TripSavvy's Fact-Check Process 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 When our team finds something that’s out-of-date or incorrect, they flag it for our team of editors, who review and update the article accordingly.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. Our Reviewers Jillian Dara Jillian Dara is a freelance journalist and fact-checker. Her work has appeared in Travel + Leisure, USA Today, Michelin Guides, Hemispheres, DuJour, and Forbes. Read more Leila Najafi Travel and lifestyle writer Leila is an L.A.-based luxury travel and lifestyle writer with over five years of experience covering destination guides, hotel reviews, restaurant openings, travel rewards programs, and buying guides. Read more Patrice Williams Patrice J. Williams is a travel and style content creator and fact checker and author of the thrift shopping book Looking Fly on a Dime. Patrice received a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Temple University. Read more Contact Us For questions about our fact-checkers or our fact-checking process, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.