utah is a little town nestled next to Arches and Canyonlands National Park. It’s a popular travel destination for outdoor activities like hiking, mountain biking, and camping. It’s in the eastern portion of the state of Utah, just a short drive south of I-70. We’ve visited Moab several times, but one of the most […]

Last Minute Gifts for Travelers

Have a loved one who loves to travel? Did you procrastinate on your holiday shopping or still trying to think of some last minute ideas? We put together a list of the things we at Travel Fish love and would be excited to find under our tree, and they’re all still available to pick up […]