A group of journalists created The Voyage Report with one goal in mind: to help people get the scoop on travel.
There have never been more resources for travelers—but it’s never been more confusing! The Voyage Report aims to be your go-to travel news and information resource with lots of our signature “Top Travel Tips in Two Minutes” videos, money-saving tips and tricks, the latest industry news, and the most important information you need to know as you begin researching your destination—whether you plan to stay somewhere two days or two weeks.
We are not travel agents and we can’t arrange, reserve, or book your travel for you. But we can inspire, inform, and empower you to go on amazing—and affordable—adventures.
The Voyage Report’s editor-in-chief is Mark Albert, a Peabody Award-winning investigative journalist who’s been a freelance correspondent at CBS News and a reporter in newsrooms across the country.
Mark at Dakota Access Pipeline Protest in North Dakota
Mark has a passion for travel, having visited 60 counties so far as a journalist and as an explorer. He leads an independent, non-corporate owned newsroom of journalists and contributors who approach each destination as reporters do: gathering facts and information to make the trip as enjoyable as possible, while immersing themselves and their companions in the local culture.
We want to share that knowledge with our fellow travelers— including how we go to many of these countries for under $500 roundtrip airfare on major airlines.
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