Rio de Janeiro, meaning the River of January, is a place that pretty much has it all. With beautiful warm beaches, vibrant city life and luscious green mountains, there really is something for everyone. Whether you want to just relax on the beach, surf, hike the tropical mountains, dance at a local nightclub, explore the […]
Before I didn’t know much about Morocco before going there. I had read The Alchemist, and heard the name a few times, so I knew it existed, but that was about it. Of course when I found out my Peace Corps assignment had been switched from Mozambique to Morocco, I did some research, but I […]
My wife and I received a notification from Pomelo about cheap flights to Peru. We jumped on it as soon as possible and within an hour we had booked two round trip flights for $500 a piece. We had never seen prices that low. Because we found flights that were about $500 cheaper than we […]
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As the travel world nearly comes to a standstill due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our focus here at Pomelo is changing. We’re not encouraging travel from March until at least the beginning of June, but we do want to remind you that the future will be bright! We won’t stop sending flight deals, and here’s why: the world needs something to look forward to. This moment will pass and the world will begin connecting in new and remarkable ways. I think we’ll wake up at the end of this pandemic with a renewed desire to connect in the physical space. We’ll crave connecting face-to-face with other cultures, and want to re-engage with our travel dreams after long restrictions. We’ll celebrate all aspects of life and culture.