Burdie.co is a one stop shop for all your travel needs. From helping you discover uncommon destinations, to booking accommodation, to stocking up on travel accessories at our curated shop, Burdie.co has it all for you.
To begin, click “take off” to be taken to a random city where we’ll show you five hand-picked attractions to get you excited about visiting. Not the city for you? Just take off again.
The Way app is best for discounted airport parking, but we also like it for discount movie tickets and dining experiences. US only.
Google Fi enables us to use our phones anywhere in the world without being tied to any one network provider. It’s pretty affordable and it works on most smartphones.
Hotels.com is our go-to hotel booking site no matter where we’re headed or what kind of accommodation we need.
We gathered all of the awesome packing accessories and camera gear that we rely on and love using when we’re traveling.
We like to use Skyscanner to research different flights and routes throughout the booking process.
Airbnb connects you with unique and homey accommodations around the world. We’ve met some really wonderful places thanks to AirBnb’s simple booking process.
Airwander is an awesome flight search tool that helps us travel farther in between destinations by finding affordable stopovers to add to our trips.
We use Klook for great discounts on attractions in popular cities—especially when we're at home in NYC.
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…Burdie is a philosophy, a state of mind. Burdie represents freedom, migration, and perseverance. Burdie is about taking chances and spreading your wings, about thinking a little bit less and doing a lot more. Burdie is about trusting your ability to find happiness no matter where you are.
As lifelong travelers, we’ve always been on the risk-taking, free-spirited side. But that doesn’t mean we don’t have days when we’re feeling lazy and uninspired. Or anxious. Or jaded and hopeless, as if nothing in the whole damn world could possibly excite us, move us. Of course, it’s okay to feel this way sometimes, but when you’re on the road there are so many ways to pull yourself out of it. The point of travel is to see the world, to experience the good, the bad, and the ordinary. The point is to see it all for yourself, to allow yourself to be take part in it.