The Best Drones for Travel Featured

The ultimate traveler’s companion, find out how you can be part of the movement.

by Veronica Estudillo Velasco 19 July 2017

Drones are the new must-have travel accessory for travelers. They have become smaller, more powerful and can produce better-looking footage than ever before. Yet, buying a drone for travel can be doubting. You need to think about space and function, a discrete but powerful drone is the perfect option. Here are LUXOS’ favorite drones for travel.

Yuneec Breeze 4K


If you are new to drone flying, this drone is perfect for you. The Yuneec Breeze is a powerful drone that shoots breathtaking 4K Ultra High Definition video. Use your iPhone as a controller and watch as the drone follows you or flies away from you and then comes zooming back. The perfect companion for the nervous flier. Crashing a drone can instantly grind your high-flying party to a halt. Luckily, the Yuneec has many replacement parts available, so you won’t be too heartbroken if something goes wrong on your second flight.

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DJI Mavic Pro


This is the perfect drone to take with you on the road. With foldable legs, pristine 4K video, obstacle-avoiding sensors and automatic flight modes, this drone is a game-changer for both amateur and pro filmmakers. You can control this drone with either your iPhone or a controller. This model is ideal for those who have experience flying a drone and are ready to make an investment into upping their game.

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DJI Spark

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This tiny drone raises the bar for the entire industry. You can launch it straight from the palm of your hand and control it with your hand or phone. An optional controller lets you flight it 1.24 miles away from you at 31 miles per hour. The DJI Spark also shoots HD video with a 12 megapixel camera, making it a powerful machine for both amateur and pro filmmakers.

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Drone simulator


It’s important to know that drones are not easy to fly. It takes a lot of practice to become competent. If you’re worried about crashing your drone, you can practice on a simulator before you buy one. Drone simulators are perfect for improving your skills; they offer features like a variety of locations to practice and multiplayer action. One great option for a drone simulator is The Drone Racing League, a simulator that offers an online multiplayer mode, letting you compete with other pilots. While flying a drone is a difficult skill to master, practice makes perfect.


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