Secondary Transportation

By Boat, Plane or Train

Why travel to one place, when you can hit multiple spots in a trip – especially when you’ve already paid for the trans-oceanic airfare. We’ll give you the scoop on buses, trains, flights, camel rides, or whatever gets you from point A to point B. This is the nitty-gritty of adventurous travel: making the most of tight budgets, short time frames, and big dreams.

What forms of travel does Secondary Transportation include?

Great question. We define secondary transportation as travel that occurs after you’ve landed at your international destination. For instance, after arriving in London: a train to Paris, a bus ride to the English countryside, a flight to Portugal, or a boat ride to Ireland would all be considered forms of secondary transportation.

Why should I consider Secondary Transportation for my trip?

You’ve already paid for your international flight. And once you get to your destination, it’s quite affordable to get to other nearby countries, especially in Europe. If you want to see more than one country during your trip, secondary travel is something you want to consider.

How does your Secondary Transportation process work?

This is all based on your preferences. By that, we don’t mean we need you to tell us if you want to take a boat or train. We’ll get relevant information from you, like how long you want to spend traveling or the maximum dollar amount you’re willing to pay to get from, say, London to Paris, and we’ll offer you a couple options that fit for you to choose from.

How do I get started?

We have utilized secondary travel for so many of our own adventures, and we highly recommend you take the opportunity to see everything you can. Contact us to begin crafting your secondary travel plan today.