Traveling Abroad and Prepping For Bed Bugs

While much of our site offers enjoyable experiences into unique car free cities. We have decided to post updates from readers and are in house staff regarding international travel.

Do note… not all international travel will have you worried about bed bugs… but our readers have commented on locations they have visited which they found to be a bit cumbersome. So we decided to post our resources from our bed bug professionals.

Many little towns have hotels which allows all sorts of people around the globe stay there. Many of these little towns don’t have the technology to battle these pests. This is where we see many of our United States and United Kingdom citizens complain about getting bed bugs from their international trips. These bed bugs can be avoided using bed bug solutions. And since Car Free City is all about environment and going green, I am happy to share a unique non-pesticide solution called bed bug bully. While most other bed bug products will contain harsh fumes and pesticides, we have found bed bug bully to be an excellent alternative to getting rid of bed bugs and keeping them away.

Guides On Bed Bugs

So when traveling to any city, whether it’s a car free city or a large city like New York. You will want to understand what bed bugs look like. These critters will feed of your blood and hide in hotels and your luggage. A great site to see exactly what bed bugs look like is a site called “how do bed bugs look“. There are wonderful images and guides on identifying these bed bugs so you are not confused with some other insect.

Currently, in the United States New York is fighting a major bed bug problem. This goes to show that not only are bed bugs in little towns, but more present in large cities like New York. So if you staying in a hotel in New York, visit the bed bugs in New York travel site to check the hotels that have reports of bed bugs.

Exterminating Bed Bugs

If you are already familiar with what bed bugs look like, then you may be interested in hiring a professional to get rid of them. These professionals can be expensive, but worth it depending on the extent of the damage.

Many of our readers were curious on the cost of getting rid of a bed bug infestation in their home or hotel. We have found two great resources, check our how much a average bed bug exterminator costs.

If you are looking for a more hands on approach then you will want to know the steps and procedures of  a bed bug exterminator. The site is comprised from professionals in the industry to help show you how to get rid of bed bugs yourself. The same procedures a pest expert would follow are given to you on the website with PDF guides for you to download and review. These are fully explained in the exterminator for bed bugs website.

Feel free to comment any bed bug events you came across while visiting any car free cities or traveling abroad. The collaboration will help our readers to avoid any hotels that may have bed bugs. We appreciate the comments…


  1. Gary

    I have ran into bed bugs on my travels. I am from UK and stayed in New York at a very nice hotel, 5 stars mate. Regardless of the stars, they had bed bugs. They attached to my suitcase and I found them in my home a day after getting back to my flat. It has been a nightmare, but I did find a nice guide to help me exterminate the problem at how to eliminate bed bugs.

  2. Henry Fuller

    I had bed bugs from traveling abroad. My family and I were caught off guard as we didn’t really feel anything at the hotels. But once we got home we were infested with them. It’s hard to tell where we got them for sure, but we used Bed Bug Bully and was a great solution. In a week we were bed bug free. I found the product at there bed bug bully help site where you can get pdf’s, videos and other great help from the company.

  3. Pingback: Car Free Cities May Be Infested With Bed Bugs « bedbugsniche
  4. Jess

    I have seen bed bugs in Morocco when I stayed with my husband. We did an international trip and visited the car free city. Unfortunately one of the hotels we stayed at was infested with these pests and ruined are entire trip. It appeared we brought them home with us but have now taken the steps to hire a bed bug exterminator.

Post a comment

You may use the following HTML:
<a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>

Anti-Spam Quiz: