Our sleep and travel editors recommend gear for coping with travel-induced insomnia, vetted through hours of testing and years of personal experience.
The women of Wirecutter drew on our experience—many of us log thousands of miles a year—to create a packing list to help you truly enjoy flying solo.
We put in another year and tens of thousands more miles of travel to test the best travel gear—and we stand by last year’s choices alongside a few new picks.
If there’s one thing our staff has learned working remotely all over the world, it’s “Don’t check a bag unless you have to.” Here’s how to avoid it.
After logging thousands of miles testing the best travel accessories—and the worst—we’ve come up with our list of essentials.
Our photo and travel teams have spent thousands of hours testing the must-haves and the nice-but-not-necessities for documenting your next adventure.
Although a vacation rental ought to come equipped with all you’ll need, here are the things we’ve learned to bring to a rental place—just in case.
A staycation can feel draining if it’s too similar to your daily grind. The items here will help you relax and have fun while vacationing at home.
After much research and hundreds of air miles traveled, Wirecutter pet owners have learned to rely on this gear when flying with cats or small dogs.