What It Is
TripSavvy’s fact-check team is made up of travel editors and industry experts who ensure our content is accurate and comprehensive. When you see the fact-check badge on one of our articles, you can be assured that our team has independently verified the content within—whether that be the price of a margarita at a San Diego taco joint or the hours of the Louvre. We strive to be the most trusted source in travel and our fact-checkers are indispensable in that mission.
What We Check
Our fact-checkers have been carefully selected for their extensive experience in the editorial and travel industries. Each fact-checker reviews sections of our library of content to make sure articles are factually accurate and reflect the most up-to-date information. When our team finds something that’s out-of-date or incorrect, they flag it for our team of editors, who review and update the article accordingly. Look for a “Fact-Checked by” note at the top of an article, after the author’s name. That’s how you’ll know that what you’re reading has been fact-checked by our team of experts.
Patrice J. Williams is a travel and style content creator and fact checker and author of thrift shopping book "Looking Fly on a Dime."
For questions about our fact-checkers or our fact-checking process, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.