Welcome to Rhiannon Travels! I’m Rhiannon (duh) and I created this website back in September to help people just like you, travel the world with ease! Travel can seem overwhelming, especially for first timers, but don’t worry – I’ve got you covered! Rhiannon Travels is filled with a ton of super awesome tips, tricks, guides and advice for traveling both domestically and internationally. I’ve even got an entire page for you theme park fans out there! If you’re a first time traveler, click here to get started!

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Latest Blog Posts

Best Things About Australia: 5 Travel Bloggers Share Their Experiences

Best Things About Australia: 5 Travel Bloggers Share Their Experiences

One of the best things about Australia, is the fact that every time I see the face of someone visiting for the first time, they always look so happy and joyful. I may be biased, but I absolutely adore Australia. I love this country for so many reasons, it’s almost impossible to choose just one. Being born and raised here, while growing I didn’t appreciate Australia anywhere near as much as I should have. Now,…

How to Choose & Book the Perfect Contiki Tour: A First Timer’s Guide

How to Choose & Book the Perfect Contiki Tour: A First Timer’s Guide

If you’re looking for a great first way to explore and experience the United States, I highly recommend a USA Contiki Tour. Back in June of 2015, I did the Best of USA Contiki Tour. It was my first time embarking on solo travel, and I spent a long time finding a reliable and decently priced company. I had visited theUnited States before with my family, but I hadn’t yet ventured overseas alone. I’d heard…

Cost of Travel Around Australia: Food, Alcohol, Data, Transport & More!

Cost of Travel Around Australia: Food, Alcohol, Data, Transport & More!

The cost of travel around Australia can be pretty high. There’s no point sugar coating it. If you’re planning a trip here, prepare to save quite a bit for your stay. That being said, it can be done on a budget. There are some ways around all of the high costs, and if you’re a regular budget traveler, it won’t be too difficult! I have compiled this giant, comprehensive list of what every day things…

One Year Blogiversary: A Recap of My First 12 Months Travel Blogging!

One Year Blogiversary: A Recap of My First 12 Months Travel Blogging!

On this day, one year ago, I finally decided to start a travel blog. I had absolutely no idea what I was doing, and I took the whole thing pretty lightly. I didn’t think I would stick to it, let alone actually consider it my second (unpaid) job. When I’m not working at my part time, retail job, I’m blogging. When I’m not blogging, I’m probably thinking about what I can blog about next, or…

36 Tips For First Time Travelers: The Ultimate Guide

36 Tips For First Time Travelers: The Ultimate Guide

Traveling for the first time can be a daunting experience. There is so much that needs to be considered, a lot of things to book and so many choices when it comes to accomodation! Even the most experienced travelers have some doubts and worries when it gets closer to that anticipated departure day. Luckily, there are tons of resources out there to help people embarking on their very first adventure! That’s where I come in,…

An Afternoon In The Adelaide Hills: Barossa Bowland & Dinosaur Mini Golf

An Afternoon In The Adelaide Hills: Barossa Bowland & Dinosaur Mini Golf

I was born and raised in Adelaide, South Australia. It’s been my home for the past 25 years – minus the 8 months my partner Russell and I lived in Alice Springs! Unfortunately, I’ve realised I’m one of those people who has seen more of the rest of the world, than I have my own home town. So now that winter in Australia is over, spring has sprung and the sun has started to shine,…